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The Taming Of Julie Simone 2

The Taming Of Julie Simone 2

Released Nov 01st, 2003
Running Time 60
Company B & D Pleasures
Cast Julie Simone, Sir Nik, Spanky
Critical Rating AAA
Genre Specialty



For the B&D section.


Redheaded and statuesque, Julie Simone is a bondage dreamboat. Sir Nik must be creaming his pants to have such a delicious morsel on his hands - and in his ropes. There's some business about a bet between Simone and Nik, carried over from the first tape, but mostly this is about using and abusing Simone's creamy white flesh.

The first scene is the best, with Simone bent over and bound to an ornate wooden chair. Sir Nik's punk bad-boy act is reminiscent of Steve Buscemi, and he occasionally goes right over the top. After a lot of teasing, he launches into Simone's ass with a leather strap, then a cane and then two, beating her cheeks like they were drums.

In the second scene, Simone acts as Sir Nik's assistant, putting "supermasochist" Spanky in standing bondage, hands over head. Sir Nik dismisses Simone and concentrates on Spanky instead, threatening her with a knife and then going after her bare back with a single-tail whip. Finally, he spits alcohol on her back just to watch her squirm from the sting.

For the finale, both Spanky and Simone are bound and prepped for a piercing. Spanky is so passive as to look drugged or comatose; Simone is a bit more lively. Sir Nik adorns them both with eight needles, four in each breast. What goes in must come out, and he ends by painting "loser" on Simone's chest with her own blood as it drips from her (tiny) wounds. The tape ends, though, with Sir Nik himself wrapped in rope and declared the loser, for Julie Simone has endured his torments and emerged triumphant, apparently.

Technically, this tape is an improvement over earlier B & D Pleasure outings. The camera angles are more varied, with plenty of close-ups, and the editing is sharper. In fact, sometimes it's a little too sharp - the rapid-fire cuts should probably go. The music, unfortunately, is overblown and melodramatic, like a horror movie soundtrack from the '30s.

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