Randy Spears portrays a manual laborer who can’t stand the thought of his wife (Hyapatia Lee) being with another man. When he calls home from work, she never answers the phone and this adds fuel to his jealousy which eventually gets the best of him in the form of negative fantasies. His visions of her with another guy threaten and excite him at the same time. Maybe if he could arrange to have her make it with another man, he would fever his problem. But even if he can talk Hyapatia into it, his mental disorder might be so severe that it will still wreck the marriage.
Heavy on storyline with erotic, gorgeously shot sexual encounters, I Do 2 is a great couples film, bold in its execution and igniting fire in the well-paced sex. Foreplay and tease help the realism of the erotic encounters, which because of the individual scenes’ abbreviated duration, makes this an easy movie to watch in one sitting. Oral activity is heavily emphasized. Spears turns in one of his best acting performances as a man on the verge of really losing it due to his insatiable jealousy and lack of his own esteem.
Hyapatia looks as inviting as ever, and turns in by far her best acting stint in her long and illustrious career.
I Do 2 is a very good film with excellent production values and solid Paul Thomas direction. Obviously aimed at those more interested in tender story lines than wall-to-wall sex, general video retailers will generate big numbers by stocking this feature film. A wonderful production deserving of everyone’s attention.