“The Job” from Lucia Films

57 Responses

  1. Don says:

    Hope you do more with Mckenzie!

    1+
  2. HORSEWITHNONAME says:

    Freaking awesome movie. Very innovative. Great cast, great script. Well shot. Perfect!

    2+
  3. RenNStimpy says:

    Psyche

    0
  4. Leo says:

    Terrific! The trailer is really well done, good pacing and acting. By reading the description it’s also full of perils. Congrats!

    1+
  5. Mantower says:

    Well, that was an incredible video! A very early candidate for SHIP movie of the year. The setting was so innovative, and the confined space really made it visceral and very realistic, loved it! The little bits of comedy were spot in and didn’t get in the way of the film (have I seen you somewhere before? 😀 😀 :D) and the action was excellent, a very good back and forth battle but with the guy dominating. The repeated deaths were inventive as well, which is hard considering how many deaths have been done (the bagging was intense, and loved the filming of her legs as they go limp). The sexual abuse was really spot on and the final death was just fantastic! And Mackenzie, well wow. I don’t think I have ever seen an actress in our genre with such acting abilities, she doesn’t just sell the peril well but actually acts, her line delivery is just fantastic. A new star in our genre is born and in two videos she’s launched herself right up there with the legends such as Coco, Gigi etc. Lucia, you didn’t just knock this out of the park but out of the state! Phenomenal effort!!!

    HM, I suggest we start a video of the year contest, these producers really deserve an award when doing such brilliant work!

    5+
  6. As always great job. Lucia always does something unique or pushes the bar on certain elements in this fetish and genre, not seen anything like this done before from other studios. Like I said before you are one of if not the best producer out there for heroine content. I have seen you do something with the top heroine actresses apart from the girl from imperial nightmare from rye i hope you get a customer where you work with her someday or gigi that would be amazing to see.

    2+
  7. Mongey says:

    This was fantastic!!! Great twist on the theme and all the deliciousness needed!! Hope there are more!!

    4+
  8. Lee Carl says:

    Dude, I am sincerely hoping you do a sequel with Mackenzie returning as Phoenix Fire. I’d love to see a sequel, after she’s delivered wherever they are taking her, and she’s subject to their employer’s whims.

    13+
  9. BARON2027 says:

    This was a AWESOME movie worth every penny i paid for it i would love too see more films with this actress and the two actors they were all great fantastic job everyone.

    1+
  10. Mezmera says:

    I had to create this account just to say how much I like the new girl McKenzie. She sold this well, fills out the costumes just right and she’s just a breath of fresh air. Hope to see more of her just not over saturated but I’ll take what I can get for now. I’d like to echo what someone said earlier I’d love if she could mix in some actual hardcore every once in a while kind of like Ashley Lane if she’d be game for it.

    If the word can get back to Mckenzie thank her for coming into this little world of ours with a genuine fresh feel. She’s gold!

    9+
  11. Wow! I have some leave coming up in March and I think Lucia is going to be taking most of my overtime pay for that month. I have at least three of his movies on my wish list – including this one!

    3+
  12. Mike says:

    When when when for the teaser pic with this actresss u posted onur instagram she sells the sexual peril so well Bought this awesome keep the sexual peril coming with this actress wow!!! Good job

    2+
  13. SHL says:

    Love this film. So unique and refreshing. I think anyone who cares to recreate it is going to have issues topping all that movement inside a van.

    4+
  14. digitalbleh says:

    I was waiting for “Oni Part 2” then i saw the pics for this one and the comments, so i’ll grab this one, it looks really good too.

    2+
  15. Darkwrath016 says:

    Every single second of this film was great. Every single second of this film was immensely enjoyable for me. I’m not going to say that this is the greatest thing since slice bread or the greatest SHIP film ever. I’m not saying it doesn’t have flaws. What I am saying and what I’m about to say is that everyone involved—the actors, the director, the editor, THE ACTRESS, the crew—put on an amazing show that I personally don’t think anyone can afford to miss out on. This is certainly my favorite film from Lucia to date. It’s certainly the hottest and it is certainly one of the most original things out there.

    Here are my thoughts

    First the fighting:
    What wonderful fight choreography this was. You would think that fighting in a van, a cramped, really enclosed space would be too much of an ask. That it would be messy and you wouldn’t be able to see any of the heroine’s reactions and you wouldn’t be able to follow any of it. WRONG. The fighting in this is better than most. It is balls to walls, intense, back and forth action that flows exceedingly well. In fact, I think the cramped space added a lot to the intensity of the fight. The slamming into all corners of the van made for one helluva rough and tumble fight the likes I’ve never seen before. Phoenix dishes out tons of punishment on one of the villains making her feel like a competent, skilled and powerful heroine. And the actress was extremely well versatile in executing the move sets. Likewise, the villain is able to hold his own given us many perilous situations for our heroine. Top five best fights ever? I certainly think so.

    Next, cinematography:
    I usually just gloss over this and say that a film does a good job but I think this film did a fantastic job. Like I said before, you wouldn’t think you could follow this fight given the crazy amount of action and the enclosed tight space. But this fight was really easy on the eyes for the most part and that’s all thanks to some awesome camera work along with some great editing. Compliments to the person behind the camera on that one.

    The Actress:
    Who is this girl? Who is this Mckenzie and why do I not know about her? People on this site are talking about her like if she’s been in other SHIP material and I would like to believe I would own a couple videos of this great talent in the genre. And she was great. Damn near perfect even.

    For starters she’s pretty hot. Especially in that costume and especially when half of that costume is stripped down. Also, practically right at the beginning, we are treated to some panning shots of the heroine hog tied, lying down, knocked out and in the back of the van with more than a few risque angles. That got my heart racing right from the start.

    Her selling of peril was great as well. Great facial expressions and great vocal expressions too (for the most part). They were varied and expressive and every now and then she gives this really cute, girly, high pitched intense cry that I personally found awesome and added a lot to the peril. My favorite perilous moment of her—aside from the R rated stuff which I’ll get to later—was when the villain had her in a bearhug move, arms pinned while lying down on the floor. I just loved her facial expression while she struggled helplessly in the clutches of the villain. Probably my favorite bear hug moment to date.

    The best part about her though was her portrayal of a super heroine which was extremely fricking good. This film starts off with the heroine defeated and tied up in a van with everything taking place in the back. So naturally one would think there’s not much a girl can do given these conditions. But Mckenzie blew it out of the water with her performance. Her line delivery is so good and her body language so awesome that she legitimately made Phoenix feel like a “cocky, never before defeated, I can kick anyone’s ass without even trying” type of heroine. And that does wonders for when she was actually defeated (several times) along with the final R rated scene. It heightened the humiliation to whole new levels. Which again brings me back to who is she? This cannot have been her first time.

    The comedy:
    I don’t think I’ve ever laughed as much as I have in a SHIP film and it’s all thanks to a marvelous script and two great performances by the villains. The comedy does not take away from the main point of the film which is a heroine in perilous situation but it’s so well interspersed throughout it all that it made everything so much more enjoyable. The funniest part was when they were at a gas station getting gas for the van. The attendant was pumping gas while one villain (the Driver) is outside with the attendant and the other villain is fighting the heroine. The fight is causing all kinds of noise with the van rocking and rolling and the attendant just gives the Driver a look. I swear to you I had to pause the video for a minute while I finished laughing. That entire interaction was fricking gold! That alone made it worth the $30.

    The choking/strangling scenarios in this film deserve a special shout out. This stuff tends not be my thing because for some reason, I am EXTREMELY picky on this one specific thing in the genre so it tends to be something I skip over. But I thought that Mckenzie was utterly amazing selling the numerous and varied choking scenarios she was subjected to. From her facial expression, to the slight gargling sounds, to the struggle for breath, to the body language. It all combines to make some truly wonderful strangling scenarios that I’ll be re-watching for some time. And I personally loved the way her legs were kicking up and down while she was being strangled with a bag over her head that one time. The position of the camera was most pleasing in that sequence too. Girl has some serious legs on her.

    Now for the R-rated stuff.
    The simulated sex scenes were great and really well paced. They last long enough to be both enjoyable and non repetitive. And Mckenzie had some great reactions in that R-rated sections. The sounds she was making, especially when she was choking on the cock jammed in her mouth were some of the best ever for me. And then when she was spit-roasted in two different positions was quite something too. And then there was the moment when she was in the cowgirl position. You know what? The entire R rated sequence was great. Period.

    The best part in the R rated sequence was when Phonenix says the line of “you can’t do this to me”. That line has become so clichéd in the genre that I cringe every time I hear it because it usually comes at some awkward point. Except in this film. In this film it was delivered at the perfect moment. The way Mckkenzie delivered it followed by the continuation of the forced oral sex scene, followed by the sounds she made just heightened that entire scene to stratospheric levels. And then when she was about to say “I’m Phoenix F—“ but is stopped because the Villain jams her mouth back in……….pretty sure I was in another planet right then and there.

    The only thing stopping this from being perfect was that I wish there was a more extensive beatdown sequence of the heroine. Just a minute or two of the villain(s) relentlessly hammering her. Instead, the beatdowns were sporadically placed as Phoenix Fire, because of her regenerative powers, is able to mount comebacks. Which is fine of course. Just that had my desired two minute beatdown happened I would have given this movie “SHIP film of the year” right here, right now, in the beginning of February. Instead it’ll just have to settle for, “Really awesome film that’s currently the best of the year buuuuut…………it’s only February so we’ll see how the other months play out”.

    I’m shamelessly batting for Lucia here because the guy is a bloody brilliant director and producer. He’s willing to take so many risks, coming up with these original concepts with no guarantee they’ll work. Yet they do and they are great films to watch. This one certainly is and is worth everyone’s time and money. It’s not perfect. Don’t go thinking that it is. There are more than a few missed opportunities but that makes it no less enjoyable. Please support this film and go into it with an open mind. Try not to get hung up on, “well it doesn’t have this move or that scenario or its too cramped”. Just sit back and enjoy this for 40 minutes.

    7+
  16. Heroine Fall says:

    This delightful film was refreshing, Lucia. I found the story entertaining to the extent the story lead to peril. Not even tame sexual acts—by my standards—distracted from my enjoyment. Lucia, you’re my number one producer as of now, and I’m rooting for your success. Please make more fun content like this one. The only negative feedback I could give is lighting of the heroines face. It doesn’t have to be much, just enough to bring out detail, rather than near shadow. The flickering lights during the electrocution seen were fantastic. I see your intent is to “paint” with light, which I admire. Mastery will bring mood to your videos not seen elsewhere.

    For those of you asking for something new, this is it. Investing in Lucia’s bold direction away from repetition should be rewarded with financial support. Every film you purchase shapes the genre as producers are less included to risk expense on videos that could bankrupt their studio. In my opinion, this is the best video of 2019 and will be hard to top.

    4+
  17. Chris says:

    I quite liked this one. The actress was gorgeous, full figured with porcelain skin, the outfit was sexy and the van setting / close quarters combat was defiantly different. I also liked ‘Oni’ and ‘game over part 1’.

    5+
  18. Decendingskulls says:

    Great job coming up with an original concept for a heroine peril video: Captured heroine struggles during transport. A simple enough premise, and unique all the same. Thinkin outside the box 🙂

    6+
  19. Sumo says:

    Ah Lucia, you outdo yourself good sir/madam!
    Your delectable tales are again original and inviting. Look forward to this, hows that influence from Mr Noir going? Also any thoughts on Vore?

    5+
    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Unfortunately it has been too much of a busy/choatic schedule these past two months to really sit down with Mr. Noir long enough for more than a quick chat. Something I hope to remedy soon! As for Vore, I don’t think I’ve ever seen that tackled in live action SHIP before. Could be wrong though! (Maybe with a giant plant monster? =p)
      I suppose if someone was willing to help fund such an elaborate prop creation like that, it could be done! But it would certainly be quite the undertaking.

      4+
      • Sumo says:

        Other than Giga studios no i don’t think it has been done but your work so far shows i think you would have the ability to deliver. Sadly your right though budget is the problem and i couldn’t front up the cash alone. Maybe a crowdfund effort?
        Until then keep doing what your producing, we’re loving it. Keep them original!

        2+
  20. Elevete says:

    No debooting, i pass..

    1+
  21. Darkwrath016 says:

    Loving the look of this

    3+
  22. Angleman says:

    McKenzie is a revelation and THE new rising star of the genre.

    2+
    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      She is certainly a treat to film with. She was so hardcore in this movie! Slamming into the walls and throwing herself around with the villains. Zero ****s given! It was really impressive.

      7+
  23. JoeyJon says:

    Yep, I bought this because of Mckenzie along with her other film. Loved the sex scenes. The fight scene was sort of cramped and uncomfortably awkward in the tiny back of the van. I wouldn’t suggest doing that again. But overall glad I bought it! Seems like Mckenzie is just itching to make the jump to hardcore by watching her scenes!

    3+
    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Thank you for your patronage and thrilled you enjoyed it! We personally loved the cramped, tight feeling of the combat in the confined spaces. Made everything feel desperate and visceral, and it was a lot of fun bouncing off the walls and floor. But! We totally understand your view on that and we’ll just have to see down the line!

      2+
    • Bernie says:

      Cramped in the back of a van is exactly what made it so sexy. A confined space where a superheroine can’t extend herself and use her powers. I loved it

      4+
      • -LuciaFilms- says:

        Glad that was picked up on, Bernie! The cramped spaces kept her from being able to truly make use of her extensive powers without killing everyone in the van, which of course as a heroine- she was unwilling to do. Otherwise, even two veteran thugs would have had their hands full with this powerful heroine.

        1+
  24. uhzoomzip says:

    May this actress’s tenure in this genre be long and fruitful.

    4+
  25. LordSnot says:

    Upping the bar, Lucia! Loving their stuff.

    2+
  26. RyonaKing says:

    This is super creative, and entire movie taking place inside a van.

    2+
    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Much appreciated. Not sure we’ve seen anyone do it before, so it seemed like a really fun idea. Plus! What is the point of having a giant, scary white van if you can’t occasionally have insane rigamaroles inside of it? The shocks were put to the test.

      3+
  27. Heroine Fall says:

    This looks amazing, interesting, and unique. I can’t wait to see it. Dark comedy is my jam!

    2+
  28. Imagineer says:

    How many times did someone bang their funny bone or get a lump on the head during filming?

    1+
    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Ahahaha. Imagineer, as always you are insightful in clever ways. I personally ‘still’ have cuts and bruises from this shoot. Weeks later. As do a few other members of our crew. It was… crazy, all of these people crawling around and trying to stay behind the camera inside the van during fight scenes. At one point we had a PC hiding in the passenger seat with water and a fan to cool everyone down between takes. If you ever see a large leather jacket in the passenger seat, that is her underneath it!

      3+
  29. Ugh says:

    No low blows? 😮

    3+
    • Sad Times says:

      I always feel slightly sad when there are no low blows!

      1+
    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Sorry guys! We have low blows in very nearly every film we make, but they didn’t make it into this one! Not every film will have every button in it, or it would become a rote process of just checking them off one by one every film and that can get samey. Trust that plenty of other films will have plenty of low-blows. (We even have a custom in the line-up that may focus on them soonish!)

      3+
  30. sabrejack says:

    Dark comedy AND humour!!??… I’M IN!!!!! 😉

    Nah, looks great. Nice girl…

    3+
  31. Rover says:

    So awesome to have more producers churning out vids that can rival Rye, NGC, SHF, and TBFE and the like in quality. Always a nice surprise.

    5+
  32. Lit. I was hoping we would see more of this actress. Very happy it came so soon. Will be picking this one up for sure.

    4+
    • -LuciaFilms- says:

      Happy to deliver! She is a treat to work with.

      3+
      • Kaizar says:

        If you make a sequel, you should gender swap the villains. Thats what Alex Bettinger did for the Super School Girl sequel, where he had Wonder Co-ed’s villain be a man, since the first video had a woman for the villain. Preferably an actress with muscles like Megan Avalon or Brandi Mae or that towering strong actress Goddess Rapture.

        Hell, even have Mckenzie over power the muscular villain in Act 1.

        10+
    • barry allen says:

      will there be a part 2 of the Job” from Lucia Films

      1+
    • Kaizar says:

      Why the hell does your user picture have the international white nationalist sign hand gesture?

      Are you a Neo Nazi?

      5+

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