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Corporate Head

Released: Apr 01st, 1992
Running Time: 85
Director: Derek Powers
Company: AVG
Cast: David Wilson, Les Stine, Scott Berendo, Rex Stockner, Rusty Brooks, Chance Caldwell, Dylan Fox, Tom Farrell
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA

Yet another "sex-in-the-office" story, this one is centered on the attempts of Bulging Boy Menswear to recruit more buyers through a very personal PR campaign. The first scene, in which PR rep Dylan Fox relieves the tension of boss Torn Farrell, is about as hot and steamy as you'll find anywhere, with both actors at their spectacular best — which means, by the way, that they actually remain in character during the sex itself. And the last scene, with leather queen Rex Stockner dominating PR rep David Wilson, is at least out of the ordinary. Although neither actor is exceptionally attractive, both sustain an impressive sexual tension by actually acting during the sex. Why have so few directors figured out this basic truth? The fantasy can't stop with the establishing dialogue; it must continue through the sex as well. Unfortunately, the two middle scenes are not quite up to par, in terms of either scripting or acting. But let's face it — two scenes that actually work constitute an occasion for celebration in today's market. Enjoy.


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