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The Lowlifes

Released Jan 01st, 2004
Director David Stanley
Company Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast Trinity James, Jack Lawrence, Tony Tedeschi, Eric Masterson, Randy Spears, Sal, Rob Rotten, Tyler Wood, Chris Cannon, Chloe Jones, Rachel Rotten
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature

Rating

Synopsis

Definitely for the 18-25 crowd.

Reviews

It's safe to say the most of the characters in this feature are dazed and confused - and possibly some of the actors who play them as well, since the storyline is barely coherent. The lone holdout to this stoner heaven is club owner Randy Spears, who listens to classical music when nobody's looking. But the music biz ain't what it used to be, and Randy's club is closing down, with this vid chronicling the club's last night - maybe. Seems everybody wants him to keep it open, from the three nerds on the couch (Rachel Rotten, Tony Tedeschi, Tyler Wood) to the phenomenally untalented punk band (Eric Masterson, Chris Cannon, Sal) that played the final gig.

To be fair, there are some nice touches, such as when Randy watches the punks punking out on stage, but hears classical tones - we suppose, a message that the music is All One.

Beyond that, the sex has its high points: Two d.p.s - one for Trinity James and one for Olivia O'Lovely (looking well punked out) - and a decent anal doggie courtesy of the Rottens. But since the genre this feature is trying to parody is itself already mostly a joke, the feature ultimately fails on an artistic level.



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