Almost by definition the ongoing gonzo craze in porn (which has been going on for at least 20 years by now) tends to waste quality actors and actresses, picking up a check doing sex work far below what their talent should command in terms of roles. (It's even worse now with so many internet sites grinding out "scenes" by the thousand, and able to pay for the top players.)
So an itinerant pornographer name of Robert Madison, who appears briefly as part of the punchline of the final vignette of the video, slaps together gonzo sex scenes that are merely high-energy generic sex, ably executed by a fine cast.
In a tight top, short shorts and stumbling along on hooker high heels, Brianna Banks is visually impressive in the dumb opening segment titled "You Can Cum but You Can't hide". It makes no sense but has her sort of fleeing from location to location merely to have a threesome with Justine Romee and big-dicked Joel Lawrence. Madison spices it up with choking, slapping and domination, but it's still random sex.
"A Decent Proposal" is an inappropriate title for the next vignette, merely Euro beauty Sophie Evans subjected to manhandling by Toni Ribas and Lee Stone.
"8 Years 8 Noodles" is a pretentious porno version of a one-act play, acted in heightened manner by the porn performers as if director Madison were suddenly trying to make a serious point. It's a dinner party in which Voodoo and his wife (not Nicole Sheridan for a change) Ginger Paige extol the thrills of their work as Adult Cinema performers, contrasting with the unhappy marriage of Mia Smiles and her neglectful workaholic hubby Chris Cannon.
Other scenes are silly, ending with a shaggy-dog routine in which busty Taylor St. Claire plays a damsel in distress who calls the cops during a home invasion, only to have a threesome with those cops (Billy Glide and Dillon Day) leading to a very cornball final twist. For pretentious titles, Madison should have worked on that classic "Route 66" tv series rather than porn, christening this finale "The Gluepot and the Heat".
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