Sunday, 13 May 2012

DVD review: Natasha (2007)


Young and spirited exotic dancer Anna (Algina Lipskis) flees her native Russia after witnessing the murders of her boss and her cousin, Natasha (Algina Lipskis). Arriving in a small village in England, she assumes her dead cousin´s identity, and befriends the local vicar´s daughter, Christine (Jenna Harrison). When secretly taken photos of the two making love are posted on a porn website, the Russian gangsters finally track her down. With the help of a sexy, but aggressive Russian policewoman, the vivacious "Natasha" eludes the criminals. Natasha is written by Carl Austin and Jag Mundhra who also is the director. The acting is pretty decent just don´t expect to find any Oscar-winning performances. Algina Lipskis is stunningly attractive and does a good job, the character Anna is strong, clever and knows how to use her sexuality to manipulate men and is able to look after herself. It´s professionally shot and edited, it looks very good but the sountrack is pretty bad...  There is some gore, practical make-up fx which looks good at first but looks amateurish in close ups. Fans of T & A will love this film, there is plenty of topless nudity and a couple of sexual situations throughout and it´s all nicely done and erotic. Algina Lipskis has an amazing body that she doesn't at all mind showing off. The sexscene (it´s hardly a spoiler as Maverick Entertainment has it printed on the DVD cover) between Algina Lipskis and Jenna Harrison is very nicely done!
This review is based upon the region 1 DVD release from Maverick Entertainment.
Rating: 7 out of 7. I enjoyed this film thoroughly and it´s one of the sexiest movies I have ever seen. You get a funny, touching, sexy and suspenseful fick. Worth a look for sure. Now I´m going to try to find more films with Algina Lipskis in them, not only is she absolutely gorgeous, she is also a good actress with good comedic timing

/JL




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