Cast: Barrett Moore, Alec Metro, Alexis Amore, Jack Hammer, Sophie Evans, Toni Ribas, Bethany, Benjamin Long, Brooke Hunter, Jeremy Steele
Length: 84.5 minutes
Date of Production: 3/00
Extra's: list of movies
Audio/Video Quality: The picture looked a little grainy and the colors were off more than usual. This is one of VCA's budget releases so I don't expect as much from the movie as I would with one of their premium releases and, to be fair, it looked clear enough for the all sex nature of the movie. The audio was about average.
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Body of Review: In Casting Couch Cuties, there are 5 scenes which show a woman and guy acting like the gal's are auditioning for a role in a porno. While it's obvious that the ladies are professionals, the idea is cute enough. Personally, I'd be happy if they just dropped the premise and started off the scenes with the two getting ready to have sex but others may feel differently. Here's the breakdown of scenes by cast:
Scene One: Barrett and Alec went at it on the couch. Oral and straight with condoms like the other scenes. Not great this time.
Scene Two: Alexis and Jack went at each other. Like many of the women here, her implants looked pretty bad but she warmed up to the action quite nicely. Fair.
Scene Three: Sophie, the hottest looking gal here, took care of Toni with action that included anal. Best scene of the bunch.
Scene Four: Bethany and Ben had a scene with anal. Not a good scene.
Scene Five: Brooke, the only competition that Sophie had for most babe-licious gal of the show, took on the wacky Jeremy who rambled far too long in the set up portion of the scene. I can't blame him for sounding so lame but it did weaken the scene almost as much as his unshaven body. She looked good enough to save the scene but the sex wasn't all that.
Summary: The dvd was worth a rental during the middle of the week (bargain days at the rental store) but otherwise, you'd have to be a big fan of a few of the ladies to make it worth buying. The price is low enough to make this an acceptable idea (VCA's Xplicit line is very inexpensive) but there are other releases in the line that are better. The technical aspects were not the best I've seen but they were still above average compared to most low end companies (VCA is not one of those).
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