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Captain America XXX

Review by: 
Sinferno
Release Date: 
2011
Studio: 
Exquisite Pictures
Genre: 
Adult/Parody
Format: 
DVD
Region: 
1 NTSC
Aspect Ratio: 
1.85:1
Directed by: 
Robert Black
Cast: 
Evan Stone
Tara Lynn Foxx
Sean Michaels
Movie: 
3
Extras: 
4
Bottom Line: 
3

Captain America XXX is the story of a popular Marvel superhero in something of an alternate universe from his recent film storyline. Perhaps you remember the scene from that summer blockbuster where he ended up getting frozen and thawed at the end only to be offered a gig at S.H.I.E.L.D? Well that offer still stands but now SHIELD consists entirely of David Banner and Nick Fury and a few other characters that were in the comic but not in the movie. Not to be outdone, Red Skull’s force has been downgraded as well and now his team consists solely of Madame Hydra, a femme fatale in a metallic green unitard who I barely remember from the comic books and certainly never like this. This is the next Exquisite Picture porno parody and considering how good Justice League of Pornstar heroes was, my expectations were high for this product, yet sadly I was hoping they would do more with this campy “Patrio-erotic” premise.

First let’s take a look at the good facets, as always in an Exquisite Pictures product the wardrobes are absolutely top notch which seems an odd thing to say about an adult film, or any other work based on utter nakedness. Evan Stone is Captain America and for once his cleft chin seems strangely apropos. Similarly, the character of Red Skull is clad in enough black leather and a form fitting red skull mask that looks ten kinds of overdone that you will absolutely pity him for having to engage in sex scenes in an outfit that for all intents and purposes is a giant vinyl and leather all concealing body condom. Nick Fury seems the spitting image of the characterization of Samuel Jackson at least according to the iconic trench coat and eye patch.  From there things gets kind of weird, it seems David Banner is also here and aside from some purple pants, there is no real attempt to have him change into THE HULK which is kind of sad, considering that I can think of hundreds of ways they might of made that funny in an adult film. Sharon Carter, (Agent 13) is on hand as well to provide intelligence reports and single sex scenes with Fury and Captain as they are needed. The other characters in this film are so obscure that they never made it outside of the comic book versions, but some research proves that all of these characters exist….Kind of…Apparently in this Marvel Universe, Betsy Ross looks exactly like a recent Governor of Alaska.

Again, the review for this product should be based on the reasons you might buy an adult film, because its strengths are unclear as compared to previous films from this studio.  It’s not a funny as American Dad, It’s not as tense as Rezervoir Doggs and while it has way more identifiable characters than Tomb Raider XXX, most of them will mean next to nothing to you because they weren’t in the recent film version which looms large in most viewers minds as it is the only onscreen reference point we have gotten for “Captain America” whatsoever for at least twenty years.

However, perhaps if quality costumes coupled with a complete lack of focus is just what you are looking for in an adult film, then this version of Captain America will save the day. While the plot is weak and discordant (even for a porno) several of the scenes do prove to be visually odd enough to where you may remember them when you see the next Avengers movie, whether it is Agent 13 performing fellatio on the “The Captain” while kneeling on his shield, or later when Red Skull, (the swastika clad zombie Nazi) plows what looks like Sarah Palin. Regardless of your political persuasion, I promise this last scene does dilate the eyes of the most jaded viewer even if only for its unflinching literal depiction of “politics making strange bedfellows” in way never before captured on film.

Despite its loose tie in to the source material, I can tell it was designed by someone who was in love with the old comics.  I give it a three for reasons of costumes and special effects but you may add a skull if you are a comic nut who can identify any of the female characters on the box art this film without seeing the movie first. Admittedly, I could not. For all its shortcomings at least in this version of “Captain America” (unlike the Hollywood Blockbuster) Steve Rogers “gets the girl” at the end of the film, truth be told he gets a few of them (insert your own “happy ending” joke here).

Extras include that second disk full of behind the scenes moments regarding its production and those final few moments of every scene.

 
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