In the BTS short subject on the DVD there is a comical time stamp count down, warning us how many minutes before Mercedez shoots her first XXX scene. That's the only suspense in this poorly done vehicle for the budding Vivid superstar, on which director Paul Thomas wisely hides behind the pseudonym "Bo Edwards".
She's cast as a stripper, who in Tony G's lazy (and awful) script suddenly marries lowlife strip club patron Tony Tedeschi. Tony and his best buddy Chris Cannon are stereotypical misogynists, and the video wallows in their dumb attitudes and pronouncements, about as entertaining to listen to as the moronic effusions from President Trump.
So we get to see Mercdez's fabulous bazooms and her overall tan in XXX action, and not much else. The corny plot ploy that Tony can't stand to have a wife who humps other men (as an Adult Film Actress) is uninteresting and the twist of him trying to get back at her by filling in for some porn stud and humping in the same scene while wearing a mask is as hoary as it is unconvincing.
Insulting junk merely made to be excerpted for all-sex purposes as bonus footage on other Vivid releases or compilations.
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