If you agree that porn, bless its heart, is about dressing up the solitary act of masturbation, then the couples’ movie is itself kind of a fetish; It is a paraphilia in which viewers use the performers as props for their own sordid offscreen strivings.
“…so many people (who don’t write porn) talk about how easy it is to write a porn script…”
Any poor shmoe can tell you that there is nothing more lonely than being loved “like a friend.” Follow hapless Anthony Rosano as he tries to break free of “The Friend Zone” in this excellent couples’ film from New Sensations.
“I don’t want you to be a porn girl,” Bobbi Starr says to Sparky SinClaire. “I want you to be a real girl.”
You say that Worf is brown, and you want a Triple X Ro-down?
I knew I was dealing with serious Trekkies when Giles, the British Patrick Stewart lookalike whose business card features the actor dressed as both Jean-Luc Picard and Dr. Xavier from “X-Men,” used the word “canonical.”