5 January 2018 | lor_
Sexy, inoffensive Adult chick-flick
Devinn Lane steps behind the camera to helm Wicked's "Pillow Talk", not in the familiar Rock Hudson/Doris Day vein of rom-com entertainment but rather a vignette feature set at a girls' pajama party.
Wicked contract star Sydnee Steele gets top billing and is oddly featured strictly in girl/girl lesbian scenes. The five gals trade stories reflecting their love lives, and the only error in Devinn's otherwise smooth scripting and direction is casting some older actresses (e.g. Sydnee) in the roles of college co-eds.
Rebecca Love takes breast in show humping rock star Evan Stone in her flashback sex scene; I was introduced to both of them as a couple in soft-core porn courtesy of Fred Olen Ray, as they made many a silly feature for him co-starring the likes of Voodoo, Nicole Sheridan and strictly soft Beverly Lynne.
Steele gets to hump on separate occasions the lesbian icon Felecia and later fresh cutie Sarah Blake. Keiko, whose girl next door look doesn't match her exotic stage name, has sex with her husband Mickey G. at a swingers' club, where Haley Paige and Jake Spade hump side-by-side with them, while a bevy of uncredited players add soft-core content to this orgy scene (and receive no screen credit).
Alana Evans announces her indulging in anal-sex for her flashback, duly serviced by her mate Kris Slater on a bed covered with rose petals.
Bringing up the rear, so to speak, is blonde Joelean, in flashback having sex with a married man, played by Tommy Gunn in his spiky hair phase early in his career.
Film just ends, with the girls going off to bed, not exactly with a whimper but lacking any finesse or rounding out of the action.