15 September 2017 | lor_
Worthless filler from a great director
Clearly near the bottom of James Avalon's otherwise illustrious filmography, "Hello Nurse" for Adam & Eve displays none of the talent that made him a clear Hall of Fame candidate. It's typical of the poor releases Adam & Eve scheduled during its fallow period a decade ago.
My choice for the label's lowliest contract girl, Ava Rose, stars in two of the five vignettes, dressed in red & white fetish garb as a Red Cross styled nurse. The improvised dialog is p*ss-poor, and casting is less than impressive.
Case in point has a young Lexi Belle looking fine, even sporting red underwear, but unlike the no-nothing who previously posted IMDb credits for the feature, she does not play a nurse but clearly is a prostitute, hired to service irritable Alex Gonz (he complains that she's late) and dressed up in a nurse's costume direct from Ricky's at Halloween time. Her segment is titled "House Call-Girl", duh.
"Extracting a Sample" is a sloppy vignette starring Alexis Silver as a nurse who gives patient Chris Cannon a hand-job and then a blow-job (as well as extraneous intercourse), just to elicit a cum shot. The spunk is in her mouth and she spits it into a beaker as his "sample", hardly a competent way of doing it.
"Nurse Aid" consists of lesbian sex, in which Ava fondles guest star Kelly Kline. Kline sits alone masturbating when voyeur Marcus London joins in to hump Ava. Much ado about nothing.
"Angel of Mercy" is the only ambitious scene, in which Derrick Pierce fantasizes Annette Schwarz coming to him with wings on in a nurse outfit, to service him, and provide her anal sex specialty. The XXX content is stage entirely in whiteout, an odd but arresting technique.