Classic adult-video ridiculousness
Like most old-school porn, this one has a story, however flimsy it may be. A group of guys are getting ready to go away on their annual lawyer convention, leaving their longing ladies at home. They think they're getting one over on their galpals, because they are really going...somewhere else (it's not clear where), and having lots of sex with random women in random situations that seem unlikely to be in the same place they were all driven to by their driver (a young Ron Jeremy (who looks a lot like Max on Happy Endings.)) The thing is, the ladies take advantage of their alone time to have plenty of sex of their own with plenty of random guys, in a form of payback.
For anyone who has seen a porno movie made in the modern era (think the end of Boogie Nights when Rollergirl has her unfortunate limo ride) this is nothing like that. Rendezvous last a few minutes at most, moving swiftly from act to act, rather than lingering through some sort of sexual marathon. Sex isn't a violent act, but rather mostly gentle and loving (and sometimes hidden from sight due to camerawork and lighting.) The women are either soft and curvy or thin and somewhat flat-chested, rather than molded out of plastic, and the guys aren't carved out of marble. And, of course, there is hair EVERYWHERE.
Now, most people don't watch an adult movie looking for story, but this isn't a modern movie. This is a classic of bad cinema; a hardcore made-for-MST3K flick. While "acting" in these movies has pretty much always been a laughable concept, this movie takes it to a whole new level, thanks to a combination of bad performances and barely-coherent scripting (not to mention some technical issues, like a lack of sync between mouths and voices.) After watching Nature Calls, starring the hilarious Patton Oswalt, and this movie, starring the substantially less funny Herschel Savage, I can honestly say I laughed way more watching Same Time Every Year.
The Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtrack is fine for what this movie is bringing, which is a pretty killer porno score and some actually interesting audio editing (the key word being interesting...not good.) There's nothing dynamic about the center-balanced presentation, as the dialogue is easy to hear (which is important in terms of laughs.) The music is probably the best thing about this movie, and the DVD delivers it well.
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