Released: Jan 28th, 2010
Running Time: 110 Min.
Director: Kevin Moore
Company: Smash Pictures
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Wall to Wall Option
Cast: Toni Ribas, Avy Scott, James Deen, Mark Wood, Monique Fuentes, Phoenix Marie, Prince Yahshua, Raylene, Ron Jeremy, Diamond Foxxx
Critical Rating: AAAA
Monique Fuentes is divorcing her cheating husband Toni Ribas in court. During recess she privately pleads her case as Judge Ron Jeremy willingly slides his legendary salami into her pussy. Meanwhile, Toni is checking out the stenographer Phoenix Marie, who eventually feeds her anal hunger on his dipstick. Behind closed doors, divorcee Diamond Foxx slyly uses her pussy to get what she wants from her ex-hubby's lawyer Mark Wood. Avy Scott's curvy body helps her to stay out of jail by getting it on with bailiff Prince. Raylene and James Deen are looking to split up but decide to make up instead and fuck in front of everybody in court!
Funny and sexy, The Divorcee consists of five little divorce stories, all set in and around a courtroom, with corrupt lawyers, cheating housewives, battling husbands and a judge in Ron Jeremy who has no problem fucking a suffering bride (Monique Fuentes) whose husband (Toni Ribas) will fuck anyone, including her sister and someone he met in the courthouse bathroom.
It’s cute and the best two scenes are at the end, when Avy Scott wants revenge for her husband’s improprieties so she nails bailiff Prince Yahshua, and bickering couple Raylene and James Deen go from hatred and fighting to a hot, steamy sexy scene in the courtroom in front of an audience. They are both very funny in the lead-up to the sex.
Buxom blonde Diamond Foxx fares well, fucking her husband’s lawyer Mark Wood on his desk, and Toni Ribas bangs Phoenix Marie’s ass until cum drips from her gaping anus.
The BTS is good, as are the bloopers, with Yahshua and Jeremy getting lots of laughs. Well shot and edited, this is a sexy romp, which has a menu choice of either watching with plot or just the sex. The plot’s pretty good.