Sweet Nothings is aptly titled, since the story is very sweet and about absolutely nothing. A bunch of pleasant people, the kind who forgive adultery in under two minutes, inherit a yacht from a rich uncle and find that Keisha, playing a sailing woman by the name of Salty, comes with the boat with a lifetime guarantee. Needless to say, they don't argue. Keisha is both the center of the tiny plot and the center of most of the action — a role her luxurious body is eminently suited for. Sort of a brunette Trinity Loren, the brown, buxom Keisha absolutely sizzles in a bathtub scene with Marc Wallice that is sure to unclog your drain. Shots of her just walking around in a bikini are more stimulating than most typical sex action.
Bionca holds her own too, looking bigger than I've ever seen her before and carryng the weight very well. Not to mention Lisa Melendez, running a close second to Keisha in the size department. All these players can act, but they're not given anything particular to say in a script that's not nearly fleshed out enough and eventually just peters out in a boathouse, mixing shots of the naked Keisha with close-ups of a Die Hard battery. A nice touch, I'll admit.
Sweet Nothings is well lit and photographed, with a lot of very pretty tourist-type harbor shots and the like. Although it has an absence of an engaging story, it has a tidal wave of great sex.