Digital Sin/New Sensations b-team: Eddie & Paul (they amuse themselves no end on the BTS short subjects) delivered this cream-pie-themed video with a straight face. It demonstrates the only virtue of our video age: back in the day when you bought a ticket you generally had to announce the name of the movie (except at solo houses), and this would have been most embarrassing.
Four segments vary in quality but stick to the theme, and the gynecological closeup rules. Girls represent new and fresh talent, while big Ed and Paul have rounded up the usual gang of male idiots to service them.
Overworked Deen (I cringe when I think that he is more famous today, at least among open-minded folks who have let porn enter their lives, than his immortal namesake) takes on cute Allie Rae, a sexy blonde who resembles the Fanning sisters. They made a bet -he won, and Allie has to show her ass. What follows amounts to rape, since as Deen escalates Rae's character has no say in the matter. He dominates her, and she lapses into porn-speak. The result is an impressive pool visible in her vagina, and Deen shoots just a bit into the air to prove he's really done his deed.
Ashlynn Molloy is a tiny brunette who looks underage (as long as she's got her papers, that's a plus for the Digital Sin team). Erik Everhard is into his video games (he's quite long in the tooth for this brotherly role). When she comes home after work, the dialog is poor, making for a lame build-up/tease.
Xander Corvus is protective of his sis, little Carmen Callaway, not wanting her to date his friend Alex. She suggests Xander step in as a substitute, so he humps her. Only in porn does that logic fly.
Finale matches big-dicked Chad White with Keira Nicole (here billed as Cosima Dunkin, with IMDb listing her officially for some unknown reason with a misspelled version of that moniker). This vignette has the feel of a stag movie - she's seen bro in the shower, and now they consummate whatever.
The issue of potential pregnancy implied by the title and what we see is never alluded to, and the quasi-incest that the porn label has become so identified with is given short shrift in the pre-sex setups. With such a half-hearted approach, I wonder why they didn't dispense with dialog and "acting" and just go all-gonzo, calling it something like LITTLE WHITE CHICKS AND BIG WHITE MONSTER DICKS, with apologies to Jake Steed.
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