Released: Jul 01st, 1995
Running Time: 79
Director: Mitchell Spinelli
Company: Plum Productions
Cast: Rasta, Frank Towers, Domonique Simone, Starry Knight, Kira (I), Hercules, Terrance McNight, Stacey Nichols
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Transcendental absurdity has found its place in this id. If Opie had grown up big and good-looking (and willing to produce on-camera pop shots), he'd have been Frank Towers. Opie's had it with Middle America and wants a taste of life in the Big City -- the infamous South Central section of L.A. "Hood guys Terrance McNight, Rasta and Hercules befriend the hapless naif (wonderful performances from all), teaching him how to walk and talk, South Central style. Florence and Normandie was never like this...
Domonique Simone helps Opie assimilate, looking incredibly sexy throughout a b.j./doggie/mish. There's excellent chemistry, and the contrast of pale redhaired Opie (watch it and you'll never think of him as Frank again) and dusky Domonique is striking. A Towers/Stacey Nichols coupling begins with a dryhump and is highlighted with a good reverse cowgirl ending in an unusual cumshot.
MOre sexual honors go to the all-black Terrance/Starry Knight/Herc threeway. The three performers have gorgeous bodies and they're displayed attractively. A couple of cum shots are missing, but it shouldn't make retailers hesitate to stock this very funny interracial feature.