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All models were at least 18 years old at the time of their performance. 18 U.S.C. 2257 Record-Keeping Requirements Compliance Statement.


Released Jul 14th, 2010
Running Time 121 Min.
Director Brad Armstrong
Company Wicked Pictures
DVD Extras Bonus Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast Alektra Blue, Seth Gamble, Mason Moore, Mariah Milano, Francesca Lé, Danny Mountain, Randy Spears, Brad Armstrong, Kris Slater, Briana Blair
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature



Superstar swimsuit model Selina (Alektra Blue) is every man’s fantasy, and Michael (Kris Slater) is no different. When a chance encounter at a calendar signing brings him face-to-face with his “Dreamgirl,” Michael gets a little help from cupid and Selina takes an instant liking to him. Will these two star-crossed lovers prove “love at first sight” is really possible? Or is Selina destined to be nothing more than just his Dreamgirl?


Kris Slater dreams about fucking famous swimsuit model Alektra Blue in the ass. He has posters of her all over his apartment and watches videos of her on the internet. And when he actually goes to meet her at a store signing, he accidently finds her catching a cigarette away from the crowd, and begins an unlikely relationship with the big-titted contract girl.

Some good acting from Blue and Slater makes this premise believable, and fans of Alektra will be happy to know that she gets fucked in three separate scenes, including that opening anal, and gives Slater the blowjob of a lifetime as well. Brad Armstrong, as Blue’s nasty agent, adds some heft to the screenplay, as he tries to bully Slater and keep him away from her.

Other sex scenes include Francesca Lé and Randy Spears in an office (a blackmail subplot), a three-way with Mariah Milano, Briana Blair and Seth Gamble, and pretty, big-titted, tattooed brunette Mason Moore and Armstrong; all decently mounted, but lukewarm in execution.

The production values, as usual with a Brad Armstrong-directed feature, are first rate. Dreamgirl is a good showcase for Alektra Blue and an above-average feature from one of the industry’s best directors.

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