April is being terrorized by a masked man with a power drill. No, that's not a euphemism for anything. He removes his mask and tells her that, goshdarnit, he loves her. As we pan back from the scene we see that it's actually a scene within a scene, as director James Bonn asks cameraman Anand if he's gonna cut. Anand just waves him off - the action's just getting started. As April and her guy start moaning and peeling off clothes, Bonn turns to production assistant T.J. Hart and asks, "Is this gonna cost us extra?" As the crew watches in disbelief, April gets fingered and eaten, gives amazing head, then gets logjammed. The crew applauds once she's done, and the cameraman leads her off set, congratulating her on her performance. Her partner, however, is out cold and too pooped to care.
Elsewhere, Aurora Snow is unpacking goodies for what we suspect is the wrap party for Bonn's big production. Snow has been having issues with his work schedule, and more specifically, that he cast April over her for the lead in his show, a hot button soap opera. Soon the gossip is flying - April is actually married to someone else, hired conditionally because they wanted her husband, and wouldn't you know, she got hot and heavy with someone else on set. Titillated, Snow allows Bonn to pull up her skirt and go to town, giving us a warm but standard sex scene.
The party gets started, complete with a blow-up doll as a chips and dip tray, and continues our story with more behind-the-scenes actor dramatics and whatnot. It's all very Aaron Spelling-esque, and at times, hard to follow. So let's concentrate on the raucous scene between Hart and Shelbee Myne, who grab and grope each other with reckless abandon until the passion becomes too hot for Myne, who runs off to fetch a dildo. Firmly in hand, Myne uses it on Hart who is pushed against a metal door, slamming it against the wall behind her with every thrust. Hart returns the favor by sticking a smoothie vibe up Myne's ass. Yee haw.
Aside from the odd audio trouble, the production values are good. The story gets a little heavy in parts and the sex tends to lean toward the well-traveled road of kiss kiss, oral oral, suck suck, but that's not always such a bad thing, especially for couples who aren't ready for something a little more advanced. Wrap Party should be just the right speed for those who are still relatively new to porn viewing.