Director: Lucio Flavio
Company: Colossal Men
Cast: James Matarazo, Caio de Castro, Bruno Spinelli, Caio JW, Alex Leite, Daniel Rasek, Alexandre Pernanbuco, Alex Martins
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi
A “B” picture: Built bodies, big boners, beautiful Brazilians and Brazil—plus a “Boy, it’s bad!” script, the kind that’s so bad it’s good. When four very young anthropologists, looking like the cast of Entourage, find a feathered spear blocking a jungle path, their big-eyed leader warns, “We’re in the ‘ass eater’ territory. They’re known for being dangerous.” The tawny, near-naked natives who capture them say they can stay, “But you will have to do us favors.” His sidekick adds, “Mmmmm.” A body-painting session between the top scientist and the top native leads to a flip-fuck so good, the native suggests, “Let’s go to the bridge and do it sideways.” The hero’s two funny and one handsome friend also get great local lays, one a flip. As long as the picture stays outdoors, with the beauty of the jungle and the young, hung, lovelies contrasting with the silliness of the story, it’s divine. Two inside fucks are a little flatter. But it’s all worth a look, a laugh, and a load.
RETAILING: Brazilian nuts will beg for it. Four native/explorer scenes.