Heiress Lisa Carson, girlfriend to Bruce Wayne, is kidnapped by the Riddler. A call on the bat-phone summons Batman and Robin to police headquarters. A flick of the switch hidden in a bust ... See full summary »
Axel Braun apparently never got the memo, that Adult porn-parodies are deader than a doornail. So we have this poorly done, cheapjack takeoff on the mainstream movie issued by Wicked Pictures to a deafening silence out there in video land.
It has the usual phony 2-DVD release to try and impress fans, but the second DVD has merely trailers, recycled "Bonus" scenes from other Wicked features, and a paltry 5-minute Behind the Scenes run-through. Embarrassing.
Kleio Valentien is impressive in the main role of Harley Quinn, hamming it up entertainingly, but that's the be all and end all of the picture. The rest of the show is consistently poor, from the boring plot, lousy dialog, chintzy sets, meager Green Screen action and crummy special effects.
Negative icing on the cake is Tommy Pistol as the Joker, using his stupid voice heard so many times before in "goofy" roles -he's irritating as always. A newcomer named Owen Gray (we see his audition in that BTS too) is poor as the Riddler, bringing basically a big dick to the party and little else, and the femme supporting cast extremely weak: Riley Steele 2.0 offering none of the youthfufl charm she displayed back in her DIgital Playground contract girl days, and Anna Bell Peaks largely kept under wraps (no squirting and even her trademark tattoos largely hidden from sight). Katy Kiss as Poison Ivy is underwhelming to say the least, while Nyomi Banxxx inexplicably is stuck with a NonSex role reciting tons of turgid dialog.
Asa Akira, in one of her least interesting assignments for Wicked Pictures, hides behind her mask for the duration.
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