19 May 2016 | lor_
Posterior-worship pays off
This old-school Brazzers video shows there's still life in the original concepts, as the label moves on to different if not greener pastures. It's all in the casting.
Franceska Jaimes is a big draw in this sub-genre, and it was good to see her servicing the inevitable Keiran Lee in the opening segment. This particular video suffers from a lack of story set-ups; most of the vignettes are all-sex without a burlesque sketch or dirty joke styled opening story content before the humping starts.
Show-stopper has to be a physical/sexual workout for Syren De Mer, an appealing actress who I've watched in scores of lesbian dramas. Here she demonstrates a no-holes-barred gonzo approach, working up tons of sweat equity in a gang bang with three studs. She's so energetic about her d.p.'s (endless changing of positions for different concatenations of the d.p.) that at one point she screams that her asshole is open, ready and waiting for the next dick to rotate into position. This segment has the guys reduced to anonymity with their faces barely shown at all in the frame: I identified Danny D and Clover but the Third Man was a toughie - looked like Brazzers regular Jessy Jones but not sure.
Best sex segments are by bombastic Missy Martinez and London Keyes, both guaranteed to arouse.
I was taken aback by the presence of Gracie Glam, poster child for the horrible decline of porn standards in the streaming video era. At age 19/20 she was a superstar, the top young go-to actress in story-line porn, whose exposure was also on Cable TV in those soft-core edits of XXX films. Now at 25 she's reduced to gonzo assignments like this one, taking a huge cock in the ass for fun and profit. Considering how few aspiring teen porn actresses make it to the top, this meteoric career decline should stand as an object lesson.
I am so tired of those BTS interviews in which it is virtually mandatory for every young thing in the cast to declare what a fabulous business and opportunity the Adult Porn world is - completely misleading given the facts. Like the warnings on the cigarette packages, let's see some real stats on Average Career Longevity; % of Suicides, % of Drug Overdoses, etc.