Reminiscent of the approach of Johnny Legend, especially in his commentaries mixing porn nostalgia with trivia regarding local rock & roll history, Ron Jeremy presents us with a hour and a half of self-glorification and plugs both for his own stuff (hawking t-shirts) and his Metro porn label.
With a limo on hand, he checks out L.A.'s Sunset Strip, regaling us with pointless information about bands and venues where he hung out, drinking or listening to rock & roll. "You had to be there" about sums up the content.
Premise of recruiting talent for Metro is patently phony, as the talent all proves to be familiar and recognizable porn performers, ranging from the famous (Monica Mayhem) to the obscure (Autumn) and even surprises like Daniella Rush, star of Euro Porn in the '90s. They all pretend to be neophytes, and the sex is utterly mechanical, in the back of the limo or on a couch in a Metro office.
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