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Released: Oct 13th, 2009
Running Time: 99 Min.
Company: Adam & Eve Pictures
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes Featurettes, Bonus Footage, Bonus Scenes, Dolby Digital, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Marco Banderas, Tommy Gunn, Faye Reagan, Dane Cross, Evan Stone, Bree Olson, Shawna Leneé, Madison Scott, Jewel Styles
Critical Rating: AAAA
Adam & Eve contract star Bree Olson gives this flick two tits up—way up! Bodacious Bree turns XXX film critic when she joins her horny gal pal to review a series of blockbuster adult releases in this rowdy romp! Sex and sarcasm blend seamlessly when Bree and her pretty playmate explore the best of each others' boxes and the worst that Hollywood's steamy knock-offs have to offer! This is one trip to the theater you won't want to miss!
DCyhper has fun with movie titles in this return for him to the director's chair after a fairly long respite. The Bree Olson vehicle, which DC also penned, has her hosting a movie review show that rolls clips from such cinematic opuses as ET: Extra Testicle, Harry Pussy and the Sorcerer's Bone and our decided favorite, A Cock in Lips Now.
The humor for the most part gets kind of lost in the delivery, but there are a couple of choice tidbits, like Marco Banderas' glowing third nut in Extra Testicle and the name of newbie Jewel Styles' character—"Whoremione"—in Sorcerer's Bone. Earning the latter another point is the casting choice for Harry of AVN Best Male Newcomer Dane Cross, who not only proves amusingly fitting physically, but handles the Brit accent fairly decently, as well. What's more, his and Styles' sex scene is probably the hottest of the show, though Olson's closing girl/girl with Faye Reagan is nothing to sneeze at.
We must say it's good, in this age of the neo-parody whose lone method of sidestepping plagiarism charges is inserting the words "Not" or "This Isn't" before the title, to see someone at least devote a smidgen of energy to thinking creatively.