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Rating

Synopsis

Crossover potential as one of the best sex comedies this year.

Reviews

Vivid introduces their twin contract girls, Lyndsey and Lacey Love, in a breezy, funny, surprisingly acute satire on celebrity culture, scripted by David Stanley. He and director Paul Thomas, liberated from their compulsion to be profound, relax and have a good time, and the movie sparkles.

It's presented as a TV documentary: The True Valley Story - from the V! Channel. The twins play the totally clueless Wilson Sisters, seemingly modeled on the Simpson girls. Their bitter rival for media attention is rich bitch heiress London Baxter (now who could that be?).

Evan Stone has a ball as their sleazy agent, who is putting together a reality series - "Cannibal Audition Island." The comedy is very broad, and everybody plays it to the hilt, especially Nicki Hunter, who is not only hot (no surprise) but hilarious (who knew?) as a pushy talent manager.

The Love girls are fine looking young women - and petite. In one scene, the giant Rick Patrick stands on a coffee table, and the girls just reach his crotch for a standing double blowjob.

The only drawback is it's all too short. We have to wait six months for the sequel, "Two Hot for TV." Darn!

Pre-noms: Best Sex Comedy. Best Director - Film. Best Screenplay - Film. Supporting Actress - Film: Nicki Hunter. Supporting Actor - Film: Evan Stone.



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