20 April 2019 | lor_
Phony and inept
There's no husband in this Digital Playground romance, which should have been accurately titled "My Sister's Fiance". Its moniker was clearly just a marketing ploy to signal potential fans that DP is mining the Romantic Couples genre associated with competing label Sweet Sinner, which has released hundreds of similarly titled (relationships) videos.
Brett Rossi in the lead role is marketed with the hook of her "first boy/girl scene", a fact she trumpets in the BTS short subject. The lucky porn stud who does the honors is Erik Everhard, fiance of her sister Bibi Jones.
Meager plotline in director Robby D.'s script concerns sibling rivalry, as Bibi has taken sis Brett's former teacher Erik after Rossi goes to Frisco to attend business school. The auteur's disinterest in developing believable characters or maintaining any sense of credibility is underscored by a "Two Years Later" (after a going-away party for matriculating Rossi) scene where Bibi humps Brett's boyfriend Michael Vegas, a business school classmate, immediately, and then removes her engagement ring, noting that she only was interested in Erik because her sister was.
This embarrassing attempt at romantic cinema even has two, count 'em, two out of five sex scenes that are wholly extraneous to the story, featuring four characters who are never introduced and don't even speak. DP's Numero Uno contract star Jesse Jane appears on the beach near Bibi & Brett's mansion, and humps Richie Calhoun, and later another contract girl Selena Rose (who is not even listed in the opening credits) has sex with Tommy Gunn after a similar romp in the surf. End credits list them as well as Alexis Adams, who is not in the movie at all -her extraneous sex scene probably on the cutting room floor.
Opening credits list another contract star Kayden Kross with top billing, and she plays a former girl pal of Brett who has now taken up a lesbian relationship with Karlie Montana, so at least their sex scene together is germane.