Fatal Seduction by Sweet Sinner - review by Ansley

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Be Careful What You Wish For

It's not the best, but it's certainly not the worst porno I've ever seen. I enjoyed how nothing was contrived and I did want to move things to the bedroom once I overlooked the casting choice. It's a little over 2 hours long with 4 distinct sex scenes and is mostly hetero with no anal scenes, spitting or ass to mouth so in regards to that it's almost worth watching regardless of how long or repetitive it may seem at times.
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Pros:
An Actual Plot, Decent Chemistry, Okay Dialogue
Cons:
4 Scenes that last 20+ minutes.
Rating by reviewer:
3
useful review
Watching this film reminded me of the days when someone would bring up how comical pornography was at the time and how the actors and actresses didn't represent real people and real sex and how we couldn't wait until someone used real people and real sex to tell a story. As someone else mentioned in another review, Evan Stone does not look like a porn star. He isn't overly buff or tan and he doesn't treat women like absolute shit when he talks to them or gives direction. Amy Fisher, the star of our show, looks like a woman any man could be married to at the end of the day.

Evan Stone is married to Katsuni and while she's away on business, he just about puts Amy Fisher through the mattress. She immediately starts stalking him. You know the story: he blows her off and she thinks of another avenue to get in and Amy Fisher certainly knows that part very, very well. She's persistent, and willing to do everything it takes to get him to make her a regular fixture of his life. She becomes resentful that he used her and had the balls to admit it to her. In typical psychopathic fashion, she pulls a divide and conquer maneuver with surprisingly anti-climatic results.

The sex is mostly hetero with one girl-on-girl scene between Amy Fisher and Katsuni. I thought the girl-on-girl scene was very long and Amy Fisher took the lead the majority of the time. She was very vocal about her desires, often switching between oral and kissing every thirty seconds or so.

The sets are in believable environments such as well-decorated homes and offices. Everyone is dressed appropriately instead of in something that screams they crawled off the pages of a porn magazine. The first couple of dialogue scenes in the beginning are kind of stiff, but the actors and actresses seem to become more comfortable with each other later on in the film.

My overall opinion is that it's one of the better films I've seen, but I'm still not thrilled with Amy Fisher as a person in general and that has a bearing on how I feel about it in general. I can't help but wonder what was going through the minds of James Deen and Evan Stone as they were getting head by an attempted murderess.
Follow-up commentary
Try as I have, I still can't get into this movie at all. I just don't like anything about it and it seems like with each viewing Katsuni's adorable accent is even harder to understand. And blah on Amy Fisher. Just blah.
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    Thanks for the review
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