|Released||Jan 01st, 1992|
|Cast||Danielle Rogers, Cal Jammer, John Stagliano, Melanie Moore, Tom Elliott, Alicyn Sterling, Kym Wilde, Randy Spears, Lauren Brice, Angela Summers, Stacy Nichols, Jon Dough, Woody Long, Flame|
Don't be fooled by this rating: At least half an A has been given for some ingenious scripting, Which leaves the viewer with a couple of quotable lines and the feeling that if the sex were as good as the dialogue, this tape would be a real winner.
Unfortunately, that's not the case, though isolated parts of the action are well worth watch. Take the Garden of Eden scene, with Adam (Woody Long) and Eve (Angela Summers). Though a bit short, Summers shines as the original Original Sin girl, and Long is a properly dense Adam entrapped by Summers' sexuality.
Thereason for the scene is that The CEO (director Damiano) and Old Nick (Randy Spears) have decided to revamp mankind, doing away with the old Ten Commandments and coming up with a new set. Spears is given the job of thinking them up, but his contribution boils down to "Thou shalt not feel bad about feeling good." (The CEO's best line: "If I didn't like pussy, I could have made it taste like Brussel sprouts.")
Along the way, Nick's girlfriend Cleo (Alicyn Sterling) sucks him off and orgies with Marc Antony (Buck Adams), and under the New Way, a guy's wife pays for her husband (Jon Dough) to hire a hooker (Stacy Nichols). Just about everybody else mentioned in the cast list can be found is a ten-minute orgy scene, apparently thrown in simply for box-credit value. Check this out for its "spiritual value"; its sex leaves a bit to be desired.