December 26, 2010

Review: Lolita

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Lupe Fuentes as Lolita

Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta. She was Lo, plain Lo, in the morning, standing four feet ten in one sock. She was Lola in slacks. She was Dolly at school. She was Dolores on the dotted line. But in my arms she was always Lolita.

So begins Vladimir Nabokov’s classic study of the brutal tyranny of obsession between the narrator Humbert Humbert and the 12-year-old nymphet. But this is no parody of the controversial work. Nor is there even a nod to the original beyond, perhaps, some pop culture references and those infamous heart-shaped glasses.

Given the theme of the novel, this is not a bad thing. As the porn unfolds into a series of little music videos between six and 15 minutes in length, you get a sense of Lolita — a character who until now has been largely presented through her captor’s words and actions. A theme of youthful exploration — including that of desire and power and the power of desire — underline every scene.

Lupe Fuentes, who stars as Lolita in this, her first Wicked film as a contract girl, is our Lo, four-foot-some in her socks, tutus and pigtails. She has presence, and like the nymphet she personifies, seems completely unaware of the effect of her giggly delight as she stares into the camera.

The film includes seven scenes and one deleted scene in the extras. The first scene is Lupe Fuentes at a tattoo shop, scoring a tat from Spyder Jonez in exchange for a blowjob that culminates in a pop shot to her glasses. The second scene features Alexa Nicole and Brad Armstrong (who also directed the film) at the movies where a routine inspection of the nearly-empty theater results in a heavy reverse cowgirl session. The third scene features Fuentes and Madison Ivy as dolls, and Spyder Jonez as their wicked master who brings them to life only to decimate them.

Lupe Fuentes, Madison Ivy and Spider Jonez

Fuentes gets herself off in the next scene, where she is manning a rather unsuccessful lemonade booth. In the fifth scene, Fuentes plays a naughty cupid who gets Breanne Benson and Tommy Gunn hot and bothered for a bit of oral and vaginal sex. The next scene is a girl-on-girl between Fuentes and Kaylani Lei set against a pink set with carousel horses.

The last scene — and Fuentes’ favorite — is the last, where she and Sienna Milano blow Seth Gamble and Spyder Jonez, who are dressed in animal costumes.

“One is a bunny and the other one is a tiger and it’s super funny because they’re big stuffed animals and you are sucking their cocks and everything,” Fuentes told XFanz. “It’s super cool.”

There is a deleted scene with Cassandra Cruz and Randy Spears involving a hot dog stand, but we’ve told you more than enough.

This video is worth every dollar just based on the dolls scene. Wicked needs to seriously consider bringing Armstrong aboard to explore that idea further, perhaps even develop a parody based on a combination of Tim Burton films. Two things with that: don’t be afraid to stick to black and white and promise us Lupe Fuentes, Madison Ivy and Spyder Jones will be in it.


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