I'm afraid her performance here would have dropped the rating some, except Chelsea's talent and beauty overrides any negatives. Behind Bedroom Doors is one of the few I've come across with those attributes. New-girl-in-town Abby is already dating two guys--one's a doctor, the other is running for district attorney. I'm still trying to figure out what some people are so excited about. The two should do more work together. Chelsea Blue, I mean Brooke LaVelle is the choice actress to play the part of the blackmailing seductress, and plays the part magnificently.
If you play the game. Abby Chelsea Blue is new in town, but she's already got some guys wrapped around her finger. Which is okay, but is she finished? Overall, This movie is a good one. Abby's got secrets on both men and every secret has a price. She also has some dirt on both of them---but when they find that she may potentially blackmail them, Abby discovers just how important a career is to some people.
In this movie, though, Monique, who plays Gigi, doesn't have a whole lot to do or say. One's a prominent doctor, Gabe Chris Gustafson and the other, James Richard Lounello is running for district attorney. The new girl next door scams on the neighbor's human nature and weaknesses where seduction and sex concerned. Her partner in the movie, Monique Alexander is a definite cutie. Chelsea Blue is a very talented and extremely beautiful actress. .
Supported streaming on all mobile devices, such as: Ipod, Iphone, Ipad, Android phones, Android tablets, Video boxes, Tv sets, Tv boxes, Mobile browsers Chrome, Safari, Opera, Firefox. It's obvious there are parts of her bought an paid for. The movie get's an overall 10 just because she is in it. Written by If I'm going to watch a porn movie, I prefer it to have some sort of plot, and a descent dialogue. I forget her name, but she's pretty good looking, and not a bad actress. She seems like she has more talent to be shared.
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