Released: Oct 01st, 1992
Running Time: 75
Director: Wes Brown
Company: Erotic Video Network
Cast: P.J. Sparxx, Jake Steed, Tony Tedeschi, Devon Shire, Tracey Winn, Jonathan Morgan, Mona Lisa (III)
Critical Rating: AAA
"First we measure the ass... then we worship..."
I ordinarily wouldn't recommend an adult video strictly on the performance of a male actor, but in Tony Tedeschi's case, I'm going to make an exception. Tedeschi rates very serious consideration in the Best Actor category this year for what some might consider a garbage role.
Tedeschi plays this gravelly voiced, mad hatter-type ("beautiful women throw themselves at me even though I wear this stupid hat") who is known as "Buttsizer," the King of Rears. Tedeschi had me rolling on the floor with his antic behavior. He put some major personality into this performance, and the Buttsizer character, like Buttman, should have some legs in the video market for shows to come. The anal scenes in this feature are, well, serviceable (far too many cable-version angles), but it's Tedeschi who carries the whole thing.
Babes with outlandish asses come to the penthouse apartment of the "Buttsizer" who commands them to "sashay...sashay...walk for me, more!!!" After he views the goodies, Tedeschi gets on his knees, whips out a Stanley 12-foot measuring tape. "First we measure...then we worship...then we screw." This formula pretty much sets the anal scenes in motion. Tedeschi does Saki while his geeky "disciples" Jonathan Morgan and Jake Williams carry out the same precepts - first, they measure; then, they worship.
Morgan bangs Moana Lisa in the ass only after they have this conversations about global warming. Jake Williams almost gets it wrong. First he worships, then he measures, or is it the other way around? Anyway, Tedeschi takes him to task for it before Williams goes off to the races with Devon Shire. Tracey Winn and P.J. Sparxx are a throw-in lesbian scene which is more hairdos and facial expressions than girl/girl.
A highly entertaining entry, Buttsizer is well worth a look even if you just want a few laughs. The boxcover is one of this year's best.