Released: Apr 09th, 2010
Running Time: 111 Min.
Director: Nica Noelle
Company: Sweet Sinner
DVD Extras: Still Gallery(ies)
Cast: Dia Zerva, Manuel Ferrara, Mz. Berlin, Tori Black, Victoria Blue, Rocco Reed
Non-sex Roles: Others
Critical Rating: AAA
Rocco Reed has a problem—the young, hot romantic can't find true love. He seeks the help of therapist Victoria Blue, who sees through Rocco's "Don Juan" complex and has no patience for the young player. But is Victoria secretly bitter about her own lost love, Manuel Ferrara? What will happen when Mz Berlin turns the tables on Rocco and his fantasy comes crashing down? And what shocking surprise does fate have in store for cynical therapist Victoria?
Meant to be sort of an adaptation of the 1994 mainstream film Don Juan DeMarco without dedicating to the full-scale plot, MILF Victoria Blue stars as a therapist working with Rocco Reed, a man who believes he is the legendary lover Don Juan. Sorry, but this reviewer’s real fake Don Juan will always only be Johnny Depp, and Rocco Reed, sir, you are no Johnny Depp. However, Reed does show his fully-functioning wang while fucking chicks, and that’s more than Depp has displayed for his audience. Well-played, Reed, well-played.
Heavily tattooed and sexually dominant Mz Berlin provides Reed with his best lay of the vid, dominating him and binding his hands. His hands stay bound for quite awhile as she sucks and gets fucked by him in cowgirl. (Retailers in more conservative parts of the country should be aware of the penetration during bondage and stock this title accordingly.)
Too bad that throughout this production, there’s really choppy editing—especially during the dialogue, inconsistent audio and wobbly camerawork doesn't always flatter the performers.
The cover pimps the presence of AVN Performers of the Year Tori Black and Manuel Ferrara above all else. Black, while pretending to be a younger Blue, also pretends to be a virgin (ha!) and the scene is good but limited in appeal due to the production’s numerous flaws in execution. Black only appears in this one scene, and couples who expect to see more of her may be disappointed by this marketing choice.