|Released||Nov 28th, 2012|
|Running Time||150 Min.|
|Company||Sweet Mess Films|
|Distribution Company||Exquisite Films|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Interviews, Outtakes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Tasha Reign, Brandy Aniston, Andy San Dimas, Eric Masterson, Alec Knight, Steven St. Croix, Kimberly Kane, Lexi Belle, Derrick Pierce, Chanel Preston|
|Non-Sex Roles||James Bartholet, Dick Chibbles, Rodney Moore, Jack Vegas, Ron Jeremy, Penny Pax, Redd Dyver|
|Critical Rating||AAAA 1/2|
|Genre||Parody - Comedy|
Here’s a parody that can be enjoyed even by those who have never seen the dramatic series Breaking Bad on AMC. That’s not to suggest short shrift is given to the storyline. It’s just that the project—written by veteran shooter Rodney Moore, and directed by David Lord—is pitched straight at adult industry insiders and porn fans, and they’ll definitely be amused.
As in the show, Walter White (Alec Knight in a spot-on performance) has cancer; it’s left him with erectile dysfunction. Unfortunately for White, Governor Dick Froth (Steven St. Croix) has outlawed sexual enhancement drugs.
“I have acute erectile dysfunction,” White tells his doctor, played by Eric Masterson. “And you have a cute nurse,” he says, staring at Tasha Reign’s cleavage, straining against her white uniform.
“Those pills were outlawed at the same time as porn,” the doctor says. “You don’t need to have sex anymore. Consider this a blessing, Walt.” But as soon as White’s out of sight, the good doctor begins motorboating Reign’s rack, followed by a b.j., vigorous titty-fucking and sex on the desk in various positions, none of which block Reign’s jiggling jugs, which end up coated in jizz.
As in the cable show, White has a brother-in-law who’s a lawman: Hank (James Bartholet) offers Walter a chance to tag along when he and his fellow vice cops raid an underground porn production. Before they arrive we see screenwriter Moore in an entertaining cameo as the director, telling performers Derrick Pierce and Chanel Preston that the pizza delivery boy plot is “so old and stale that it’s gone full circle. It’s fresh and new again.” Soon after he gives his last bits of direction (“Think of her beautiful face as your canvas”), Moore steps off set and lets Preston and Pierce do their usual good work, set to an old-school porn soundtrack, before they’re interrupted by Walter, Hank and Hank’s partner (Jack Vegas).
Turns out that one performer, Jessie Pinkman (Brandy Aniston), knows Walt from his film class, but she’s got a get-out-of-jail card: a direct line to Governor Froth, who tells Hank that Jessie is the wayward daughter of a family friend (wink wink). And that gives Walt an idea …
The plot unspools briskly between the uniformly good and varied sex scenes (including a sweet coupling between Knight and Kimberly Kane as his wife, and a sordid three-way with the philandering Froth). It’s a well-balanced blend of porn and parody, and the two-disc set provides plenty of extras: not only a behind-the-scenes segment, but also bloopers, interviews, still photos and trailers.