Released: Sep 01st, 1994
Director: Nic Cream
Cast: Dick Nasty, Ian Daniels, Tony Tedeschi, Nick East, Nicole London, Asia Carrera, Tara Monroe, Kyle Stone (I), Draghixa, Maeva
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
There's a saying that "the only 'ism' in Hollywood is plagiarism". Never so true with Off Duty, yet another in the endless spate of Buttman knock-offs. Unfortunately Nic Creamer hasn't the globe-trotting budget of Seymore Butts, nor the high tech-wizardry of Rodney Moore at his fingertips. What he does have is access to a cheap tract house in the San Fernando Valley, and a few willing babes. The former will impress no one; the latter do their damndest — and gain big marks, holding their own against a rickety concept and even shakier videography.
Under the pretense of "looking for" Tara Monroe, Nic and his revolving team of male cohorts keep bumping into nasty starlets like a rigged carny game. In short time (though not short enough; the small talk is indefinably dull) one of said cohorts is swapping spit with said starlet.
Frankly, I'll watch delicious Asia Carrera getting boinked under the unlikeliest of scenarios, and here she slips Nick East into the underused and underrated spoon position like a comfortable old Buster Brown. If the shoehorn fits, wear it!! Even better is the fact that she jerks him off onto her tits instead of the opposite, making her a participant instead of a receptacle. French import Maeva, a blonde looker more adept at blowjobs than in the King's English, sucks off Ian Daniels with the precision of an Electrolux vacuum cleaner. For once, the angles (mostly low) break from the tedious medium shots that populate most of the vid.
Frankly, the Tara Monroe/Tony Tedeshi team-up appears to have been shot for a story-oriented feature — it's lensed on a set; he's costumed as a cop and they both do the nasty in/on his prop vehicle. A very hot, very close blowjob highlights this portion of the show, which is excused as a "daydream" of Nic's. Right. Draghixa, normally a hot tomato, appears bored with Dick Nasty, which translates to screen boredom as well, but Nicole London takes on Kyle Stone with a fairly enthusiastic bump 'n grind. Off Duty should have had some on-duty conceptualization behind it.