“Too Good To Be True” is an okay production from SunLust, Vivid, and director Sunny Leone that’s a bit on the spotty side—sometimes it’s much better than at others—and that also suffers to some degree from technical and production issues. In terms of the former, the screen resolution could be much better in places, and for the latter, there are two scenes that are essentially drowned out entirely by music (not even good music) playing over them. This really detracts from the experience that is this disc. That’s not to say that there aren’t bright moments, of course. For instance, the Lexi Belle / Franziska Facella girl-girl encounter is super-sexy, and Rachel Starr has a very good solo sequence, as well. That said—and in all honesty—these two scenes are really the only reasons that this release cracked three-stars in this review and didn’t remain mired in the two’s. With that all out of the way…let’s take a deeper look at the action.
Scene One couples Sadie West and Tiffany Tyler in a good-to-very-good romp in a red room with metal plates on the walls and a black leather seat. This is the same room that one finds in a lot of Evan Seinfeld’s old releases. Sadie is animalistic in this one—which is a good thing—and the ladies employ their fingers, tongues, dildos, and vibrators in sating each others’ carnal desires. There’s also some open-mouth spitting that takes place, and the women gag each other with a pink double-dong at one point. All in all, this is a strong sequence. In Scene Two, Ariana Fox—clad in silky pink hot-pants and a loose, silky, flowing black top—strips down and masturbates in a stairwell. This is good. Scene Three features Beverly Hills and Capri Cavalli on a sheet-covered sofa in a home. Capri starts off by killing some time masturbating as she waits for the return of a lingerie salesman, and then Beverly makes her entrance. A good girl-girl encounter ensues that involves the use of fingers, tongues, 69’ing, and the two women using glass dildos on one another.
In Scene Four, Alyssa Reece and Jessica Bangkok get it on in a marble-floored room featuring a white piano. Jessica appears to be teaching Alyssa how to play the piano, but things quickly transition into them playing with each other. There’s oral sex, rimming by both ladies, fingers, and vibrators employed in this segment that—had the music not wiped out the actresses’ interactions (big problem here)—would have likely ended up at the very good level. Scene Five involves Estrella Flores as a stripper who’s dancing in a private room for Prinzzess Sahara. There’s a pole in the center of the room that’s surrounded by a circular white sofa, and this—of course—is where the action ultimately takes place. After tipping Estrella well, the two women get it on…and fingers, tongues, and vibrators are all made use of before this one closes out. Again—and unfortunately—music (not-so-good rap this time) severely obscures the goings-on. I would call this one okay-to-good, overall.
Things do start to brighten up a bit with Scene Six, a solo-girl sequence by Rachel Starr. Rachel really knows how to position herself in this one, and it makes for a strong performance. Taking place in a bedroom with a rock n’ roll theme, Rachel masturbates heavily with a black vibrator. Did I mention that her legs are cuffed together with a long chain? Hot stuff! It’s Scene Seven that’s the true gem of the disc, however. A conversation about boys and kissing between Lexi Belle and Franziska Facella (of whom I’d really like to see more) devolves into full girl-on-girl action. The festivities take place in a pink living room on a light-brown sofa, and tongues, fingers, and vibrators (cool positions) are all employed by the ladies in bringing each other to climax. By far, this is the best scene on the disc—excellent stuff!
In terms of bonuses and other items, there are six “Trailers” from which to choose, and there’s a “Photo Gallery” that plays a slideshow of “pretty-girl” shots and stills from the production. There are also two advertisements that play upon inserting the disc. That’s it.
All in all, this is a spotty release that has its bright moments, but that also has its not-so-bright moments and its technical / production issues. I would recommend a rental before a purchase here…if any of the items sound interesting.
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