Released: Mar 08th, 2011
Running Time: 152 Min.
Director: Robby D.
Company: Digital Playground
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes Featurettes, Bonus Scenes, Outtakes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Scott Nails, Raven Alexis, Riley Steele, Stoya, Jesse Jane, Kayden Kross, Marcus London, Mick Blue, Tommy Gunn, Erik Everhard, Ben English, Selena Rose
Critical Rating: AAAAA
Fly hard with deep throttle action as Jesse Jane and Riley Steele show the men the true direction of hardcore power. They are the new top guns, the two best female fighter pilots the Air Force has to offer going up against their arch rivals, Kayden Kross and Stoya, the unbeatable bitches from the Navy. It's lust-fueled girls going up against the hardest fly boys in the military to prove they've got more thrust in their game and more devious tactics than any enemy riding their tail.
Top Guns is, above all else, a magnificent achievement in special effects. Never mind the realistic airborne fighter jet sequences and the big explosions; it's the stuff you don't realize is digitally rendered that truly drives home its impressiveness. Amazingly, the entire airbase where the movie takes place is more or less painted in via computer to the barren desert landscape that served as the shoot's exterior location. The planes, the jeeps, the control tower, even the hangar are complete figments of 1s and 0s ... and you wouldn't know it unless you check out the extra on disc two that demonstrates how it was all laid in.
Now then, what about the story? We'll be perfectly honest and go on record right up front as saying that it's, well, silly. However, so is that of the Tom Cruise/Val Kilmer classic of homoeroticism upon which it's based, so we can't justly fault it there. Truth be told, we'd probably be more inclined to devote our valuable leisure time to watching this over the original any old day, seeing as how this contains actual sex with an entire brigade of women all entirely hotter than Kelly McGillis (yeah, we said it).
In brief, after pulling off some rogue aerial maneuvers, pilots Jesse Jane and Riley Steele get sent to compete with the Top Guns, the very best flyers in the military. What they're competing for, exactly, and how the competition works never really gets explained, but it is made perfectly clear that the girls are out to prove they're every bit as good as the boys.
They also do their best to wear down the boys' fortitude by seducing them one-by-one whenever and wherever they can corner them. Jesse takes down Erik Everhard the first night in a bar restroom, giving him an explosively raucous banging on the sink. Riley attacks Marcus London right in the open of the bar lounge after bribing the tender to take a hike. Kayden Kross sidelines Scott Nails in the men's locker room, leaving him dazed and decked out in her panties.
Easily among the most noteworthy elements of Top Guns, however, is the return it marks of long-absent 2009 AVN Best New Starlet Stoya, who, sporting a wild thicket of bush, has her way with Mick Blue in a classroom, their rabid desktop fuck possibly coming in as the movie's most scalding, and certainly as its most genuine feeling.
Of course, we'd be remiss not to mention the penultimate orgy scene, in which luckiest-man-on-earth Tommy Gunn gets every current Digital Playground girl to himself in the base hangar, at one point literally lining them up in doggie against a table and working his way down the row. To finish the scene, he drops his load into Selena Rose's mouth, and it gets passed along girl-to-girl until it reaches Stoya's waiting maw at the end of the line.
As a denouement, instructor Raven Alexis and commander Ben English consummate their pent-up attraction in his office, adding yet another supremely scorching scene to the across-the-board outstanding bunch.
The girl-power theme of Top Guns should endear it to female viewers, and the action and superhumanly sexy ladies of the cast should hold the fellas' interest just fine. In other words, this one simply can't miss.