Released: May 01st, 2012
Running Time: 107 Min.
Director: Will Ryder
Company: Will Ryder Productions
Distribution Companies: Pulse
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Outtakes
Cast: Anthony Rosano, Evan Stone, Callie Cyprus, Cassandra Cruz, Chad Diamond, Mandy Armani, Chris Charming, Danica Dillon, Bridget Young, James Bartholet, Dick Chibbles, Dahlia Sky (aka Bailey Blue)
Non-sex Roles: Thomas Ward, Eric Swiss
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Parody - Comedy
Classic TV... XXX Parody Style! Set in 1937, this porn parody of the popular comedy act The Three Stooges is a hardcore sexual laugh-fest that features a 10-person orgy packed with gorgeous sluts. Larry, Curly and Moe are unemployed and their girlfriends refuse to fuck them until they find jobs. Desperately horny, they try anything to find work and end up in wild sexual situations with beautiful naked girls. Will Ryder delivers an AVN Award contender that will thrill fans worldwide!
Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk! Fuck! In this fun parody, James Bartholet delivers a spot-on performance as Curly while Anthony Rosano and Evan Stone appear as Moe and Larry. Their sweethearts—Bailey Blue, Danica Dillon and Bridget Young—demand they get jobs in order to be granted access to their snatches. Will Ryder gets great acting from the three, with Rosano playing the bully Moe extremely well, and the comedy matches the source’s pacing and violence pretty spot-on, minus the addition of crotch grabs that make Bartholet pretend to jizz himself.
Because the physical appearance of the Stooges isn’t the sexiest, Ryder and fellow shooter Miles Long mostly keep the cameras away from the men’s faces during the fucking—a very good choice. Housecleaner Cassandra Cruz sends Bartholet into a full-on Curly shuffle, but Bartholet only gets to lick her pussy briefly before Rosano takes her all to himself—and very well. Stone pretends to be an artist model, and gets sucked by and fucks Young well.
A two Stooges orgy—Bartholet is left out—occurs, with good blowjobs and vag aplenty, but choosing heavily tattooed girls for the scene wasn’t the most non-anachronistic casting choice for this parody. Why, we oughta…