I feel embarrassed for Julia Ann. After an auspicious film debut in Hidden Obbsessions, she now finds her classy self miscast as a lady-Clouseau in this lame video "comedy", where the jokes are telegraphed by Western Union and the physical gags are orchestrated with the subtle touch of an wild hog stampede. Julia goes deep undercover as a hooker to find the blackmailing snake under Sunset Thomas' rock, so to speak, but unless you give the out-of synch dialogue points for unintentional laughs, the count is zero humor, and four for six, erotic scenes.
In a delicious tease sequence Julia Ann gyrates her glamorous gams and sways her provocatively pendulous breasts for Aaron Colt, stuffing her panties in her mouth while he eats her to ecstasy. A girl/girl bathroom number with Sunset is also quite tasty. For the right price, Julia's associate Marc Wallice offers Brittany O'Connell a partnership in the "firm"; and firm it is when he plows her trim little red quim in a reverse cowgirl and facial explosion. "Eat and be eaten" could be Zach Thomas' motto as he snacks on a chocolate 'n' whipped cream human sundae (Laurie Cameron) while Sunset hoovers him from below the kitchen table. Both ladies spread their cock-craving cracks for an acute degree of anal penetration; a hot scene marred slightly by offscreen rumbling that sounds like the reconstruction of the 405-10 interchange.
Pink Ladies is about as original as a banana peel pratfall, but mainstay fans of Julia, Sunset and Brittany will certainly want a look.
Also with Maggie May, Christina Clark, and Gerry Pike.