Release Date: March 25th (NYC-Quad Cinema),by Regent Releasing.
The Cast: Colton Ford, Blake Harper, Chi Chi La Rue, Tony Mills, Bruce Vilanch.
BASIC PREMISE: A documentary about middle-aged porn-stars Colton Ford and Blake Harper who switch into a music career.
ENTERTAINMENT VALUE: Colton Ford and Blake Harper are both surprisingly charismatic. The interviews with their parents and managers are appropriate and occasionally humorous. The music is pretty good, although the titular song is overplayed. Nonetheless, there is enough personality and an engaging real-life story to hold one's interest.
SPIRITUAL VALUE: The humanization of the porn-stars is rather touching. They express their feelings openly. The shots are all in digital, which heightens the reality of this documentary. It is very wise and unexpected for the director to interview Colton Ford's parents and to hear their reaction to his career.
INSULT TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE: None.
NUMBER OF TIMES I CHECKED MY WATCH: 2
THE BOTTOM LINE: An entertaining and well-shot documentary. The redundant, occasionally annoying music is the only downside, but there is a lot of charisma and personality to spare.
RECOMMENDED WAY TO WATCH: Movie Theater (2nd run)
The "N" Menu