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Official Judge Joe Brown Parody

Released Nov 09th, 2010
Running Time 120 Min.
Director Tony Flush
Company Black Ice
DVD Extras Behind the Scenes, Cumshot Recap, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast Mark Anthony (I), Fredrick Way, Sarah Vandella, Misty Stone, Nathan Threat, Melrose Foxxx, Jada Fire, D. Snoop, Courtney Cummz, Stylish D
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Parody

Rating

Synopsis

Time to grow up, get it together and pay up! Check out TV's favorite legal mind as he pounds his gavel with the sexiest plaintiffs and defendants ever to take the stand. These small-time squabblers are mixed up in some seriously dirty affairs, and they're ready to prove their innocence ... but Judge Joe Brown will apply the penal code as needed.

Reviews

Judge Joe Brown—known for dispensing tough love, streetwise justice and more than a bit of controversy—is portrayed here by Mark Anthony as Judge Low Down—appropriately, since getting down is what preoccupies the staff here.

First, Courtney Cummz—playing the reporter character from the original show—adds her pussy and asshole to the workplace tour on which she’s taking the judge’s nephew (Stylish D). His Honor, on the other hand, seems more interested in scheduling nooners with the bailiff than in dispensing justice. And with a bailiff as pretty and perverted as Sara Sloane, who can blame him? As he cums on her well-crafted rack, she says, “Oh, your honor, hold me in contempt.”

And contempt is what fuels a lot of the fucking here. Plaintiffs Misty Stone and Jada Fire recount the sexual misdeeds that brought them to Low Down’s court: Fire deflowered Stone’s young brother (D. Snoop) in every position known to man and woman; Stone retaliated in kind with Fire’s well-hung boyfriend (Nathan Threat). And in the final scene, though Judge Low Down has ordered an estranged couple to give their relationship one more chance, Melrose Foxxx kicks preternaturally youthful Fredrick Way to the curb after he rises to the occasion in the bedroom.

Though no one scene is a showstopper, they’re all competently done, and most aspects of the production are decent—with the exception of the sound at times.



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