24 January 2019 | lor_
Stupid and sloppy attempt at satire
Jonathan Morgan strikes out with this lame Wicked Pictures comedy poking fun at two easy targets: beauty pageants and the porn industry. Instead of the cleverness and great comic timing of his 1990s triumphs, we get overacting and condescending smugness.
Lisa Ann stars as the coordinator of the 100th anniversary Spuds Buds Booty Pageant held in Spudsville, Idaho, and she projects a poor Sarah Palin folksy "you betcha" accent in trying for some laughs. She is flanked in NonSex interview footage by uncredited Alana Evans and Kiki Daire in a lame attempt to link together the show's sex vignettes.
The contestants having sex makes up the XXX content, as well as Lisa Ann seducing a judge played by Richie Calhoun in order to win favor for her contestant daughter, played by Krissy Lynn. Richie turns out to be a pervert who has been secretly taping all the girls, and ends up in jail with homosexual cellmate, one of many uncredited cameos -this one played by Dick Chibbles.
Credits are sloppy and so is the final release version from Wicked. Voodoo is credited in both opening and end credits but does not appear, and one of the contestants, Allie Haze as a dominatrix named Kimberly Carson, is lost in the shuffle, with instead a flashback from two years back of her in a different role as Tiffany Smith having sex on stage during a talent competition, with the stud apparently (I couldn't make a positive ID) being James Deen.
Because the BTS short subject features Allie posing for stills in her corset and fetish gear rather than the outfit she wore in the flashback scene, we can infer that her sex scene as dominatrix with Voodoo was dropped for some reason, and a pick-up shoot added the flashback porn scene. None of this tinkering is reflected in the incorrect screen credits.
Remy LaCroix plays a contestant who wants to become a porn star, and we see director Morgan in an uncredited cameo directing her in a stupid porn flick, in which she humps the pizzan boy played by Kris Slater. Morgan also throws in a mock Adult Industry awards ceremony with James Bartholet in a crummy wig as presenter and winner Remy doing a silly acceptance speech making fun of Sally Field.
Apparently Wicked Pictures brass thinks Morgan can do no wrong, as he's still on the payroll delivering generally inferior features like this one, long after his creativity has sailed.