Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Director: Ron Sullivan
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Documentary
Watch your screen sizzle and your speakers blast as the most beautiful women of the hip-hop generation come to you candidly and uncensored! Exotic models of all shades groove to blazing beats and talk about their careers i... more »
Long live the fight against hexachlorophene!
Daniel J. Hamlow | Narita, Japan | 12/14/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In Video Vixens, Clifford Bradley, president of KLITT TV, is on a crusade, a crusade to reintroduce sex to American culture. To this end, he stages his ultimate plan to save Americans from being reduced to "unisex hippies" and "faceless and fruitcakes." He is prepared to resort to staging a patriotic coup by hosting a Stag Films Awards show, even at the cost of his job. He'd rather be a martyr sacrificed after the winning first battle of a long war.In a nod to Dr. Strangelove's General Jack D. Ripper, he claims that America is losing its libido because of a conspiracy in the government, which has introduced a chemical in hand soap, hexachloraphene, which makes soap act in the same way that Graham crackers and corn flakes allegedly do. And whenever he goes off on a crusading speech, a snare drum is heard rat-tat-tatting as if in a war movie. It stands to reason; after all, he is the field marshal of his crusade.His compatriots in this are Rex Borsky, the self-proclaimed king of the stag film genre (read pornos), his luscious, blonde, airhead, Barbie Doll assistant Inga, and a stick-in-the-mud, traditional, uptight movie reviewer disgusted at the sex in contemporary movies, Gordon Gordon, this last being an unwilling ally. He is strong-armed into becoming the MC, with Inga being his co-host.The clips of the award winning shows are in black-and-white, and my favorites are the Dragnet parody, and the scene between Borsky and a very nervous girl who's shy of taking off her clothes and acting in a sex scene. After experiencing simulated sex with Borsky, she has the last word by telling him it's no wonder she's the one who has to the real acting. Ouch!The commercials within the awards show, promoting products of Bradley's sponsors, is a booster to the movie. One of them, for the Passion perfume, is a bit twisted. My favorite involves a feminine hygiene product with a luscious blonde by a swimming pool. It's for Twinkle Watt. this last word is an anagram. Another has to do with merkins, while yet another deals with Kentucky slidod"
Not Worth the Money,Man !!
mauricio c. | memphis,tn usa | 10/21/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This dvd was a total disappointment. I bought this dvd believing that I was going to get uncut music videos with more uncut material with the video chicks one on one, BUT NO!! This dvd has a lot of women whom I have never seen before, a few familiar faces that I have actually seen in music videos. Only three of the women actually get topless in the tease sets and only one got completely nude. But if you admire beautiful women and you enjoy seeing tight hardbody women in bikinis you may like it. There were the obligatory interviews, you know, there education (how many degrees they supposedly have but apparently do not use), there nationality (all 50 origins some of everything, who has time to find that stuff out and DOES IT REALLY MATTER PEOPLE), video appearances (or better yet, T&A appearances), what they look for in a man (which people like me know it is not what they really look for in a man, must of these women end up being baby mamas for R&B singers, because the majority of 'video vixens' really hate rappers, Jay-Z and Snoop Dog excluded) and their future endeavors (which usually ain't much for these women). And there are couple of good songs (FROM UNKNOWN ARTISTS). There's a bonus photo shoot scene in which the two women get nude and that was actually the best part of the dvd, that and one of the trailers. The women get a star and the tracks get a star, and that's it ! Man, I should have waited and paid less for it ($3 would have been reasonable)!"