Always touted as "award-winning", Robby D. foisted this very weak Riley Steele vehicle on the public during his heyday at Digital Playground cranking out dozens of formulaic rom-coms. It's one of their worst efforts.
Apparently the director spent the shoot looking at his watch rather than the monitor for each scene, as little of interest happens. The entire story line has Scott Nails' friend Riley advising him on his love life, fixing him up on dates with her friends and right on cue finally converting their 6-year-long Platonic relationship into humping in the final reel. Robby ends the boring feature with a money shot and no "happily ever after" banter or anything.
Opening is a mechanical sex scene starring Manuel Ferrara's big dick (and tiresome mannerisms) opposite Mason Moore's huge breasts and overdone tattoos. Attempt at slapstick comedy is poorly executed, as her boyfriend Scott catches them after the act, and is disillusioned.
Spunky Riley fails to cheer him up with some bad dates, beginning with beauty Breanne Benson (a blonde who steals the movie away from lead Riley with her loveliness and energy and then Lea Lexis, who ends up humping fellow Euro import to Chatsworth Mick Blue instead of Scott.
Final two sex scenes have Riley servicing Tommy Gunn before hopping into the sack with Scott. The two leads' acting is consistently poor, with Robby giving Nails zero characterization to work with: he's simply a huge dick attached to a tattooed body. Riley lacks warmth and is merely a contract star like back in the day, delivering her requisite sex scenes almost under protest.
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