Cast: Natasha Nice, Zoe Voss, Alyssa Branch, Ash Hollywood
Director: Eddie Powell
Studio: New Sensations Romance Series
Jack is a relationship advice columnist with relationship issues of his own. While he’s able to help readers through their relationship problems with genuinely helpful suggestions, he seems incapable of maintaining a relationship. That’s possibly because he’s still in love Abby, his roommate and former fiancé.
When Abby finally meets a nice guy, Jack does the honorable thing and moves out to allow Abby room to grow in her new relationship – proving to Abby that Jack is the guy for her. Yeah, it’s a chick flick. And chick flicks are something that men in relationships are occasionally are forced to watch against their will (we’d much prefer a movie with more explosions than dialogue). But “Dear Abby” is a chick flick with sex.
Even if you hate chick flicks, you have to acknowledge that the inclusion of sex makes the ordeal way more tolerable. It also helps that director Eddie Powell did an excellent job with this movie – the picture quality is excellent, the script flows smoothly, and the comedic relief is actually funny. And the sex is hot. Besides, it’s unlikely you’re going to make it all the way to the ending of the movie without at least one sexual escapade in between scenes – something that could lead to you becoming addicted to high-quality couples porn.
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