Released: Aug 01st, 1998
Running Time: 125
Director: John Leslie
Cast: Tom Byron, Mark Davis, Sean Michaels, Mr. Marcus, John Decker, Shelbee Myne, Kailani Reid, Zina Fox, Suzy Q, Tye (I), Wild Cat, Julian St. Jox, Kyle Stone (I), Malitia, Inari Vachs
Critical Rating: AAAA
Since when has a John Leslie feature ever failed to rent and sell like hotcakes? Display it prominently and watch the customers drool.
There may not be any plot, there may not be an "interview" or "magazine" gimmick, but one thing's abundantly clear with Fresh Meat 5: John Leslie sure knows how to shoot sex.
And it isn't just choosing the right light, or making use of all the space available —check the many shots where the camera is obviously concentrating on one couple, but the framing lets you know there's something worth watching going on in the background as well— or panning from a couple having sex up(!) to another babe fingering her clit; It's the self-assuredness with which all of this is done that impels us to pre-nom this excellent vid for Best Videography.
Most scenes last nearly a half-hour —the Tye/Julian St. Jox match-up is the shortest coupling on the tape— and there's something to savor in nearly every moment. Whether it's a very local Malitia riding John Decker's cock, or Kailani Reid's long horsey with Kyle Stone, or Tom Byron licking Wild Cat's ball gag before taking her, and Zina Fox, anally, Leslie's eye never fails.
And check out the staging of pink-bikini-clad Inari Vachs and red-leather-togged Shelbee Myne checking each other out, while Sean Michaels hovers in the background. You'll be drawn to the ribbon of spit that drips from Inari's mouth down her chest to her pussy as she b.j.s Michaels, much to the chagrin of hubby/boyfriend Paul Coxxx. But don't worry; Coxxx gets her ass, doggie style, in the end, after Michaels finished with her and Myne puts Coxxx through his paces.
Neither of the remaining scenes quite reaches the energy and style of the first three, but one thing's for sure: Viewers will come away from watching this feature at least slightly awed at the artistry of John Leslie.