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  • Yes, the "complicated" in the title refers to human relationships, but Stormy Daniels' very mainstream approach to Adult romantic content is simple and direct. Absence of any surprises or novelty is the movie's main drawback, probably more effective as a censored-down soft-X pay-cable offering than in its original hardcore DVD format.

    Gracie Glam stars, looking surprisingly a lot more like current star Abella Danger than usual. She has a f*ck buddy in Ryan Driller, but pines to go back home to attend a wedding and see an old flame from school days named Brandon Stevenson as she holds out for "true love".

    Since Brandon turns out to be the anything-but-lovable Small Hands, the obvious conclusion of this star-crossed romance is eminently predictable. Her BFF and unappointed matchmaker Brooke Banner steals he show with a fine performance and inexplicably is given far more riding time in the sack by writer-director Stormy than that afforded to her leading lady Glam.

    In a role that Stormy could easily have filled herself in her prime, Olivia Austin is arrestingly sexy as a swimsuit/lingerie model attending the wedding, while Yhivi as the bride presents her own unique look.

    Several unbilled cameos, including Kylie Ireland as mother of the bride liven things up, but a major character playing a Mr. Nice Guy from Glam's past also gets no credit, because he has no sex scene.