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Released: May 04th, 2010
Running Time: 109 Min.
Director: Robby D.
Company: Digital Playground
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes Featurettes, Dolby Digital, Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Manuel Ferrara, Riley Steele, Tommy Gunn, Jennifer White, Mick Blue, Kortney Kane, Scott Nails, Kayden Kross
Critical Rating: AAAA
Dick and Jane are a happy couple until Jane starts to neglect Dick. Jane’s sister immediately steps in and the situation gets sticky. See how Dick blows off his steam and makes it a happy ending for everybody.
A nicely conceived couples’ movie with some nifty acting and a few great sex scenes, The Smiths features Kayden Kross in her first release for Digital Playground, and her career just keeps humming along. She plays Manuel Ferrara’s wife and although they are a seemingly happy couple, she seems to be ignoring him. Plus, she’s hiding a secret.
Ferrrara, faced with blue balls, dreams and fantasizes that every girl is naked. He rebuffs offers from co-workers to nail the glory hole girl (Kortney Kane), who sucks Scott Nails through a hole in the bathroom door and then fucks him all over the stall. He walks in on Mick Blue anally fucking new office assistant Jennifer White. And he’s left home alone while the beautiful Kayden fucks Tommy Gunn at her work.
Once the clever secret is revealed (which we won’t ruin here), Manuel gets to fuck both Kayden and her sarcastic sister Riley Steele in separate scenes, both hot. When he ravages the spectacular blonde Riley, we see her perform her very best sex scene to date, with hot fucking and even some foot action.
Kross is sexy in sunglasses and with her hair back, and in the shower as she caresses her perfect breasts, flat belly and firm ass. Director Robby D. does a great job teasing the viewer, until Kross finally unleashes her bawdy sexuality in both of her scenes. The acting from Kross, Ferrara and Steele is very good, the dialogue sharp and the sepia videography fitting with the mood of the feature. An all-too-brief BTS is the highlight of the extras.