Released: Jul 01st, 2004
Running Time: 120
Director: Craven Moorehead
Company: NorthStar Associates
Cast: John West, Nautica Thorn, Lucy Thai, Jayna Oso, Andrew Rivera, Peter North, Dez, Jayna Woods, Pason, Chris Charming, Lee Stone
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
North's name should play a big part in your in-store marketing scheme but it's always the youth of America who drive the sales home.
Considering how we've already seen these girls in other productions, the "first offense" tag line seems a bit misleading, but their natural resources bump the transgression down to a misdemeanor. As expected, the scenarios ("Oh! My widdle car bwoke down, I need a stwong man to help me out of this jam!") hold up like a tower of Jello. North may not have a second career as a novelist, but as a pornographer he knows how to grab the viewer's attention with chicks like Jayna Woods, his farm-fresh partner who appears to have just stepped off the Miss Iowa pageant stage and into North's location. The heat they work up is considerable – until the very end, that is, when North's notorious load arrives as an [apparent] surprise - causing the cutie to recoil, and lose the blue-ribbon award to the other Jayna.
Oso's hunger for pork leads her to a delicious d.p. with Rivera and Charming, who plug her well and jump out to deliver a double on her face. (No flinching.) A couple of the other gals also get thumped in the ass, but for sheer intensity we call your attention to a couchathon between Nautica and Dez. No backdoor love here; just a simple encounter of the chemistry-laden kind, which finds Nautica down on all fours taking it like a poodle in heat.