|Released||Aug 24th, 2009|
|Running Time||105 Min.|
|Director||Lee Roy Myers|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Bonus Scenes, Outtakes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen|
|Cast||Amy Ried, Chris Cannon, Erik Everhard, Ashlynn Brooke, Rebeca Linares, Herschel Savage, James Deen, Lisa Ann, Evie Delatosso, Lana Violet, Ralph Long|
|Non-Sex Roles||Mia Lelani, Trisha Rey, Bishop, Paul Woodcrest, Gabriel D'Alessandro, Trey Jordan, Lyon Blackwood, Jeffrey Chain, Bob Knobb|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
Even some top-notch acting by Bishop (as "Trey Jordan"), Ashlynn Brooke (as "Jenny Maroney") and Paul Woodcrest (as "Ken" the page) can't push this blandly-written and at times just plain boring comedy into 4A territory.
Oh, the cast tries hard enough, and one would think that casting Lisa Ann as the Tina Fey character, after her success as Serra Paylin, would be a slam-dunk, but sadly, Lisa's funnier trying to be serious than she is when trying to be funny ... and her character would be central to this parody's ultimate success or failure.
So instead, revel in Bishop's "tour" of the "elegant mansion" furnished with cast-offs from dozens of major stars, Ashlynn's attempts to get good lines from writer "Fred" (Chris Cannon, in first-class makeup), and "Ken's" stand-in Erik Everhard servicing two groupies (Rebeca Linares and Lana Violet) at once.