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Destiny Calling

Destiny Calling

Released Oct 01st, 2001
Running Time 87
Director Mike Quasar
Company Metro Distributors
Cast Kelsey, Kaylynn, Brian Surewood, Cherie, Logan LaBrent, Lola (I), Pat Myne
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature



Good filler for the plot-driven section. A must for Lola fans.


Office drone Lola, frustrated by her inability to get a date - and also by the vocal romping of Kaylynn and Pat Myne in the next apartment - finds a way out of her humdrum life through a deus ex machina: a cell phone belonging to a call girl named Destiny.

Using her new identity, she tricks with Joel Lawrence and shoots a vid scene with Logan LaBrent before meeting the real Destiny, who offers Lola a way out of her job and away from her bossbitch Kelsey: Take over the Destiny franchise. Lola vacillates - until Kelsey browbeats her again.

Seven solid, well-shot but mostly passionless sex scenes give value for the buck, but the plot is slow starting and never hits stride until about an hour in. Good work by Lola though.

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