Here we have the hot sequel to Torchlight’s classic 2005 release Legal Seduction, featuring Holly Hollywood and Amber Michaels reprising their roles from — oh wait, it’s not? You mean this stars completely different people in a completely different plot? And not only that but it dates from 2003, two years prior to the movie it’s supposed to be a sequel of, when it was originally released under the name Wives at Play? Huh?
In their haste to get this thing out the door to take your hard-earned video dollars, Torchlight even forgot to change the name of the movie in the closing credits. Oops. So if you’re a long time Torchlighter, buyer beware — you’ve seen all this before. If you haven’t seen it before, then you’re in luck, because it’s actually pretty hot.
Wives at Play is a better name anyway because the plot involves a wife named Judy (Shauna Banks) who bets her husband (Jay Steele) that she can learn how to play golf in a week. They shake on that bet, which involves sex, and then proceed to actually have sex, which kinda nullifies the bet, but I’m not complaining. There’s some nice pussy rubbing here, which just barely keeps to this side of explicit. In fact, that applies to the whole movie, though there are some obvious edits here and there that kill the mood a bit.
Judy’s friend Carol (Mandi Peader Collins) comes over and promises to teach her how to play, but her teaching methods seem to involve going to bed with her student, accompanied by a putter. Maybe I’m disgusting but I was rooting for the putter to get some action. Mandi Peader Collins appears to be a softcore-only girl with nice breasts and a great figure who should’ve showed up in more movies other than this one. What happened? In a later scene, she’s pretty lucious in her pigtails, bent over the kitchen counter, getting some from a fellow who’s bright red sunburn looks terribly painful. Mmm, kitchen counter action… anyone remember Hotel Exotica?
The hot scenes continue when Pantera shows up to have a wank in a golf cart. I can’t tell you how thankful I am that Pantera refers to a petite and mostly shaved European brunette, and not the hirsute metal band of the same name.
There are some good scenes here. But Torchlight’s infamous random title generator gets docked a star or two for deception. Too bad Torchlight doesn’t care about you enough to treat their movies like something worth watching. Just slap a random new name on a random old movie? Bad form, Torchlight. Bad form.