As the music swells, and Holly Daze's tits swing freely above Tony Montana's chest, the reviewer sits back and thinks, "Ah, newcomers; haven't been in the business long enough to get a tit job." That describes at least a couple of this tape's actresses, but sad to say, the best performance kudos still go to the (slightly) more experienced; in this case, Arcie Miller, especially in her steamy couplings with Sean Michaels.
The thinly contrived plot revolves around the death of Daze's husband, whose videotaped presence lets everyone know how little he thought of their general faithlessness. The deceased plans to remedy that condition, however through his will. Each "heir" will draw a card, and whoever matches him or herself, within 24 hours, with another heir so as to make the best poker hand — this is obviously not five card stud—will gain the fortune. Needless to say, everybody takes a shot at matching up, but how can you beat Miller, Michaels and Penny Lane's threesome? Well worth a glance are Eric Price's office porking of Scarlett La Rue, and La Rue's "business-becomes-pleasure" liaison with Daze. Well worth checking out.