Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 85
Director: Luc Wylder
Company: Heatwave Entertainment
Cast: Dave Hardman, Seth Damian, Doc Shepherd, Sindee Coxx, Lois Ayers, Debi Diamond, Ariana (I), Rob Coxx
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
As far as firecrackers go, this might be considered a dud. One would think that with a cast of this quality the sex couldn't be anything but outstanding – one would be wrong. Missed penetration shots, uninteresting angles and more re-action than action coverage makes Firecracker more like a sparkler than an M80.
The weak storyline focuses on a pair of ancient tomes with some primitive writing (kind of like the Enquirer) which makes whoever is near them horny. The first pair to be affected by the titillating tablets are Debi Diamond and Dave Hardman. Debi's her usual demure self as Dave goes down and mouth-fucks her. The mish, doggie and cowgirl that follow are unfortunately entry shot-free. There is, however, a pretty anal point-of-entry shot, as well as an effective pop shot.
The tablets also have an effect on a Sindee Coxx/Lois Ayers/Rob Coxx threesome and a Sindee/Alex Sanders coupling. The threeway has the girls doing each other, Rob doing Lois, and Sindee doing herself – no rewriting of adult history. The Sindee/Alex session includes some happening head, fine finger-sucking, and a loud missionary/doggie combo. Even the super-cute Sindee can't make up for the missing penetration shots and ho-hum camerawork.
The final two segments feature Ariana; one with Debi Diamond (which for all intents and purposes should be a scorcher); and the other with Sanders, Lois and an unidentified pelt wearer. Having a pair like Ariana and Debi is like having Ruth and Gehrig in the same lineup, but somehow the chomping and dildo sharing is more like a ground rule double, rather than a grand slam. The final foursome has a couple of side-by-side blow jobs and a pair of nicely framed penetration shots (including an Ariana anal).
An all-star cast that gives it their all (not necessarily an easy task given the script) isn't enough. Director Wylder may be wise to take a peek in the viewfinder on more than a few occasions because we know that with both firecrackers and the adult biz, shooting blanks is not a good thing.