|Released||May 17th, 2010|
|Running Time||186 Min.|
|Company||Vivid Entertainment Group|
|DVD Extras||Bonus Scenes, Fetish Menus, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Anthony Rosano, Katie Kox, Sierra Skye, Jerry (I), James Deen, Rachel Love, Alex Gonz, Ava Rose, Mick Blue, Billy Glide, Alison Tyler|
|Critical Rating||AA 1/2|
|Genres||Big Bust, Big Butt|
This time we're laying it on thick. Five big scenes ... five big girls ... five big, round asses. Rachel Love, Katie Kox, Ava Rose, Alison Tyler and Sierra Skye—taking two dicks at once, begging for facials, fucking outside in broad daylight, oiling up their giant natural tits, and teasing their fat pussies for the camera just the way B. Skow likes it. It's Curvaceous 2, the sequel! Or as we like to call it, Big Love without the Mormons.
A cast of huge, natural girls with humongous tits and quite a few extra pounds make up the cast of this rather mundane big-tit movie, where the sex scenes never ignite, even when the girls are willing and able. For example, Rachel Love (with ridiculously large mammaries) easily handles two cocks after the guys eat whipped cream off her boobs, and with all her sexual energy, you’d think the scene would be hot. She’s really into it, but it does not translate to the viewer.
Sure, we have to suspend disbelief when watching porn, but after a mattress miraculously appears in the kitchen where Katie Kox is dancing for the camera so that she can fuck Mick Blue, the fantasy gets thrashed. The scene, oddly lit, has a pink tint to it that makes the sex difficult to watch.
Ava Rose has put on a few, and her scene with James Deen feels labored. Alison Tyler, a big brunette with a pretty face, shows off her natural mammaries before getting fucked. And huge, natural Sierra Skye gets fucked, with her big boobies flapping away, as a large cock enters her pussy, which is covered in a swatch of red bush.
The three hours of Curvaceous 2 feels like three weeks when watched in real time. Some editing and better videography would have helped this average DVD, which is regrettably forgettable.