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produced by
Jason Danilak (executive), Shaun Donnelly (executive), Wes Kezar (executive) for Mind Engine Productions
directed by Shaun Donnelly
starring Monica Mayhem, Layla Labelle, Tuesday Cross, Alicia Andrews, Bree Olson, Joel Chanin, Tatum Wright, Brittaney Starr, Vicki Chase, Alexis Texas
written by Shaun Donnelly, music by The Crawl


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Pornstar Bree Olson has the great idea to manage an all-girl all-pornstar rockband, titular Tight, and thus brings together Monica Mayhem (vocals), Layla Labelle (guitar), Tuesday Cross (bass) and Alicia Andrews (drums) - but the idea is flawed right from the get-go, as apart from their profession and their, well, willingness to be in a rock band, these four girls have little in common, and frankly they just don't gel. Also, the girls are of varying talents, and it's especially the two most talented girls (Monica and Layla) who clash the most. Add to that a "manager" - Bree Olson's cousin Joel Chanin - who's not really cut out for the job and at times simply freaks out the girls, and a tour that runs out of funds halfway through and prompts the girls to do pornshoots to pay for their travel costs and you are left with ... utter chaos, catfights, and the idea of an all-girl all-pornstar rockband dissolving somewhere in mid air ...


Amid all the reality shows on television it's easy to dismiss Tight as just another attempt to jump onto the bandwagon, and maybe it is - but Tight is also quite simply fun, as it actually has a narrative structure to it, the girls have character and feel more authentic than usual (even though at least some scenes seem clearly staged), and despite the profession of the girls and plenty of topless nudity, whatever the girls do doesn't seem half as sleazy (or even pornographic) as most of the stuff you see on the Kardashians or Jersey Shore. Plus, the girls are of course very easy on the eye ... and as for the music - it's not bad, middle of the road alternative rock with definite room for improvement - but again, beats the "music" Kim Kardashian has been making by a lightyear or two.

In all, fun to watch, actually.


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review © by Mike Haberfelner


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