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Suspended Disbelief

Released: Mar 01st, 2001
Running Time: 101
Director: Nic Cramer
Company: Pleasure Productions
Cast: Shelbee Myne, Dominica Leoni, Gina Lynn, Pat Myne, Alec Metro, Randy Spears, Chris Cannon, Shawna Sexton
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Well-acted (particularly by Spears) couples fare.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Anybody remember Last Action Hero? In Suspended Disbelief, Randy Spears is the magic-ticket holder, and the ensuing sex is one hell of a lot better than anything "Ahnold" delivers.

It's not clear how Randy gets to the theater, however. Last the viewer knows, he's reading a good-bye letter from wife Shawna Sexton which apparently describes her adultery in graphic detail, since we see her cowgirl, doggie and mish romp with Chris Cannon.

But what the hell, continuity was never porn's strong point, so Randy finds himself at the theater, being given a ticket by Gina Lynn. The ticket transports him to the '30s, where Shelbee and Pat Myne give him an eyeful (reverse cowgirl, mish) in the back of a classic limo; Gina and Alec Metro perform similarly in a red Caddy convertible, Dominica Leoni feeds Spears some grapes in ancient Rome before riding his cock in two directions; and of course, Randy finally gets Gina between the theater seats.


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Pleasure Productions
Alec Metro
Chris Cannon
Shelbee Myne
Gina Lynn
Randy Spears
Shawna Sexton
Dominica Leoni
Pat Myne
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