Barbarella – An Axel Braun Parody takes all of the campy sci-fi elements of the original 1968 Jane Fonda cult classic and spins the same plot into a hilarious, psychedelic, sexy porno! With an all-star cast featuring Riley Steele, Asa Akira, Alec Knight, Evan Stone, Chanell Heart, and Kurt Lockwood, the quality of this movie’s sex and script are parody-perfect. Absolutely everything about this movie sets the tone for a successful spoof-great costumes, awesome sets, a groovy soundtrack, and pretty decent acting from the entire cast. It’s worth mentioning that I’m pretty sure I enjoyed Riley Steele’s portrayal of Barbarella even more than Jane Fonda’s. Steele displays really excellent comedic timing in this movie, which, in my opinion, is almost as important as the actual sex in a porn parody. Speaking of sex, we finally get to see Barbarella fuck on-camera, whereas in the original we only saw her in her afterglow. Hooray! Read the rest of this entry »
There is no way to put this delicately: I loved Not Jersey Boys XXX: A Porn Musical so much that I called my mom to tell her about it. I warned her that she might not want to watch the whole movie and that was ok, but she’d really love the script and songs. I know she didn’t believe me, but she did ask about the song parodies. I felt sheepish telling her about “Big Tits Don’t Lie” and “Oh, She Was Tight,” but I got a good laugh from her anyway. Too bad she won’t watch the whole movie because it’s really a fun film. Even without the sex, this porn movie is worth watching. It’s perfectly cast and fucking hilarious.
X-Play and director Will Ryder are not new to the porn parody game, and Not Jersey Boys XXX is the pinnacle of their achievements to date. From the start of the movie, you’re thrust (pun) into the world of a few dime-a-dozen 60’s singers looking for a their big break. It’s not until smarmy Tommy DeVito, played by Chad Diamond, gives a naive and awkward Franki Valli, brilliantly played by Tommy Pistol, a pair of nut-cinching pants that give him the band’s much-sought signature sound. It’s called falsetto to most of us, but “false dental” to Tommy.