Tech Quality: AAAA
Graced is a JKP style joint which manages to provide something good for both halves of adventurous couples. It's well-shot and only-somewhat-stupid (so discriminating porn-loving chicks ought to be pleased), but the pistol-hot babes and sometimes nasty action ought to appeal to red-blooded fellas, too. In short, Graced is both hot and classy - well, classy for a porno, anyway.
What little plot Graced has revolves around a houseful of sexy young witches (like TV's Charmed) who use their powers for mainly sexual aims. Tyler Faith's nerdy boyfriend (Erik Everhard) just isn't giving it to her... so the blonde minx pours a bottle of Love Potion Number 69 on the nerd, and he goes from dud to stud in about four seconds. The resulting sex scene is pretty awesome, with the newly sexed-crazed Everhard ravishing Faith five ways to next Sunday like a man possessed - nice work from both performers, and hot enough for a pre-nom for Best Couples Scene at next year's AVN Awards.
This being a porn movie, the potion works a little too well, and Everhard sets out to invade the snatch of any woman that will have him. The witches get together and try to reverse the spell with the help of Aunt Grace, (Jill Kelly in a non-sex role).
Along the way, sexually adventurous couples and solo-dudes whacking off are treated to some of the most prime, grade-A poontang porn has to offer, including beautiful Ashton Moore and Jenna Haze getting all lezzy with a bunch of toys in a scene hot enough to strip the paint off your walls, and Lee Stone and Star E. Night playing out the oldest cliché in the X-rated manual when Stone stops by to deliver a package and is given the kind of tip that real life UPS guys only dream of.
Another scene of note, a smoking, flashback threesome between Summer Storm, Billy Glide and Cheyne Collins. Storm's creamy skin, blonde hair and blue eyes give the impression of a prom queen gone kinky, and the scene simply smokes.
Nice production values and very attractive players combined with an interesting but not-too-obtrusive plot make Graced a winner.