7 March 2019 | lor_
Devinn Lane should have stuck to her day job as leading Wicked contract star, rather than dabble in this useless attempt to cash-in on the craze of fancy cars accompanied by sexy women.
With a pointlessly complex flashback structure courtesy of the femme auteur, it depicts a cornball rivalry to win a beauty contest price of $10,000 offered by the guy who puts on custom auto shows, geared to the Latino community. Casting Nick Manning (frequently dropping his f*cking loads) as a creep named Chuko is typical of Devinn's failure to aid in Hollywood's long-overdue diversity cause.
Shy Love and Jennifer Luv are the two Latina maids working their way through college who become foes since there can only be one winner. Casting of the love generation extends to Olivia O'Lovely, always a pleaure to gaze at.
It' a quickie released in 2004 but bearing a 75 minute running time (and only 4 sex scenes) typical of a decade earlier. In the BTS Devinn promises nifty cars but few if any made it into the sex-centric final cut.