I don't know about you, but I've been a major fan of strong kick-ass women since I was a kid. When I was growing up, Charlie's Angels were my heartthrobs and Farrah Fawcett's poster was hung prominently on my bedroom wall. I am so glad that my friend Will Ryder brought those three sexy heroes' sexual sides to life in Not Charlie's Angels XXX.
Another of my favorite femme fatales was, of course, Wonder Woman. Who could resist Lynda Carter's curvaceous body stuffed into that tiny uniform? Well, to my delight, Tori Black's hot body burst out of that outfit in Mile High Distribution's Wonder Woman XXX: A Hardcore Parody. And, Catwoman, my hero Batman's female side kick, was brought to life so erotically in Nicholas Steele's Katwoman XXX, produced by Blue Bird Films (Katwoman was also one of my Performers of the Week!).
Today, I can hardly wait to see what kick-ass chick Ziva David is going to do on NCIS, or what Kensi Blye's escapades will be on NCIS Los Angeles. (Would somebody please make a porn parody out of NCIS Los Angeles? I would love to see Chanel Preston play Kensi and Lily La Beau play Nell Jones!)
My appreciation of kick-ass female stars goes beyond television programs and cinema and includes computer animated characters...Lara Croft, in particular. Lara, whom critics consider a significant game character, holds six Guinness World records and was ably adapted to a film character by Angelina Jolie (1). Now, thank God, Lara's sexuality bursts free in Tomb Raider XXX: An Exquisite Films Parody, directed by Jordan Septo for Exquisite.
The back cover art describes Lara's adventure as: "The greatest thrill seeker of our lifetime, Lara Croft, is headed on the adventure of her lifetime. With Alister in her ear, she searches for artifacts around the world and battles the sinister of Natla Technologies at every turn, but forever the thrill seeker. This death defying journey is not enough to quench her insatiable quest for excitement, only when she falls into her allies and enemies for torrid encounters can she be satisfied."
True to her animated nature, Lara is a beautiful, intelligent, and athletic archeologist-adventurer (1). In this quest, she's paid a boatload of money by Lee Stone to recover a lost family artifact. Of course, Lara's successful quest leads her around the globe. But, she soon discovers that she's been set up and finds herself in an even larger boatload of trouble. Lara has to scale mountains, rappel down cliffs, engage in hand-to-hand combat, break out of prison, and traverse an inhospitable desert (she falls into a coma from dehydration). All the while, she's supported from afar by her geeky handler, Alister (played by Anthony Rosano). And, to put icing on the cake, her sexily clad body and trademark ponytail always look absolutely smashing!
Lara's journeys bring her into contact with her double-crossing "client" (super stud Lee Stone), a sexy villain (superbly played by Lea Lexis), prison guards Evan Stone and Danny Mountain (who are dispatched by Lara's compatriot Kagney Linn Karter), and a desert harem consisting of Gracie Glam and Dani Daniels. Of course, white-hot sex develops at each encounter. Especially noteworthy are the exploits of Lea Lexis and Derrick Pierce and the all-girl threeway in which Lara rewards harem girls Gracie and Dani for saving her from the burning desert (This scene has "all-girl group scene of the year" written all over it!).
Lara is superbly played by one of the best adult performers in the business today: the incredible Chanel Preston. Director Jordan Septo made an absolutely perfect choice when he cast Chanel as Lara: she handles the physical requirements of the role (mountain climbing, rappeling, hiking, hand-to-hand combat) with aplomb, delivers her lines with mainstream skill, and fucks like her life depends upon it! And, she looks so fucking fine in her barely-covers-the-essentials outfit (her buttocks peek out from her short-shorts delightfully). Chanel, who won my Must-See Girl Award in May 2011, is really becoming the de facto standard for "porn superstar" because she has (and does) it all.