25 April 2019 | lor_
Sincerity trumps egotism
When Brad Armstrong stars himself as nearly the only male character opposite nine, count 'em, nine lovely leading ladies for Wicked Pictures, one has to wonder if this was simply a vanity project. But it does have a point to make (albeit rather stupid) concerning the Middle Age blues, in this case relevant to Brad's status as a rapidly aging porn star (who refuses to hang up his condoms and stick to just directing for Wicked).
To keep it a bit honest, Rocco Reed is featured as Brad's co-worker at the office, giving him all sorts of advice on how to get laid, it being Brad's 40th (or perhaps 45th -his actual age at time of shooting -the uncredited script by Brad not too clear on this point) birthday.
What follows is a series of seven sex scenes, 5 of which find Brad humping some very attractive femmes, while Rocco and the similarly looking Seth Gamble handle the other two. Not showing up on screen is Jessica Drake, who nonetheles delivers the voice-over narration in her inimitable fashion, carrying most of the show's meaning and what we are supposed to think about Brad's activities.
None of it is believable, merely the concoction of a famous porn actor-director, but it is presented in a friendly way, this being the porn genre aimed at Couples audiences. Sexiest of the cast is definitely Lela Star, running a tanning salon and joining Brad improbably on the tanning bed for some sex, her beautiful posterior just as alluring a decade ago as her new sort-of improved enlarged rump is in current porn releases.