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Released: Feb 07th, 2012
Running Time: 113 Min.
Director: Lee Roy Myers
Company: DreamZone Entertainment
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Behind the Scenes Featurettes, Outtakes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Tom Byron, Ann Marie Rios, Anthony Rosano, Rocco Reed, India Summer, Andy San Dimas, Chanel Preston
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
Genre: Parody - Drama
With unmatched intensity and eroticism, Romeo & Juliet is a modern re-telling of the classic tale of two star-crossed lovers, who yearn for each other's touch. However, their feuding families are determined to keep them apart, and only the flames of passion may overcome. When faced with the threat of losing each other forever, Romeo and Juliet must fight to be together. Will love conquer all or will tragedy await them?
For anyone who read (or had to read) Romeo & Juliet in high school, or even those who managed to see Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 movie version, probably to check out that momentary glimpse of Olivia Hussey's exposed tit—no such luck with Claire Danes in Baz Luhrmann's 1996 version—Lee Roy Myers' adaptation will have some added interest, since he and co-scripter Crystal D. manage to keep a fair chunk of Shakespeare's original dialog while modernizing some bits of it and adding their own words and sexually explicit actions. But even those with no background in Elizabethian manner and morés will enjoy this timeless romance, perhaps partly because, as has been reported, stars Chanel Preston and Rocco Reed began a several-months-long personal relationship while playing their title roles.
As the movie opens, Rocco and Brian Street Team are fellow auto mechanics who decide to crash the rich Capulets' (India Summer, Tom Byron) costume party looking for easy scores—until Rocco catches a glimpse of Chanel in her feathered mask and is immediately smitten. Of course, Chanel's fresh from a hot girl/girl scene with best bud Ann Marie Rios that includes plenty of kissing, fingering and 69—and Chanel telling her at the end, "The only time I've ever been sure of love is with you."
Anyway, Chanel's on-screen bro Anthony Rosano warns Rocco off, reminding him that Rocco's family, the Montagues, have been engaged in a years-long feud with the Capulets—but Chanel slips Rocco her phone number anyway.
Determined to keep Rocco out of his sister's panties, Anthony pays a visit on Rocco's ex, Andy San Dimas, but the conversation quickly turns to their own lusts, with Anthony claiming that he wants to "fill your well and your heart." The "filling the well" part works out best, with Anthony undressing Andy as he kisses her and licks her tits. Andy takes the lead, climbing aboard for cowgirl, snuggling up for spoon, crouching for doggie (after which he licks her toes) and spreading for mish until he cums on her pussy.
Of course, what rendition of this classic tale would be complete without Romeo enticing Juliet from her bedroom to the balcony? Once he's climbed inside, he opens her robe, slips down her bra and removes her panties, after which they partake in the same positions we just saw with Anthony and Andy ... but whatthehell: It's long, beautiful and caring lovemaking!
Anthony, incensed by Rocco's seduction of his sister, confronts him and Brian with a gun, and in the ensuing struggle, Rocco shoots him and, on Brian's advice, goes into hiding. Meanwhile, the elder Capulets take their turn on the couch, with Tom undressing India and licking her pussy (and she his cock) before she mounts him, spoons him, kisses him deeply while he fucks her missionarily, then lets him cum on her ass in doggie.
But all the hot sex notwithstanding, this is, after all, a tragedy, the details of which we won't reveal here. Suffice to say that this is one of the classiest historical adaptations we've ever seen in XXX, and it deserves viewers' (especially couples') attention.