10 August 2016 | lor_
Only Peta Jensen fans need apply
The truly awful director Brett Brando (who prefers to pretentiously bill himself as just Brando) foists another unwatchable video on the public with "Anything He Desires", an insulting vehicle supposedly based on the fantasies of last year's flavor of the moment Peta Jensen. Good luck with career longevity, Peta!
It's taken several years but this feature marks a key moment for the Brazzers label, as instead of those reliable if corny compilations of four hours worth of website vignettes to fill up a DVD release, here we get a single 2-hour feature with no extras. Considering the cast consists of a total of just two actresses, compared to the 6 to a dozen featured per video previously, it's clear a massive gyp.
It's basically a tale of sexual harassment at the workplace, though in this porn context there's no such thing. Peta dresses extremely sexily at her office job, so naturally she encourages humping by the menfolk, and it can hardly be considered uncalled for. Just a flimsy premise for a wall-to-wall sexer.
The promised fantasy element is not fantasy per se, but rather sex that Peta would like to experience. That means some fashionable BDSM lite including whipping, handcuffs and fetish gear, all meriting a massive yawn.
Bill Bailey is on hand to lend his big dick to the proceedings, and alarmingly the untalented Levi Cash, previously seen on Brazzers junkers shot in Florida like the "Day with a Porn Star" series, has been admitted to the tiny pool of Chatsworth male sex players -yuck!
Allie Haze is tossed into the mix for variety and adds little to what is designed as a Peta showcase. Allie has the thrill of fisting Peta, after the star says "I want five" (fingers) and gets them in the pussy. This is the second Brazzers recent release featuring the once-shunned fisting content (a British-shot edition had Ava Koxxx fisting actress Georgie Lyall).
I would guess that most porn fans, whether of the gonzo or traditional story-line persuasion, would want to steer clear of such a meager offering that smacks of saving money on talent costs with its 4-person, no superstars cast list.