|Released||Mar 01st, 2000|
|Company||Playboy Entertainment Group|
|Distribution Company||Universal Music And Video Distribution|
|Cast||Laura Cover, Layla Roberts, Kelly Monaco, Dita Von Teese, Katalina Verdin, Bethany Lorraine, Flower (II), Christi Taylor, Alexandria Karlsen, Rebecca Scott, Jaime Bergman, Deanna Brooks, Vanessa Gleason|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
This is a delightful addition to the Playboy film library. Great for couples, it features not only fabulously beautiful women filmed in exotic sequences, but an extravaganza of some of the most deliciously naughty lingerie imaginable. Women will be delighted with the outfits; after all, can there be a woman anywhere who hasn't fantasized about doing a striptease for her lover, or perhaps for a crowd? The men will love this flick for very obvious reasons.
The premise has Deanna, Layla, Kelly and Christie "hanging out" in skimpy undies and chatting about —what else?— lingerie: What they like, and why, and how they enjoy teasing their boyfriend with sexy outfits. Although there are some distracting cutaways here to what appears to be a large video screen, the girls genuinely enjoy their discussion, and we return to it several times between other segments.
There are five vignettes featuring other Playmates prior to the main theme of "Club Lingerie," in which each of the four girls parade about in extravagantly beautiful little nothings. They include a little g/g caressing and kissing, but although things seem to be warming up in the "Personalized Lingerie" bit (with Newstand Special model Katalina Verdin), the scene concludes without ever getting really hot. Other interesting sequences include a cat burglar who breaks into a mansion, ostensibly to steal jewels, but ditches the jewelry upon the owner's return and sneaks out with the lingerie. The James Bond-style music accompanying this theme is appropriate and adds intensity.
This is a vary well-photographed film, with exquisite costuming, beautiful sets, and of course the gorgeous Playboy Playmates. Lighting and music are also artfully done, complement each scene and aren't intrusive. Vid ends with a bonus Kid Rock video, not counted in the running time. Stock right up front in you couples section.