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Not The Bradys Xxx

Not The Bradys Xxx

Released Dec 04th, 2007
Running Time 137 Min.
Director Will Ryder
Company LFP, Inc.
Cast Leah Luv, James Deen, Jasmine Byrne, Aurora Snow, Mike Horner, Tee Reel, Veronique Vega, Kurt Lockwood, Alana Evans, Hillary Scott, Paulina James, Mikey Butders, Lynn LeMay, Benjamin Brat, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating AAAAA



Facing financial woes, Mike and Carol get the family on a budget. The kids take odd jobs to help save their home from bank foreclosure but when Marcia unwittingly applies for a job as a figure model, wild fun and sexual mayhem ensue when she`s about to star in a porn movie! Parody: Not from the makers of the TV show.


Sherwood Schwartz's original 1970s television series "The Brady Bunch" was essentially mindless drivel, but kitschy enough to live on with a huge fan base since its genesis.

Like "Gilligan's Island," Schwartz's other hugely popular hit, "Bunch" inspired lots of pervy conversation among teen boys about which one of the Brady chicks they'd like to plook … or which mother/daughter combo would be best. There were a hell of a lot of Bradys, so the permutations were endless; these conversations could drag on forever.

Producers Scott David and Jeff Mullen seem to have realized the potential in a sex-Bradys remake and have delivered "Not the Bradys XXX."

Like the original sitcom, the plot's pretty light, but we're not talking heavy drama here on the order of Jan Brady actress Eve Plumb's made-for-television movie, Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway.
Besides, you don't watch these one-joke movies for the story or the acting, although care went into the sets (dig that AstroTurf backyard!), costumes and soundtrack.

The real selling point, as in all movies of the adult genre, is the hardcore sex. A fine job was done by all. Especially Hillary Scott as Marcia (Not) Brady and Leah Luv as Cindy (Not) Brady.

Lynn LeMay is also entertaining as Alice the Maid … although she lacks the bull-dyke edginess of original cast member Anne B. Davis. And that might be a good thing.

The men in the cast are all fine, too. It's nice to see Tee Reel cast in a supporting role because, as any fan of the original sitcom can attest, there weren't many Negroes (the term at the time) in BradyLand. Like his name suggests, the brother keeps it real.

In all, a fine, fine effort.


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