Julia Ann (2013’s “This Ain’t Terminator XXX“) suddenly finds herself forced to confront long tucked away romantic desires when she discovers that her daughter, Vanessa Cage, is dating one of her former pupils – a “bad boy” that she had once herself lusted over. Sadly, due to the age difference and the fact that student/teacher relations are generally frowned upon, Ann never acted on those desires. James Deen (2012’s “Fuckenstein“), playing the boyfriend/ex-student and centre of the proverbial whirlwind, is in much the same boat as Julia. As it turns out, Deen carried a torch for Ann too, and, in her presence so many years later, he’s fully enchanted by what he sees. She’s more beautiful than he remembered and all those affections from his youth flood back, fully re-charged and desperate to be acted upon in this current, more adult setting.
A fictional book titled “Red and White”, about a man and a woman of differing ages who sacrificed all for love, acts as a symbolic bridge between the two – allowing them to explore verbally what they can’t do physically.
In the end, it comes down to sacrifice. Tossing away a perfectly loving relationship with Cage is the burden that befalls Deen. For Ann, the one with the most to lose, it means splitting from her long time boyfriend, Mark Davis, and possibly irreparably damaging the relationship she has with her daughter.
Playing her character as cool, collected, overly rational and slightly tortured, Julia Ann provides further evidence that, yes, some of these porn girls can act – and act very well. She’s electrifying here; classy and smart, and it’s easy to digest why Deen might want to throw caution to the wind to be with her. With his recent cross-over success appearing in “The Canyons” with Lindsay Lohan, Deen seems to be riding a wave of popularity right now, turning up in every other movie released and even cooking up a monthly food show for Lee Roy Meyers’ Woodrocket internet venture. Deen’s strange kind of assured awkwardness (which morphs into suave in the heat of the moment) works well with this character. Rounding out the show is Mark Davis (1995’s “Player“), as the quiet, contemplative boyfriend of Ann; Vanessa Cage (2013’s “It’s Okay She’s My Stepdaughter 12“, as the dippy, effervescent daughter/lover (she doesn’t factor as strongly into the movie as one might think); and, lastly, Dana Vespoli, a teacher friend of Julia’s whom she rings up looking for love advice.
In the opener, Deen interrupts Vanessa Cage’s phone chat with her mom. He’s eager for a little early morning nookie and Cage, a gorgeous blonde with a yummy body, medium/small tits, a navel piercing, three stars on her right foot and another under her right ear, decides to indulge him. She sucks his cock and then consents to having her shaved pussy drilled in spoon for several minutes. They stop briefly for a heated sixty-nine session followed by more sex in two positions (cowgirl, missionary) culminating with Deen exploding his genetic goop across her tummy.
After sharing dinner with Deen and Vanessa, Julia is feeling frisky and decides to hit up her man, Davis, for sex. Given that they first performed together all the way back in 1996 in “Julia Ann Superstar” and have appeared in over a dozen films together since, it’s easy to see why they are so comfortable in each others presence. They swap oral pleasantries then Julia saddles up for some steamy multi-position sex including cowgirl, missionary, side-saddle, missionary, doggy, spoon and missionary again, ending with Davis spurting off across her pubes. She grabs his cock and squeezes out a single drop. Hot.
In the next room, James Deen mentally reverts back to his school days, dreaming about Julia Ann, in glasses and tight fitting conservative outfit, crawling into bed with him. He sucks her tits and they have brief simulated sex as Cage sleeps right next to them.
The next day, Julia dials up her friend, Dana Vespoli (2012’s “Love Hurts 2“), to talk about the situation with Deen and her blossoming feelings for him. She’s eager to hear what Vespoli, an ex-co worker of Julia’s who switched over to a smaller community college, has to say about age disparity in relationships. Vespoli is a romantic who feels that matters of the heart should trump everything thus re-affirming Julia’s feelings on the matter. Hanging up the phone we see that Vespoli has one of her students, Dane Cross (2012’s “New Pussy For The Crushin’ 2“), in her bed. She’s already dressed for work but decides to indulge his request for sex. This is a very good scene that commences with Dane munching her box. Lots of eye contact, whispering and soft moaning as they Dana takes his cock in missionary, spoon, cowgirl, doggy and missionary again, ending with him spurting a healthy load across her pubes.
Acting on her urges, Julia stops by her daughter’s place knowing full well that she won’t be there. Not to be rude, Deen invites her inside for a drink. A conversation about “Red and White” quickly turns awkward when Julia applies the relationship in the book to their own situation, asking Deen what he is willing to sacrifice for love. Deen is a smart cookie, grasping early on what she is suggesting. He isn’t cool with it, initially. The sudden realization that his dream girl (literally) is sitting across from him propositioning him, proves too much for him to take. Before long they are making out – acting out an event ten years in the making. Lots of energy here, as Deen orals her and then makes love to her in a trio of positions (missionary, doggy, spoon and missionary again) as she frantically rubs herself off. The sexy hushed verbal banter between them as they fuck is scorching much different than the crazy, bizarro encounter they had in Mason’s “Gangbanged 4“. Julia grabs his cock out of is hand and helps him to stroke off to a huge load across her tummy. Like with Davis earlier, she squeezes a couple more drops out of his cock. The two sit smooching and contemplating the reality of their new relationship… and the heartbreak to come.
Date of Manufacture: July 25 and 26, 2012. Release Date: February 13, 2013.