Booby Trap (2009)

Things that can go wrong when men attracted to big boobs act like big boobs.

Director:

Kelly Holland

Writer:

Marc Cushman (as Cash Markman)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tanya James ... Gary's Girlfiend
Alanah Rae ... Natalia
Brooke Belle ... Dirk's Wife
Lexi Tyler ... Lesbian (as Lexxi Tyler)
Audrey Bitoni ... Evelyn
Sienna West ... Guadalupe
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marc Cushman Marc Cushman ... Dirk (as Cash Markman)
Tommy Gunn ... Adrian
Nick Manning ... Gary
Danny Mountain ... Glen
Randy Spears ... Baby Randy / Guadalupe's Lover
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Things that can go wrong when men attracted to big boobs act like big boobs.

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Genres:

Adult | Comedy

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 August 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Penthouse's Booby Trap See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Penthouse Video See more »
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Color:

Color
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Powerhouse femme cast, but god awful script
27 February 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

Cash Markman ruins another adult feature, in one of his innumerable Penthouse Video assignments of a decade ago, with this woebegone tribute to fabulously built actresses. Poor director Toni English/Kelly Holland should have looked elsewhere for inspiration.

Markman even shows up with a non-acting performance as a cuckold, whose wife Brooke Belle has lesbian sex with similarly stacked blonde Lexxi Tyler, kicking poor Cash to the curb.

But the killer insult here is casting a hammy-beyond-belief Randy Spears as a baby, yes dressed in silly hat and sitting SPFX-style in a high chair as the show's host. He delivers dumb remarks introducing each pointless vignette, and is rewarded illogically with an adult role in the final one, getting to hump the fabulous Sienna West. She ties for breast in show with Alanah Rae, though all the gals are mah-velous to gaze at.

Such sabotage strikes me as indicative of a form of self-loathing that comes with the territory: would-be screenwriter Markman is clearly dissatisfied with his lot in life, cranking out junk for pornographers and an audience that doesn't care.


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