|Released||Apr 01st, 2007|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
This ninetieth Real Adventures from DreamGirls is all over the place. From the sun-drenched Nudes-A-Poppin? pageant to the streets of Mardi Gras and bars in between, the two-hour party is alive and kickin?.
Of the 24 included scenes (the cover shorts itself by three), only a handful take place behind closed doors; and, while you've probably seen the majority of the DVD's stylings before, there are a few highlights worth mentioning.
Most notably, there's a body-paint session where a street-artist airbrushes clothes onto buck-naked babes. An entire production so devoted would be well worth owning for its intrigue alone. Indeed, it's like watching Bob Ross, only with sexier canvases. Also, there are a couple of butt-bouncing shake-offs and some outdoor shoots with a "highschooler" named Megan.
Technically, the hand-held quality you know and love (or hate) remains. Also as usual, there are no real extras, and sound is inconsistent throughout.
All in all, there's no new ground for the series to cover; but fans continue to buy every time.
Retailing: It's just another one, folks.