Mother Goose has been put on trial for obscenity, and the evidence being presented is a collection of pornographic animated shorts. Included in the mix are adult versions of Jack and the ... See full summary »
Mother Goose has been put on trial for obscenity, and the evidence being presented is a collection of pornographic animated shorts. Included in the mix are adult versions of Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella and Snow White, in which just about every sexual combination possible is given a try. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
One would hope for a little bit of tongue-in-cheek humor from a film like this. Nearly every male American can remember at least one occasion where he and his childhood friends spent an hour or an afternoon drawing (what they believed was) the female form in all it's bare beauty. But at some point, most of us grew out of that phase or at least elevated it to an art form in art classes with nude models. This film however, is a return to those inane, dunderheaded attempts to self-stimulate with poorly-sketched, explicit naughtiness. From the atrocious live-action moments that closely mirror the stiffness of early John Waters movies' "stars", to the lackluster animation, this film is a complete waste of celluloid. The vignettes are obscene, which isn't a deal-breaker, in and of itself, but they are also absolutely incoherent and moronic faux-narratives. Any letter printed in Penthouse is more structured and inspired. Avoid at all costs!
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