Cast: Sarah Vandella, Anthony Rosano, Kristina Rose, Mick Blue, Lisa Ann, James Deen, Charlotte Vale, Kyle Stone, Hooks, Arnold Schwartzenpecker, Johnny Fender, Charley Chase
Length: 143:50 minutes
Date of Production: 6/28/2009
Extras: The best extra was the 8:07 minute long Behind the Scenes feature that showed a lot of enthusiasm and energy on the sets of the movie. There were also some trailers, a photogallery, a pop shot recap, and some spam for those that care.
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Audio/Video Quality: She's The Boss was presented in a crisp 1.78:1 ratio widescreen color as released by director William H. Nutsack for Elegant Angel using the standard definition MPEG-2 codec with 480 resolution. The camera work was solid with plentiful lighting to eliminate grain, video noise and shadows and the picture appeared to be crisp this time. Nutsack has proven to be a devious genius in terms of catering to what his fans want, expanding upon themes and capturing them in really clear fashion. I saw no compression artifacts (the SD version largely falling around the 4.6 Mbps video bitrate; modest enough for an HD-shot flick but better than many on the market these days, and the composition of the camera angles strongly favored the female performers as most of her work these days tends to do. There was no true upgrade on the aural qualities of the high definition version but I did find the additional texture, detail, and brilliance to add to the appeal of the show, perhaps not the very best looking title from the company I've seen but certainly better than most of the competition that center their efforts on special effects and visual craftsmanship over straightforward picture quality like Elegant Angel provides. The 2.0 Dolby Digital English track was pretty basic with little separation or dynamic range yet I could hear the cast well enough in most cases. For those keeping track, the audio was offered in a 192 Kbps offering with a 48 kHz sampling rate, plenty of room considering how little took place on it but leaving room for future efforts too. There was also a funny song for those of you that appreciate William's musical talents.
Body of Review: Elegant Angel has been the premiere gonzo company for many folks the past few years, eschewing gimmicks and focusing largely on the basics that porn fans want. Their latest title coming my way was She's The Boss and seeing it was helmed by William H. Nutsack, I had no doubt this latest in the company's occupational series would impress given the cast. The ladies included Lisa Ann, Kristina Rose, Sarah Vandella, Charley Chase, and Charlotte Vale, each of them adding something special to the mix without the need to stick to a strict formula. With a few immediately notable pairings and the production favored by some of my associates already, I knew that this would be a knuckle buster of a stroke flick. Here's a brief look at the scenes by cast and action, noting that no condoms were used for those still interested:
Scene One: Sarah Vandella, a fetching blond with nice curves described by an industry insider as a "firecracker", was up first as she interviewed moper Anthony Rosano for a job while in her office. It went well and her last criteria to seal the deal with a squeal revolved around his pecker. Her loose blouse gave him a glimpse of her tits and her tight business attire was pulled up to reveal her pussy, his cock enough for her as they both got undressed. He kissed her ass but her oral was far more in-depth and complete, her aggressive hummer a solid selling point before she showed her vaginal penetration to be just as rewarding. There was then some intermittent oral by both of them between vaginal positions, the heat generated between them making up for the lack of personal chemistry in most ways. He was covered in sweat and she liked when he became rougher with her (including spanking her ass), the guy rubbing out a wad of genetic juice to her mouth to secure his new job.
Scene Two: Kristina Rose, a short brunette with a great sexual aptitude, was up next as a firm but fair boss, calling Mick Blue into her office to discuss his weakening performance. She fired him and then consoled him later in his office, slowly taking off her clothing to reveal some heated lingerie waiting to be torn off by the studly Mick. She gave him a sweet and passionate blowjob that led to a powerful pounding of her pussy, Mick getting rough by slapping and choking her as he took charge of the scene. The chemistry between them elevated the scene with the role playing portions good enough to escalate the replay value as well. Fans of hairy bush will appreciate how much hair she had and those into active rides by dirty talking tramps will find this a great stroke-fest to get off with. There was no anal but he jerked out a goodly sum of population pudding to her kisser, Kristina savoring the semen a whole lot before the scene closed up.
Scene Three: Lisa Ann, the babe featured on the front cover, was up next with James Deen, this particular pairing happening a lot of late given the way they work so well together. Lisa once more plays the strict boss, pissed off with James' incompetence and ready to take him to task for screwing up. As expected, she demanded he make it up to her sexually, her big breasts barely held in by her satin purple top and bra, James snacking on her box as she jerked him off. She sat on his face and otherwise appreciated the moment, James earning his way back up the corporate ladder by means of his talented tongue. He was then invited into her pussy where both of them actively bumped uglies in various positions with some occasional oral by both of them to spice things up. The scene finished up with him jerking off to her mouth, Lisa savoring the salty taste of semen as she sent him back to his office.
Scene Four: Charlotte Vale, a sexy brunette that looked more like Sascha Grey than ever before, was up next in a blowbang where she rewarded her warehouse crew in a blowbang in order to bribe them to keep working to finish up a large order. The mopes were Kyle Stone, Johnny Fender, Arnold Schwartzenpecker, and Hooks, the men feeling her up before she dropped to her knees to slob their respective knobs. There was some titty play and minor eating her out but most of it was dedicated to Charlotte inhaling their cocks and jerking them off to completion in various stages of undress. The men finished up be leaving their seed all over her mouth and face, her glasses taking the brunt of it from what I could tell.
Scene Five: Charley Chase, a cute brunette with a lean body, was up last with Anthony Rosano in the office. She was leading an inquiry into how he was hired (in scene #1), Sarah having left the company in the interim. Charley wanted to walk him through the process and he hesitated to show her at first, fumbling for the words to use to not reveal too much to her initially. After she described the ruckus that was reported in regards to the hiring process (apparently, they were too loud), he seemed to cave in and the pair kissed, her clothing coming off as fast as his did as they got off on one another. There appeared to be more personal chemistry this time, Charley inhaling his cock extremely vivaciously while keeping eye contact with him. His own oral efforts took back seat by comparison and they actively rode vaginally as her labia engulfed his dick when he drove her home against the desk. The ending result was a pussy pop but the scene was an excellent way to close out the movie.
Summary: She's The Boss by director William H. Nutsack for Elegant Angel was a lot of fun to watch with the sexual exploits strong enough to merit a rating of Recommended. The energy and enthusiasm of some scenes combined with the personal chemistry of other scenes helped make this one a winner. In short, She's The Boss might not compete with the very best that Nutsack has offered in the last year but it was head and shoulders above most of the generic gonzo pound fests out there so check it out. Keep in mind that the Blu-ray version looked superior to the SD version but such an amount that you will definitely want to see the high definition version given recent price declines in the format at places like Empire. In any case, the SD version held up nicely by comparison so the decision to upgrade to Blu-ray will not be as easy this time, this SD version showing off the heat and passion of the performers quite well.
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