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Until There Was You

Until There Was You

Released Aug 18th, 2010
Running Time 165 Min.
Director Jonathan Morgan
Company Wicked Pictures
DVD Extras Bonus Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast Anthony Rosano, Sunny Lane, Kris Slater, Dane Cross, Priya Rai, Kirsten Price, Johnny Castle, Marie McCray, Capri Anderson
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Comedy



Cindy (Kirsten Price) and Steven (Kris Slater) have finally taken their relationship to the next level: moving in together. As the happy couple unpacks their belongings, Cindy stumbles across her diary. As she skims the pages of her past, the playful and sexy Cindy relives some funny, sexy and downright dirty things she’s experienced. But none are as important as meeting Steven. As Cindy continues her walk down memory lane she realizes how incredibly lucky she is, how happy he makes her and how empty her life was…Until There Was You.


AVN Award-winning director Jonathan Morgan hasn’t lost his touch when it comes to creating couples-friendly fare with a dash of humor. This time out, he has Kirsten Price and Kris Slater as a couple who have decided to live together. In the middle of unpacking boxes, Price comes across an old diary, and flashes back to quirky times with her former roommate Jennifer (played by Sunny Lane) and encounters with a few former flames.

One of the better vignettes has Price walking in on a former boyfriend (Anthony Rosano) and another woman (Marie McCray), but not before they share a few mind-blowing orgasms between them.

Another standout scene comes courtesy of Dane Cross (one of the best swordsmen in the business these days) and Sunny, who decides to forget about the latest man who dumped her by fucking Cross in as many positions as possible in the kitchen.

And if the scenes in the movie aren’t enough, there is an added bonus scene between Price and Tony DeSergio from Trash Talk.

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