The movie begins with an almost girl/girl encounter as Keri Windsor, who runs a lingerie shop out of her home, offers advice and opinion to Chenin Blanc. That the scene never really takes a sexual turn was not a move calculated to appeal to girl/girl fans such as myself, but what the hellóI was still trying to figure out how Keri managed to make a buck by selling baby dolls out of her house. The answer, I think, comes when lovers Nikita Cash and Ian Daniels show up. I mean, thereís a definite appeal to a lingerie shop that doubles as a sexual hideaway.
While Nikita and Ian are getting it on among the corsets and camisoles, Keri answers the front door to find the movieís story standing on the doorstep in the form of Randy Spears, the guy who left her three years ago but who is back asking for a second chance. This is the kind of story that could be an awful downer (seeing as how Keri isnít sure she wants him back), but fortunately Keriís depressing abandoned-woman angst isnít allowed to invade the sex scenes. Thatís how it is Keriís roommate, Sabrine Maui, can parade topless past Randy and wind up upstairs in bed with Kyle Stone wondering what turns American men on.
Probably the best scene in the film, Sabrine and Kyleís tryst begins with Kyle rimming and tonguing Sabrineís ass, after which she gives him a good blowjob. After a couple more positions, Kyle cums on Sabrineís face. Sabrine Maui is a hell of a babe, and director Roy Karch puts the reverse cowgirl position to good use in this scene, giving us a number of enticing shots of her.
Before Randy and Keri inevitably jump in the sack, we get to see Ruby, wearing glasses, taking it slow and easy in the ass in the bathroom from Randyís buddy Steve Hatcher, and the return of Chenin, in a scene with her real-life husband Cheyne Collins. Neither of these scenes is quite up to the standard set by the first two, but Keri and Randyís coupling brings the sex back on track and the movie to a satisfying close.
Iím not going to tell you that the sex in this scene or any of the others is searing; honestly, itís pretty basic stuff. But it works because the performers are into it, theyíre having a good time, and a little of their enthusiasm rubs off on us. ďBare NecessitiesĒ isnít a movie you watch at midnight, when your options have run out; itís a movie you put in when the night is still ahead of you.