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Released: Oct 01st, 1999
Running Time: 90
Director: Nic Cramer
Company: Plum Productions
Cast: Brian Surewood, Linda Thoren, Maya Devine, Chris Cannon, Randy Spears, Van Damage, Nic Cramer, Rebecca Lord, Allysin Chaynes, Gina Ryder, Charmaine, Ian Daniels
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Solid film from Nic Cramer, whose multiple directing awards should afford him a following. Maya DevVine looks stunning on the box cover.
Bad day. Your boss hates you. You get fired. Your car gets repossessed. When you arrive at home, your wife, Rebecca Lord, is getting fucked and taking cum in her face from Chris Cannon. You are Randy Spears and you're getting the shaft.
But the day's getting better. Scumbag Cannon left his car keys on the ground. He stole your wife; you steal his car and his identity. When a cell phones comes in, you answer it and pose as the other guy, a fashion/sex photographer, no less.
Randy Spears combines good acting skills, nice comic timing and three sex scenes into a nomination-worthy performance. Poser's highlight occurs when a fumbling Spears, now taking on the role of the photographer, gently fucks the very pretty, natural Allysin Chaynes in a scene that gets ravenous by the end (nominate that for the Best Couples Sex Scene - Film).
Meanwhile, cover girl Maya DeVine, a buxom blonde beauty, takes on Spears at the film's end when his cover is exposed and does Van Damage in a fairly hot sequence. In fact, the only sex scene that flat-out fails is the threeway when, after Spears photographs lesbians Gina Ryder and Charmaine, they share his penis. What works better is a stylized photo shoot/sex scene in an alley with hot Euro-blonde Linda Thoren, Brian Surewood and Ian Daniels
The wall-to-wall synthesized music works well and the editing is tight, Poser never lingers or overstays its welcome. The simple, light script is a refreshing change from director Nic Cramer's complex, plot-heavy productions. Funny closing credits show that he doesn't take himself too seriously.