Released: Mar 01st, 1995
Running Time: 75
Director: Mitch Spinelli
Company: Legend Home Video
Cast: Lynn LeMay, Nikki Sinn, Frank Towers, Blade Baran, Mark Davis, Bianca Trump, Rachel Love, Cal Jammer, Kaytlyn Ashley
Critical Rating: AAA
If you missed the mainstream film this vid purports to parody, not to worry. a few porno-ized lines based on the ones recognizable from the commercials are the only resemblence.
Looking great as a brunette, Lynn LeMay -- playing Foreskin's (Mark Davis) mother (!) -- and educator Blade Baran debate Foreskin's supposedly 75-point IQ. (Watch for some really stellar acting from Mark; if this guy's IQ is only 75, then good samaritan John Wayne Gacy is alive and freshening up his basement crawlspace at this very minute). Lynn's humungo breasts are a perfect locale for the nice tit fuck, but the lack of insertion shots and cutaway transitions between missionary and doggie are no inspiration.
Foreskin's pal Frank Towers is a tuna boat fisherman who regales boxcover girl Kaitlyn Ashley with a plethora of uses for tuna (you know this guy hangs out at Venice Beach harassing passersby with merchandise trumpeting the 100,000 Uses For Hemp). He and Kaitlyn provide an okay dry hump and spit-soaked blowjob, but when they get around to plugging each other whatever eroticism had been building vanishes.
Nikki Sinn and Bianca Trump perform the obligatory girl/girl atop a red car. Bianca's pierced navel, tatoos and neatly trimmed black bush look hot, but the scene is nothing special.
A three-way with Cal Jammer, Rachel Love and Yeninas is again, nothing out of the ordinary, although Cal and Yeninas do manage a visible insertion during their missionary hump.
The closer, starring (finally) Mark Davis and Nikki Sinn is the best of an unexciting lot. Nikki chews on Mark's foreskin gently and he gives it to her anally (all together now -- without an insertion shot), then shoots off in her mouth.
Plot? Remember those "See Spot Run. Run Spot Run. "books? Change Spot to Foreskin, have a variety of girls supply the "run," and you've got it down.
Good sound and lighting, but weak on sex and story.