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Brazzers' house director Brett Brando has the burlesque sketch porn vignette down pat, but this feature length (4 scenes) release is bungled badly by BB. Saving his ass is a set of very sexy femmes.
Riley Reid plays an investigative reporter stonewalled by strictly mercenary robotics entrepeneur/scientist Mick Blue, whose first edition of lady bots to help do menial activities around the house resulted in fatalities when the bots went haywire.
He's launching the 2.0 version, but not surprisingly these fembots also have violent glitches. He tells Riley the new design prevents the fembots from having sex with their owners, but that's a lie (or we wouldn't have a porn video to watch).
The sets are crummy, special effects minimal, and writing p*ss poor. For the fans it ends up being a naarly must-see via casting as two of the bots Lela Star and contract girl Nicolette Shea, possessing two of the biggest and most alluring behinds out there, not counting natural wonders like Mandy Muse. They are flanked by Karma Rx and as a cuckolded housewife Abigail Mac, while Riley is the "normal" character.
Besides Mick, studs include a guy named Alex who I couldn't positively identify (male cast doesn't get screen credit anymore at Brazzers) and as Riley's colleague, Jessy Jones. The production (and post-production) is so clumsy that in Part 4 we can hear what robot Karma Rx has to say but all of Jessy's exposition dialog is drowned out by music and badly recorded in the first place.
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