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Nick Capra Dirty Talk 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Tony Scalia, Dillon Press, Bret Wolfe, Nick Capra, Arpad Miklos, Pascal Bruno, Chet White
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 2/3/2006
Nick Capra Dirty Talk reviews:
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As Jett Blakk did for Jason Ridge in THE BEST OF JASON RIDGE, he now does for Nick Capra, another star who has blossomed under Blakks astute direction. The result is NICK CAPRA DIRTY TALK. Bret Wolfe, a good friend, interviews Nick. Wolfe makes it easy for Capra to speak freely about his life, loves, and art. There are times when they forget they are doing this for others and go off onto tangents that make us feel neglected but on the whole were seldom bored with their conversation. Bret comes across as a warm friendly sort of laid-back guy. Nick in contrast appears to be a tad hyper, the type of guy its exhausting to be around for any length of time. He comes across as frightfully intelligent and so open and honest that he must have and made many enemies as well as friends. Another surprise is that he is much lighter than the macho stud he appears to be in films. We begin with a solo. Nick lies on a sofa and pounds his pud. It doesnt take him long to shoot a load. Then, with more or less introductory comments, we are treated to three of Nicks scenes for Red Devil.
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Canvas 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Kylie Ireland, Michael Knight, Chad Hunt, Tony Scalia, Jason Ridge, Alex Leon, Sebastian Jaymz, Rob Romoni, Nick Capra
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 12/9/2003
Canvas reviews:
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At Red Devil Jett Blakk does not make porn films. He makes porn movies. Theres a difference you ask? Yes, there is. A porn film is one in which anonymous guys walk into a room and fuck. A porn movie is one in which there is a strong story, three-dimensional characters, and full-fledged production values. Of course guys still walk into a room and fuck, but we know these guys, and as a resultwe become much more involved in their sexual activity. We know we are in for something special when the credits roll over close-ups of a brush leaving paint on a canvas and Jake Renders fine rendering of Schuberts Trio in E-flat booms out from the screen. (Viewers may remember its being used in Kubricks BARRY LYNDON. Its beautiful yet at the same time slightly sinister. Incidentally, Schubert was gay.) The film opens with Ross an ad executive, played by the star Jason Ridge, waking up in bed with his wife, Janie, nicely played by Kylie Ireland. (Dont worry, guys, she doesnt have sex and she keeps her clothes on at all times.).
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