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Released: Aug 01st, 1993
Running Time: 120
Company: Evil Angel
Cast: Rocco Siffredi, Priscilla (V) (Brazilian), Priscilla (IV) (Brazilian), Luciana (III) (Brazilian), Honey (V) (Brazilian), Felipe (II) (Brazilian), John Stagliano, Joey Silvera, DoDa, Tianna (III)
Critical Rating: AAAA
It's hot, it's wet, it's steamy. Like a bulldozer ripping through the rain forest, Buttman and crew are hell bent on pillaging the natural wonders of Brazil. So consuming is their lust that by the end of the vid, you'd think half the population of Rio's been defoliated instead of four mere (but delicious) mangoes.
Stagliano's got the spontaneous feel down pat, with Silvera as his self-effacing sidekick who just can't seem to get laid until the conclusion. He's so modest, in fact, that Joey refers to himself as "Mister Zero", which confuses poor Rocco Siffredi: "What this is, this Mister Zero?" Fortunately Rocco's pickup lines are better than his English; one rainy day he brings home a Reubenesque lady (Priscilla) whom he proceeds to bang into the next time zone.
(Which brings us to an aside: This pond is stocked with women of two types – slightly plump and pretty, or hardbodies with average looks. Of the two, Priscilla and Do Da are of the former design, which will hopefully go over well with an audience more used to the tight 'n tarty type.)
Though we mentioned a rain forest in jest, the essence of Rio is captured perfectly when the Buttcrew actually takes a tree-lined tour. Once again Joey's turn is skewered when Tianna jumps Do Da in a moment of killer passion that finds them eating bush amidst the bushes of a public place! Felipe finds a hardbody at the beach to rival his own; soon he's exploring the equatorial depths of Luciana's asshole, and Pal Joey finally gets his just desserts with a saucy Honey, redhead who jerks him to climax.
Yes, it's the same darn formula. But dang it all, the series is practically critic-proof, delivering what the viewers want – nice locales, scorching sex and a bit of humor. It's a breezy two hours that makes most pro features drag by comparison.