Up to now, most of the productions directed and/or written by W. Bosley Delongprez seem to have been pretty much mangled in the editing. Much of his clever writing is left on the cutting room floor. But whoever was responsible this time, be it veteran director Mitch Spinelli (who's been around a bit longer than his youthful appearance makes it seem) or the editor, Boz has this time survived the errant electronic knife, and this feature makes it to the screen with most (or all) of his shtick intact.
In this entry in en "Wonderful World of Wendy Whoppers" series, Wendy wants to go Dr. Frankenstein one better and performs a brain transplant. The candidates for brainswitch are the sexually incapacitated dictator of Huevos Rancheros (Joey Verducci) and a prophylactic salesman (Mark Davis). There are numerous comedy bits sprinkled throughout, including some Airplane-type humor. (Keep your eyes open for such things as a book titled "A Liver Runs Through It.") You'll quickly discover who can and who can't deliver comedy lines; Joey Silvera and Mark Davis, yes; Cody O'Connor (in a non-sex role) and Tara Gold, no.
Spinelli has used the long running time to give each of the five sex scenes its due, so when Tina Tyler, the dictator's potential widow, seduces prime minister Jonathan Morgan, there's lots of foreplay before Morgan's pants are off. Likewise, in Wendy's two scenes, you know that her tits are going to get the lion's share of the attention, first from Verducci and later from Davis. The camera moves, and you don't realize that the scene is as long as it is because of the fluidity of the picture. Even Tara Gold, who usually gets stuck in amateurish pro-am jobs, comes off well with male nurse Silvera. Boy, does Tara like to have her boobs played with!
Also a treat was the appearance of nurse Bianca Trump, of whom we have seen little this past year and a half. She and Morgan get it on, and it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out the main thrust of Jonathan's attention.
Customers who like big-tit comedies, long sex scenes and generous running times should be steered toward this brightly boxed, excellent release.