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Released: May 12th, 2010
Running Time: 100 Min.
Director: Brad Armstrong
Company: Wicked Pictures
DVD Extras: Dolby Digital, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Tony DeSergio, Mason Moore, Charisma Cappelli, Bridgette B., Asa Akira, Danny Mountain, Kirsten Price, Jerry (I), Eric Masterson, Marcus London, Devon Lee, Mick Blue, Brad Armstrong, Tommy Gunn, Chris Johnson (I), Raylene, Zoey Holloway
Critical Rating: AAAA
There are certain men in this world who derive great pleasure from watching their wife or girlfriend engaging in sex with other men … commonly known as Watchers or Observers. These couples are usually hyper-sexual, and enjoy role playing, swapping and group sex. Meet John and Karen Dawson (Kirsten Price and Brad Armstrong)—they are just such a couple. John can’t get enough of seeing his hot wife being ravished by other men … and Karen is only too happy to oblige. It has become an obsession. Like any obsession, sooner or later things go horribly wrong.
This cautionary tale by director Brad Armstrong chronicles the life of a married man (Armstrong) who gets off when watching his wife, Kirsten Price, bang other people. When she decides to have extramarital sex for her own enjoyment, the relationship faces grim issues.
Along the way, this taut script emphasizes very good acting by both Armstrong and Price, with some riveting sex scenes to help carry the story along. The luscious brunette Price appears in three scenes, first fucking Mick Blue for her husband’s enjoyment, next partaking in a terrific three-way with Asa Akira and Armstrong in his office, and then giving a dual blowjob just for the fun of it. Two big orgies in the underground club where Armstrong and Price stray (looking for new adventures) are both hearty, well-done group sex scenes, with tons of fucking and cumshots.
While this is not one of Armstrong’s mega-budget extravaganzas, he seems to excel at these smaller “relationship movies.” And this one is terrific couples’ fare.