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No Fly Zone

No Fly Zone

Released Oct 01st, 1993
Running Time 80
Director Frank Marino
Company Legend Video
Critical Rating AAA
Genre Feature



No Fly Zone is a cute title for an all-girl feature. But, by being cute, No Fly Zone does what most all-girl features do. It fails to move into the kill zone. Some toys, some assholes, but no toys up assholes. A swell-looking video but a little static in the holding pattern.

Sydney St. James heads up an attractive distaff cast in a story about an all-girl platoon which Sydney's whipping into fighting shape because the Iraqis have developed a chemical that takes the starch out of men. They must know my dry cleaner, St. James, with the help of P.J. Sparxx, barks orders at recruits Alicia Rio, Micki Lynn, Angel Bust and an unfortunate pizza delivery girl, Melanie Moore, who happens to walk in on the wrong barracks at the wrong time – and get this, one that features a gazebo and a swimming pool.

P.J. and Angel participate outdoors in the show's finest hour – a wet T-shirt hosedown that prompts a mutual chowdown using the yoke of a huge tree as if it were stirrups in a gynecologist's office. Nice touch. The scene's opener has the makings of a heroic threesome but falters slightly in execution for lack of "esprity de corpse". St. James is the lynch pin in the pube-to-pube dildo linkup between Moore and Lynn that could have been great, but is off target just two clicks of being really nasty.

Lynn shares a 69'er with Alicia Rio and Alicia topside, and another outdoor scene describes a pedantic tonguing involving Moore, Rio and P.J. Angel Bust as discovered to be an undercover spy, of all things , who's investigating St. James' tactics. The fact that said discovery prompts Angel's rooted finger in Sydney's glistening twat only goes to show that, accorded such logic, we remain militarily one-up on the Mideast in spite of ourselves. Thematically, the boxcover featuring P.J. and Mickey Lynn reminds you of those for Flying High and Bush Pilots, so you might want to take advantage of the similar themes and market those title accordingly.

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