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Released: Dec 01st, 2006
Running Time: 90
Director: Michael Zen
Company: Arena Entertainment
Cast: Nick Capra, Kris Anthony, Marcos Pirelli, Justin Wells, Adrian Troy, Scott Wilde, Brett Mathews, Mark Galfione
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA

Burglar Nick Capra breaks in on a sleeping Justin Wells, and his stories about the house's hot past serve as flashbacks until the finale brings the two together. There's a forced, odd narrative that has to explain the set-ups, following a similar five-minute intro that shows photo-shoot footage before the actual film starts (and mistakenly notes that Wells has never bottomed on camera before). All involved – including accomplished director Michael Zen – have done better, but this is still a sometimes-decent diversion. Scott Wilde's boner makes the most memorable impression, an instantly hard throbber that takes care of business with Adrian Troy. Wells and Capra make an attractive pair, and both get some nice wood, but the fuck sequences have a lot of bouncing with little actual dick movement in the close-ups. Marcos Pirelli fucks Brett Mathews in the opener, while Mark Galfione sits on Kris Anthony in a chemistry-free scene.

RETAILING: Capra and Wells cover will generate some interest.


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