The gist: It's sort of a love hexagon story, with all sorts of different permutations of the relationships between two families. But the most important thing for a viewer to know is that this is a movie with a heavy emphasis on older women. If you're a barely-legal fetishist, stay the hell away. If you like the idea of experienced ladies such as Sharon Kane and Rebecca Bardoux taking center stage in a plot-heavy film, this is your flick. There aren't many others like it.
Plot synopsis: Mike Horner and Sharon Kane own an underwear factory, and Michael J. Cox is their heir. Cox is in love with Ava Vincent, who lives in a trailer with her mom, Rebecca Bardoux, a woman of questionable morals who has a past with Horner. Kane doesn't approve of Vincent because of that past, and because of Vincent's lesser socioeconomic status. Horner seems paternally fond of Vincent, but Kane is dominant in their relationship, and he meekly accedes to her views. Bardoux isn't too high on Cox marrying her daughter, either, because he's been going to his girlfriend's mom for some comfort on the side.
Kane hires underwear model Dale DaBone to break up Cox and Vincent (while sampling his goods herself), and DaBone does eventually succeed in getting Vincent to stray. But all the scheming and double-dealing ends up going awry in the end, and Vincent ultimately winds up in somewhat unexpected arms. Kane, as the villain of the piece, gets a humiliating comeuppance.
The play-by-play: Vincent puts on a show with a dildo for Cox on the hood of his SUV in the woods. She keeps working on herself while she blows him, and it moves on to a three-position fuck, some anal fingering of Vincent and a pop to the kisser.
Horner and Bardoux have an encounter on a table in a warehouse. There's missionary and doggie over the table, but no BJ except for a little cleanup after a pop on her tits.
Cox visits Bardoux for a backroom bang at the bar where she works. After the oral and some lengthy fingering, they go missionary and reverse cowgirl anal to a somewhat weak handjob pop.
Kane visits DaBone to see how the plan is going, and pretty much devours him. She's pretty intense while riding him cowgirl.
In an interlude scene, Evan Stone takes Briana Banks upstairs in the bar for a decent scene that includes some cowgirl anal and concludes with a facial.
After a fight with Cox, Vincent decides to do DaBone. She fucks him in the bar, with barmaid Kelsey Heart coming over near the end of the scene to help out just a little, jerking him off into Vincent's mouth.
Cox is so heartbroken over this turn of events that he has no choice but to jump into a threeway with Heart and Banks on the counter of a coffee shop, including some doggie anal with Heart and finishing with a pop on their butts.
Yes, after all the confusion, the one guy who really liked Vincent all along and was straight with her was Horner, who gets his reward: a sweet blowjob, some picturesque doggie outside over the railing of a balcony, and a facial pop.
A long scene ties up the plot to finish.
Pros: This is a unusually well-written feature with a plot worth following and acting that doesn't make you cringe (much). The sex scenes are mostly plot-driven, not just thrown in with a token two-line intro and "cue the music."
Ava Vincent looks great and is fully capable of carrying the movie as an actress with the central role.
Kane and Bardoux hold their own in their sex scenes convincingly, with Kane especially doing a good job of having sex in character.
No shortage of sex scenes, in diverse settings.
Cons: The movie does not star Briana Banks but has her on the cover as if it does. She does have two scenes, but I wonder if people expecting her to be the focus won't be a little pissed when they find out there's as much sex for Rebecca Bardoux.
The scene in the bar with Vincent and DaBone is a little unrealistic. The rest of the movie is basically set in the normal world with generally believable behavior, but all of a sudden you have two people fucking on a table with a lunchtime crowd just passively watching. A bit incongruous.
Sharon Kane goes off the rails in the acting department at the end, but it's a dramatic finish, and she just went a little over the top. And the fistfight is a little lame, but what are you going to do.
DVD extras: Bonus scenes -- Looks like Taylor Hayes, Jenna, Briana Banks and Raylene from Where the Boys Aren't 14; and a Briana Banks scene from The Vision. There's a "positions room", a 12-minute outtake reel of little interest, and a more entertaining 25-minute Behind the Scenes segment.
Summing up: It's a well-above-average porn feature very competently put together. If you ever wished there was more porn featuring experienced, seasoned, mature women (pick your euphemism) put this at the top of your list.
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