Defining “hot sex” is, of course, subjective. But I need more than one anal pounding, three facials (out of five scenes), and one squirt to consider a flick above average, heat-wise.
Take the second scene, for example. Eva Angelina, looking very cute in dark-framed glasses) takes on Manuel Ferrara in a restaurant. What could have been a very hot session is destroyed (yes, that’s the proper word) by the camera work. Using that hackneyed porn staple of “flower pot” shooting, the camera shoots much of the action from behind a glass of wine sitting on a table in front of the fucking duo, completely wrecking the atmosphere.
Who is director Jerome Tanner making this movie for, himself or the viewing audience, when he employs this type of camera angle? Is he so bored with shooting sex that he looks for new inventive ways to do it? Well, he should stop looking. “Flower pot” camera work is an outdated ploy and is distracting to the viewer who doesn’t want “art” with his porn. Get the people fucking, put the camera on them, and let nothing come between them. Simple! Can you imagine a mainstream Hollywood director telling a cameraman to shoot a conversation between Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman from behind a potted plant 10 feet away? Rant concluded….
Aside from that, there are some lookers here, notably Missy Monroe, Jasmine Tame, and Barbara Summer. The sex is solid, if not spectacular. But to call it “hot” would be an insult to a house on fire.
The DVD extras include a Behind the Scenes feature, Trailers, Slide Show, Sex Talk #’s, and Website info.