22 June 2017 | lor_
Dreadful, barely watchable (at all) all-sexer from Adam & Eve
I look to the venerable Adult company Adam & Eve for quality, but leafing through its catalog the number of outright stinkers is much higher than I ever expected. This vehicle for the untalented Alexis Ford (her contract girl status once upon a time seems inexplicable in retrospect) is a complete waste of time for all concerned, including me.
Hack Jim Malibu, who should have never Peter Principled his way from crew flunky to a director's chair, thought it might be cute to pepper this nonsensical "nurse uniform fetish" exercise with tons of old Something Weird style docu footage and narration, recalling the gentler, innocent time of the '50s when titillation came in the form of suggestive Reefer Madness type campy industrial films. It becomes extremely annoying over the course of 101 tedious minutes.
And that's because he forgot to concoct any story or diversion within the feature, even though one "Nia St. James" claims a writer credit. I've previously watched two A&E collaborations by Malibu & Nia: "Cheerleaders Academy" and "Taboo Tales", and this one is even worse.
Instead of narrative, we get wall-to-wall sex in the form of five unrelated vignettes. Besides Alexis humping and showing off her pre-boob job natural tits, India Summer shows up for a paycheck in order to give some Sapphic attention to cute Emy Reyes, Nurse Charley (Chase) is overbearing with her big bazooms as hes browbeats poor Guy DiSilva in order to deliver some IR content, and prove Guy is a good sport at playing the sub role, and an unknown blonde to me Ria Rose kills time also dominating some porn stud.
It's all about fetish lite, latex, femdom mishandling of males, high heels, fishnet stockings, foot-fetish, you know the drill. Alan Stafford shows up as a doctor, but both he and Alexis seem unable to do the simplest sort of improvising in a scene the director forgot to direct ('don't worry, we can save it in the editing room' mode). Nothing can save this loser from its future in landfill.