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Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 111
Company: Factory Home Video
Cast: Sally Layd, Amanda Addams, Roxanne Hall, Nick Rage, Melissa Monet, Johnny West, Ian Daniels
Critical Rating: AAAA
Ah, the open sea. What better place to cruise than on the main? The Fillmore Brothers are bent on showing you herky-jerky hand-held camera motions and more. First Amanda Addams' apples are fondled by cameraman "Eton Fillmore," who walks off to let Nick Rage's jaws and fingers sail into her inner coves. As she tugs his little boat, submerging it in her mouth, his watch is prominently displayed, as if to help viewers synchronize their clocks.
Sally Layd is seen giving Ian Daniels the Rice Krispies treatment; her mouth snaps, crackles and pops as she hungrily swallows his harpoon. Ian digitizes her not-so-bearded clam, but his voyage picks up speed when Sally rides him fast and furious, causing her diving bells to wobble. He finishes with multiple perfect landings in her rectal runway as planes fly overhead.
Switch now to the "other cool things." First, we see Melissa Monet and Roxanne Hall decked out in black lingerie for an indoor lesbian sequence. Hall gets busy unlacing Melissa's corset, then fingering and sucking Monet's clit, causing her to scream in ecstasy. Soon, Johnny West and Ian Daniels join in, but the multiple images emanating from the 60-monitor video wall in the background were more distracting than erotic. The constant clicking of the still photographer could have been done without also.
Back on the boat, Sally and Amanda are seized with cabin fever, 69 style. Sally, splaying Amanda's lips open like bubblegum, jams in her tongue like it's a bazooka. They are joined by the rest of the motley crew, who drop anchor deep in their shaved harbors. All of this action makes for a slipper sloop.
Despite an abundance of off-camera chatter, this is a goofy tape with lots of hot spots that is best marketed in your comedy section.