Sticky Lips is a good feature that would have been even better if it had quit while it was ahead, and I'll explain why.
Randy Spears starts out as a creatively frustrated, workaholic porn director. He's making a really lame sex film with really crummy dialogue and acting, and he's got that zomboid STARE that most directors develop after about their 200th XXX feature. Spears and producer Buck Adams lock in verbal combat over shrinking budgets, and Spears' feelings are amplified in brisk, acerbic, and some of the best sound bites I've heard in a XXX script in quite a while.
All this is terrific…until, in the middle of nowhere, Sticky Lips (also the title of a mainstream film about the making of a porno flick) turns into Groundhog Day. The premise now, has Spears reliving all those confrontations with Buck and all those bad dialogue scenes from his XXX feature! This manipulation is a shame, in a way, because Sticky Lips has some mighty intelligent things to say about the eroding nature of the business, and could have stood on its own without resorting to a scene-bloating, porn-tested formula of monkey-see, monkey-do.
Spears who plays essentially the same part as he did in All That Sex is really good, as is the rest of the cast, especially Randy West, who seems to be getting better with age. Overall, the sex is quite energetic and Buck contributes to the highlights by banging both Sahara and Nikki Sinn in the ass in their three-way. My only quibble here is that Nikki's turn is all too brief. West pairs off with lovely Roxanne Blaze in the feature's opener, and Roxanne comes on for the cowgirl/doggie finale with Spears. Newcomer Kitty Yung is sparkling and into her part as the P.A. She had a twin-head dildo scene with Sahara as well as a nice outdoor doggie coupling with West. With a great shot of Roxanne Blaze on the boxcover, make sure this feature gets ample display in your couple's section.