Even at 62 minutes, this one's waaaaaaaay too long. Six guys are sitting around playing poker. Bored with the game, someone suggests they play strip poker. One of the guys refuses and leaves. Another follows after him. The four remaining guys: Kevin Cobain, Dom Sinclair, Paul Carrigan, and another I don't know lose all their clothing and start having sex. Kevin and Paul pair up; Dom and the other dude do, too. While they are sucking dick, Rick Rogue and another guy see them from outside and they get it on. Then it's back inside for the fucking with Kevin and Dom as the fuckers. Kevin is a nice looker and Paul and Dom are seasoned pros, yet it's hard to imagine more lackluster sex. (Yawn) For the final scene it's the two guys who left the game. I was glad they left. Talk about your anti-climax. The extras include a photo gallery (who cares?) and trailers that are nothing but phone ads for straights. I've seen some pretty bad films in my time.
Someone came up with a clever idea: to parody the white house intern scandal with a gay version of same. Having done that they obviously didn't think they had to do more. What a brilliant opportunity thrown away! Dino Phillips is the President and Seth Black is the new intern. Now I like both of these perfomers, but they just go through the motions here. They don't even attempt to feign interest in one another. It's just let's do it, get the check, and go home. So Dino screws Seth with a huge picture of George Washington on the desk watching it all. There are two additional scenes with white house staff members, but they aren't any better. And there's a final scene with the President's favorite intern, Leo Masters. But once again, the Prez seems indifferent. Maybe, he's worried about the state of the economy. As I said, this could have been a fun film with Seth turning into a Monica Lewinski, attempts to dissuade him...the possibilites are endless! Why didn't anyone pursue them? Because they knew the concept alone would sell this film.