The Negro in Mrs. Jones (2002)

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15 April 2016 | lor_
Deservedly forgotten exercise in bad taste
Robert Hill is one of those egotistical porn producers, self-anointing himself King of Porn the way German porno magnate Mike Hunter did several decades ago. His releases are consistently poor, and this series of 7 useless videos is no exception.

They are IR wall-to-wall sex projects with a couple minutes of racism thrown in to get your attention. Mr. Jones, a bigoted white guy complains about black dicks and in particular his wife cheating on him with black guys. Several of the actresses recite a speech on the superiority of blacks over white men due to dick size, all baiting the audience in puerile fashion.

But what we see is interracial sex, generic at that. One scene has Mr. Jones humiliated, shunted aside off his comfortable psychiatrist's couch perch and having to watch his wife's infidelity with a black man. This is a forerunner of the inexplicably popular current "Cuckold" films where Sean Michaels, Shane Diesel or usually another black actor (but it can be a white guy if so desired) humps a wife and makes nasty remarks to the husband.

The women are almost all skanky and flat-chested, with the exception of Samantha Sterllng, a bosomy and attractive blonde in the recurring role of Mr. Jones's shrink. The guy is either a polygamist or just victim of "who cares?" scripting, as over the course of the series there are dozens of Mrs. Joneses on screen.

Byron Long is biggie among the Black dicks, and he nearly lapses into his "grunting monster" routine left over from Jake Steed's memorable series "Little White Chicks Big Black Monster Dicks", of which this one is a ripoff. Sledgehammer brings his girth to the show in two segments playing different characters (if you can classify them as characters).

Hill shows zero talent as producer-director, and manages to screw up distribution as well. The disk marked 2 has the contents of Film #1 and vice versa, quite confusing but apparently a consistent DVD error.

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