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Malice In Lalaland
Welcome back Miss Lucifer. In a fantastic sophomore effort from the Belgium-based studio, Sasha Grey stars in a wildly imaginative and distinctly original interpretation of the “Alice in Wonderland” fable. Grey is unstoppable as the title character Malice. You just can’t take your eyes off her as she weaves her way through a sexy dream world that is well-conceived and expertly captured by director Lew Xypher. Surreal storytelling, exceptional art direction and flawless cinematography meet ball-draining sex in this surefire contender for Feature Movie of the Year. The movie provides an instant classic sex scene between Grey and the rising Asian star Styles who plays Chester. It’s the stylish setup that lifts the encounter, not to mention Grey’s hotness in her flirty blue dress. Chester gives the wandering Malice a lift in his classic car, cruises to a desolate motel and drills her with a two-pop finish, but not before an impromptu Polaroid photo shoot. Xypher didn’t skimp on the sex scenes as they come early and often, including the opening, fetish-inspired four-way featuring Andy San Dimas, Chayse Evans, Danny Mountain and Chris Johnson that goes off at a frenetic pace. Styles’ is excellent both performing and acting as Chester. Wearing a large cathead, he works over Sadie West and Juelz Ventura later in the show in what will be remembered as one of the best movies of 2010.
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