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Twin Action

Twin Action

Released Oct 01st, 1993
Running Time 79
Director Frank Marino
Company Legend Video
Critical Rating AA 1/2
Genre Feature



The boxcover describes this as a "screwball comedy". Screw, yes, ball, for sure, but if this is a comedy, Bill Margold's a diplomat. The "we're stupid, you're stupid" brand of porn script is tiresome, cliché-ridden and unfunny – especially the magic aphrodisiac formula plot. As always in such plots, the inventor is a dimwit, and the villain trying to steal the formula is a stud, who sends seductresses to do the (hopefully) dirty work. A "twist" here is that seductress Lynn LeMay is a "mistress of disguise" who simply twirls around to "disguise" herself as Lynden Johnson and Rebecca Wild. I guess the tit size stays in the same neighborhood, but the teddy bear tattoo isn't part of the disguise. LeMay again proves to be a star cocksucker in the opener with villain Randy Spears, and the closer with dimwit Jon Dough, with some heavy-duty titfucking thown in for good measure in the latter scene. Lynden has a poolside boob summit meeting with Angel Bust (as Dough's wife) that doesn't impress except geometrically.

The show belongs to Rebecca Wild, in scenes with Dough, and then a three-way poolside with Angel Bust and Randy Spears, where Spears bones her doggie-style as she munches Bust's muff – but it's Bust who gets her tits splashed by Spears. Some passable sex, but Twin Action is more of a blip on thee screen than anything else. Good boxcover features Angel Bust, and Rebecca Wild fans will be pleased.

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