|Released||Dec 01st, 2001|
|Company||Jill Kelly Productions|
|Cast||Monique DeMoan, Inari Vachs, Tawny Roberts, Randy Spears, Vicki, Julian (I), Tabitha Stevens, Asia Carrera, Dee (I), April (I), Julian (II), Charlie (I), Leiha Ha, Shayla LaVeaux, Monica Sweetheart|
Aaron (Julian) invokes Zeus to send him a muse, and Clio (Jill Kelly) is dispatched from Mount Olympus to help him. (No, it's contemporary.) She beds him and next thing you know record company exec Randy Spears wants him to make a record. "You inspire me," Julian tells her. But when another goddess (Asia Carerra) comes by to fetch her back to Olympus, Clio says she wants to stay. Asia says okay, you have a week. The other members of the Olympus Girls' Club decide to check out this mortal lovin' that is making Clio want to stay put instead of going home. There's some amusing fish-out-of-water bits when the other goddesses hit the California beaches and meet their inhabitants, plus an all-comers orgy at a tiki bar and a three-girl go-round at a Hollywood party with a ditzy April. After a heart-to-heart with Carerra, Clio decides to go down and be with Aaron as long as she lives, which won't be all that long now that she's taken up with a mortal. A minute later, Aaron gets hit and killed by a sports car. Fade in on Clio, pregnant, looking at the sea and talking with Carrera about how mortals and goddesses can't couple. But Clio wouldn't have it any other way.
Eye-popping mainstream-quality special effects dazzle the eye and excellent music is a treat for the ear in this overcrowded opus (Shayla LaVeaux, for one, is underused) and the couples-friendly sex and love-conquers-all storyline will make this one turn over like a lathe for your couples customers.