Two guys review “My Hotwife’s Gangbang”: My Jaw Dropped When I Saw #4 (Hint: There Is No Number Four)
Both the L.A. River and Alexis Grace’s tits, apparently, are big and wet, is all I’m saying.
What if “Bra Busters” had been the first porn movie I ever saw? I’m glad it wasn’t, because I had a lot of stuff to do.
Director Eddie Powell stages the blessed event in a room filled with as many swinging lightbulbs as dicks, and this artificial setting works well with Rotten, who has made her body something both of this world (in that you want to become part of it) and beyond it.
Like the dog in the 1946 Oscar-winning film “The Best Years of Our Lives,” I imagine Staci Silverstone’s underwear is no longer with us.
I’m always sad when the new “Performers of the Year” rolls out. Even though Lexi Belle and Asa Akira carried over from “Performers of the Year 2012,” it makes me wonder if Kagney Linn Karter, Kristina Rose, Jayden Jaymes, and Gracie Glam are on a junk heap somewhere being crushed into cubes.
She’s just been in a handful of movies since alighting on the adult industry in early 2012, but Bonnie Rotten has already landed a very flattering star vehicle in Digital Sin’s “Meet Bonnie.” Why did the ultra-inked Ohioan absolutely deserve her own movie? Because she’s a porn star we can get behind.
“We will do whatever it takes for an independent California.”
“…so many people (who don’t write porn) talk about how easy it is to write a porn script…”
“Portrait of A Call Girl” is my favorite porn movie in a long time.
The number 69 should be retired if pornographers are going to continue misusing it. I felt the same way when a certain position was not displayed in “This Ain’t The Mission XXX.”