Genre: All Sex, Lesbian, Couples, Toys, Foot licking
Director: Paul Thomas
Cast: Bree Brooks, Brian Surewood, Cheyenne Silver, Kelsey Hart, Marty Romano, Lee Stone, Nikki Love, Ann Marie, April Flowers, Evan Stone
Length: 74 minutes
Date of Production: 9/08/01
Extra's: 1.5 minute long Behind the Scenes feature, 3 minutes of bloopers, 2 photogalleries (April, Cheyenne), positions room, Bonus scenes (many with Cheyenne)
Audio/Video Quality: The picture was about average. The audio was usually just a music track but sometimes a few vocals would slip in. The music was not good.
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Body of Review: Shoe Store is supposedly about the sexual exploits of the employee's and customers of a shoe store. I know, big leap of faith, huh? In any case, there's no story or plot to get in the way of the action which seemed to have a lot of foot licking if you care for that stuff. I wish this one was longer but it did have some scenes worth watching a few times (think: rental). Here's a breakdown of the cast by scene based on memory since no one thought to add credits:
Scene One: Bree, an attractive gal with some crotch blemishes, took on Brian, the guy who looked like a biker dude, in the store. There was oral and straight sex in this fair scene.
Scene Two: Kelsey, a brunette here, Cheyenne, long legged babe, and Marty, the tattooed wonder boy, boned on the stairs of the store's stockroom. The scene included anal and was actually pretty hot.
Scene Three: Kelsey, wanting to jump hunky Lee in the store, did so. Her BJ was good and had lots of eye contact before the vaginal sex. Pretty good with some chemistry.
Scene Four: In a well done lesbian scene, Cheyenne, Nikki, and Ann, did each other. It wasn't the best I've seen lately but it was warm.
Scene Five: April, after dragging Evan clothes shopping, made it up to him on the counter of a local bar. There were a few intense moments but much of the scene could've used better editing.
Summary: This is one of those movies that looked rushed and probably should be sent to the bargain bin rather than stiff customers for the full price. It wasn't bad by any means but it wasn't anything special either. I noticed that the director didn't put his name on it-luckily he appeared on the very short Behind the Scenes feature or I would've thought Robby was responsible-and dodging credit is a good sign that it's not an effort a director cares about. I would've preferred Vivid put both Cheyenne and Kelsey on the cover since each had as much screen time as the other but Contract performers take precedence. Wait for a sale or try it as a middle of the week rental.
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