“Pizza Guy” starts off with Tony Tedeschi delivering a “sausage” pizza to Christie Lee. Thirty seconds into the dialogue, the alleged “director” and “cameraman” come onscreen to have a fake disagreement over the lame script (which it is). When the guys finally stop their inane, unfunny commentary, Tony and Christie begin having fun. It’s a decent scene that ends with Christie jerking him off all over her smiling face.
“Strip Club” seems to take forever to set up the sex between August and Barrett Blade. They talk incessantly about how this stripper/customer plot is so typical of porn fare. Finally, they start going at each other and have a spirited romp before he sprays her mug with Barrett juice.
The “director” comes back to coach Brandon Iron at the beginning of his scene with Dana Vespoli entitled “Locker Room.” There is just too much dumb dialogue between the three of them to keep any heat in the scene. Brandon and Dana continue talking incessantly during the sex, which is devoid of any exciting moments save his shoving his cock up her ass. He finally comes on her cheek to end a stupid scene.
“Calling Dr. Love” is set in a doctor’s office. There is more idiotic interplay between the “doctor,” Steven St. Croix, and the “director.” When the patient, Roxy Jezel, finally starts sucking Steven’s cock, she is wearing a hospital gown. Hard to believe she looks better with it on than off, but when she doffs it she reveals a hideous tattoo on her entire right shoulder blade. He gets a little rough with her, choking, slapping, and pulling her hair. At one point he shoves his cock so far down her throat that her eyes water. That’s always a pretty sight! The RC looks good, however. He pulls out to come on her belly and she gives some nice PCH.
There’s more dumb debate on the merits of the script between Rich Handsome, Lisa Marie, and the “director” at the beginning of “Office Whipper.” Once that ends, the cute, slender Lisa Marie strips and starts sucking Rich’s cock. They frolic on his desk before Rich gets poorer on her sweet face.
In trying to debunk porn’s hackneyed clichés, this movie becomes a cliché itself. It is smut attempting to be campy, always a dangerous combination. And while it delivers good sex, you’d be advised to FF past the attempted humor in order to stay interested.
The DVD offers a Behind the Scenes, a Slide Show, and some Internet info. No condoms were used.