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X-Pressed Desires 
(3.8 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: Nick Stone, Jeff Baron, Rick Randy, P.J. Dixon, Ian Mathis, Julian Morino, Ricky Amman
Release date: 9/22/2003
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The Little Details Running Time: 81 min. Production Date: 2003 Director: Miles Strayhorn Cast: Nick Stone, Jeff Baron, Rick Randy, P. J. Dixon, Ricky Amman, Ian Mathis, and Julian Morino in major sexual roles and Tom Spade, Trey Anubis and Evan Teed in minor sex roles and bonus footage. The Short Story Initial Expectations: I wanted to check out a couple gay movies, and due to YogaGrrls excellent review, this seemed like a great one to check out. Initial Reaction: It left much too much unexpressed for me. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting artistic gay porn that doesnt push things too far Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting hard gay porn or not a lot of oral action The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: The technical aspects are way on the artistic side. The audio of the performers comes and goes, but is normally pretty well balanced. The video is much more artistic. Its often on the dark side and a bit soft.
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Cast: Nick Stone, Jeff Baron, Rick Randy, P.J. Dixon, Ian Mathis, Julian Morino and Ricky Amman in major sex roles; Tom Spade, Trey Anubis and Evan Teed in minor sex roles and bonus footage. Director: Miles Strayhorn Writer: Cock Robin, based on a book by Gore Vittle. Production date: ©2003 Length: 81 min. Extras: An 8-min. bonus scene "in the raw," 4 min. of behind-the-scenes footage and 18 min. of trailers (for all five of Daddy Oohhh!'s previously released titles). Audio/visual quality: Much of the camerawork has a documentary feel, allowing the viewer to experience the maze of hallways and rooms right along with the performers. The setting is Basic Plumbing, a Seattle sex club sparsely furnished with oversized industrial and art objects. At odd moments, this dark and surreal environment reminds me of Wakefield Poole's Bijou, a movie which I very much like. The lighting tends to be somewhat dimthe undersaturated colors almost approach sepia tones at times. This does fit the atmosphere very well, however, and it does not prevent the action from being seen.
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Good Morning Men 
(4.0 stars from 1 review)


Release date: 3/29/2003
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Cast: Victor Rios, Simon August, Benton Place and Roman Reade (all performers are clearly identified by credit screens preceding their scenes and also by clips in the end credits, which I appreciate). Director: Richard Wagner, Ph.D. Writer: Steven E. Webb Production date: ©2002 Length: 73 min. Extras: A 15-min. behind-the-scenes featurette and four performer galleries with 68 photos each. Audio/visual quality: The visual quality is somewhat hit-and-miss, but when it hits, it's quite nice. The lighting is about right, and very good use is made of natural sunlight in several places. The camera angles are also pleasing, with occasional peeks around the shower walls or bed canopy to give a voyeuristic feel. Video problems include soft focus shifts, slightly rough edits, mild camera shake, significant grain, a bit of moiré and a few artifacts. The technical issues are definitely noticeable, yet not so distracting that they ruin the movie.
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Funn & Games (Daddy Oohhh) 
(4.0 stars from 1 review)


Release date: 3/28/2003
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Cast: Nick Stone, Victor Rios, Simon August, Sean Anderson and Roman Reade. Director: Richard Wagner, Ph.D. Writer: Steven E. Webb (The storytelling is wordlessthere is no audible dialog.) Production date: ©2001 Length: 70 min. Extras: An 8-min. behind-the-scenes featurette and four performer galleries with 515 photos each. Audio/visual quality: Daddy Oohhh! is a young studio that's still working toward improvement in their technique. Expect some problems with grain, soft focus, rough edits and white balance shifts. The camera style is not highly explicit and usually avoids extreme close-ups. But the lighting is good overall, and the sets are visually appealing. The first scene incorporates the same classy modern rooms that appear in Good Morning Men, with a mirrored headboard providing an alternate angle on some of the action. The second scene features a sexy red and brown tribal-themed den that I haven't seen before. Daddy Oohhh!'s soundtracks never fail to please me.
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Willie Gets A Brand New Thing 
(3.8 stars avg from 2 reviews)


Release date: 3/19/2003
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The Little Details Running Time: 97 min. (cover states 105 min. which is a total DVD length) Production Date: 2002 Director: Dr. Richard Wagner, Ph. D. Cast: Jeff Baron, Nick Stone, Luc Hugo, Mateo Urrutia, Justin Strife, Gabriel Comet, and Simon August The Short Story Initial Expectations: As a straight guy Im a little nervous here, but Ive heard very good things about what Dr. Dick is trying to do with his movies. Because of that, Im more than willing to give his movies a chance. Initial Reaction: Its not quite my thing, but its very nicely done and I can see it having a decent market. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting the softer side of gay sex or whos curious about gay porn (especially women) Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting gay action on the nastier side or one-on-one gay action The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: Before the opening credits are even over, its clear that the technical aspects are going to be a little on the artistic side. The audio is very clear and nicely balanced.
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Cast: Jeff Baron, Nick Stone, Mateo Urrutia, Luc Hugo, Justin Strife, Gabriel Comet and Simon August (all actors are nicely identified by clips in the credits, which I appreciate). Director: Richard Wagner, Ph.D. Writer: Toby R. Nodtobe (based on a book by Henry David Threw, and yes, you should read the movie's end credits for even more goofy puns) Production date: ©2002 Length: 97 min. (The cover states 105 min., which is the length of feature plus the length of the behind-the-scenes featurette.) Extras: An 8-min. behind-the-scenes featurette and a slide show with 27 movie stills. Audio/visual quality: The visual quality is acceptable, but a little amateurish. There are ongoing issues with camera jitters, soft focus, color shifts, grain. The lighting is always adequate, but sometimes rather harsh and uneven. The camera operators eschew proctocam close-ups, instead providing teasing glimpses from just enough angles to confirm that the anal penetration is authentic. The balance of wide, medium and close-up shots is generally pleasing.
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Country Time, Country Fine 
(1.8 stars avg from 3 reviews)


Release date: 3/8/2003
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Cast: Jeff Baron, Brett Collins and Cody Scott (each clearly identified by clips in the credits, which I always appreciate). Director: Richard Wagner Writer: Toby R. Noddtobe, based on a book by Henri de Ballsack. Someone's had fun cooking up a slew of puns for the end credits. My favorite? The production sound mixer, Sean Song d'Moor. Production date: ©2002 Length: 65 min. Extras: A 10-min. behind-the-scenes featurette and a gallery with 42 images. Audio/visual quality: The visual quality is tolerable, but not the finest effort I've seen from this studio. The camerawork meanders at times; there are unsteady moments in the handheld footage and possibly too much use of the zoom. The focus is not always as sharp or careful as it should be. The lighting conditions also pose a minor challenge, due to the high contrast between sunlit windows and candlelit interior. Despite the flaws, the movie's never unwatchable.
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Jeff Baron is such a hot actor.. I found the film was slow to get going, but it is cool to see something different. I went for the film because I am tired of the machine sex format you get everywhere. This offers something more than that.
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After spending a great part of my life in big cities and then returning to the country, I discovered just how slowly things move in the country. The speed limit may be 55, but the locals poke along at 35; cashiers in checkout lanes hold long conversations with the patrons. So I suppose the slow leisurely pace of COUNTRY TIME, COUNTRY FINE is appropriate, but it doesnt make for stimulating viewing. There are only three persons in the cast. Jeff Baron, a gorgeous hunk of man with graying hair, black eyebrows, a small goatee, a light dusting of hair on a perfect chest, a pierced ear, nipple, and navel; and a brown-skinned cock. The type of daddy twinks would die for. Then we have Brett Collins, who has appeared in films from major studios such as ORAL EXAM and PLEDGES. Finally, we have Cody Scott whose somewhat emaciated face seems rather at odds on a fleshy body. When we join these three they are playing the local game of Seattleopoly. They play it for ten frigging minutes before there is any horseplay.
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Body Rocks 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Nick Stone
Release date: 5/29/2002
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Cast: Nick Stone, Sebastian Long (aka Roman Reade), Sean Anderson, Bryce Denem, Todd Newman, Clay Calhoon, Bart Wells, Angus Reed and Orlando Alverez. Director: Richard Wagner, Ph.D. Writer: Steven E. Webb Production date: ©2001 Length: 60 min. Extras: A 5-min. behind-the-scenes featurette, a trailer for Bodyrocks II and a gallery with 50 images. Audio/visual quality: It's clear right from the opening credits that this is a classy and artistic production. The camera traces the elegantly lit contours of an attractive nude bodyit's Nick Stone, reclining and breathing deeplywhile a smooth, sexy dance beat plays on the soundtrack. The editing is spirited and playful, with lots of special effects like split screens, picture-in-picture, monochrome tints, widescreen masks, enhanced motion, jump cuts, mirror images, blurs, frames and filters (I'm not sure I have all the correct technical names, but hopefully you get the idea). There are ongoing issues with soft focus, remnants and shadows throughout the movie, but they're not too distracting.
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