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Blade's Real World 2

Released Aug 01st, 1999
Running Time 79
Director Blade Thompson
Company Blade Productions
Cast Kyle Madisson, Zak Pierce, Tim Bailey, Gino, Brian Cox, Mason Jennings, Brandon (II)
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Gay and Bi

Rating

Synopsis

Stock it with the first Real World. Besides, it won\'t be long before Pierce finds himself a real following.

Reviews

Blade Thompson follows up his GayVN Award-winning Real World with this second installment in the wonderfully gay world of South Beach, Florida.  One couldn't ask for a better locale and, fortunately, the men Thompson 'stumbles upon" in the video totally embody the sexual characteristics of the town that has made it such an intriguing hot spot, especially the blond-haired, blue-eyed scrumptious hunk, Pierce.

Thompson first encounters Pierce on the beach and then coaxes him to pick up a guy there.  With Pierce's stunning good looks, it takes seconds to find jennings, who is more than happy to accompany him home for a tantalizing videotaped romp.

The fun doesn't stop there.  Thompson runs into Cox in front of a video store and convinces him to prove how bad he wants to be in the movies by picking up someone in the store.  Cox soon leads the cuddly Bailey to the back room for a decent plowing.

The delicious Pierce, thankfully, returns in a cameo appearance as he cruises the beach with Thompson for yet another conquest.  He soon finds the very handsome, dark-haired European Gino, who quickly agrees to be in a movie with Pierce  What follows is by far the best scene on the tape, with Pierce showing his dynamic versatility as he more than proficiently tops Gino.  The chemistry created by Gino and Pierce is so intense, it's a wonder the camera didn't melt.  A definite must-see.

The tape ends with Madisson frolicking with a club stripper in a rather lackluster scene.

Even with South Beach as a backdrop, Blade's Real World 2 falls a bit short of the first one; but even so, it's definitely worth a look.



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