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Released: Aug 19th, 2010
Running Time: 174 Min.
Director: Mike John
Company: Mike John Productions
Distribution Companies: Jules Jordan Video
DVD Extras: Cumshot Recap, Still Gallery(ies)
Cast: Baby Cakes, Katie St. Ives, Sara Stone (I), Mike John, RayVeness, Rachel Love
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Mike takes you behind-the-scenes as he fucks his favorite pros in private! Cum on a perverted vacation with Katie & Mike! Baby Cakes' big, black, beautiful boobs! When it's private & personal ... Rachel can't stop cumming! Join RayVeness & Mike on a private ANAL play date!
Here’s what we learn about Mike John when we watch Totally Unprofessional, a collection of home movies of John fucking his favorite porn stars, which he shoots himself, gonzo/POV style. The guy has great access. He loves big natural boobs, which all five girls possess. When he gets to fuck these girls, he can cum multiple times. The girls he picks have a great sense of humor and seem to be having fun.
For example, John and RayVeness have a blast playing with his video camera. While Mike fucks the large-breasted natural brunette, she takes over cinematography duties so they get a reverse POV shot of the insertion. They fuck a lot and he cums twice during the playful scene. Ditto Katie St. Ives, the curly-haired cutie who sees snow for the first time and flashes her tits. This blonde with a perfect body sucks John off in the bathtub and they fuck wildly on a bed until he splashes her bush with jizz. An additional hardcore session leads her to blow him and then jerk him off until he cums again. A POV b.j. and fuck highlight a similarly inspired sexual session with John and Sara Stone. And both Baby Cakes and Rachel Love get the home fucking treatment as well.
Amateur in theme but professional in execution, one would surmise from viewing Totally Unprofessional that everything you see is real and not scripted. That nice added touch of realism makes this a worthwhile new take on an age-old theme. Good work.