|Tell Me What You Want
Overall Rating- D
Female Looks- B
Male Looks- D
Extras- Didn't bother but looks like a lot: Making Of feature, interview, behind the scenes, photo gallery, promo material
A/V Quality - B
Company- Wicked Pictures
Cast- Missy, Mickey G, Kelsey Heart, Mr. Marcus, Ian Daniels, Kyle Stone, Michael J. Fox and I coulda sworn I saw Lexington Steele but he's not listed in credits.
Review- The more I think about this movie, the more annoyed I become. I'm not much of a fan of plot in my porn. Keep it simple - "My car broke down, mind if I come in and get naked?" is more than I need. Certain plot lines, however, really get my blood boiling and "Tell Me What You Want" is one of them. Here it is, porn fans: Missy plays a destitute artist whose husband just killed himself and left her penniless. Mickey G. plays a chain-smoking, shady character with illegal business dealings who rents an apartment for them to have sex in once a week. They meet as strangers and he tells her, "I don't want us to know anything about each other, we just meet here once a week for great sex." Why knows why, but for some reason she goes along with this idiotic arrangement and starts playing games with him a la "9-1/2 Weeks" - a little blindfold, a little wax and ice, a little buttfucking. Next thing you know he's hiring a hooker to do her while he watches (and chain smokes). Her luck starts to improve eventually and she starts pulling her miserable excuse for a life together. Any time she tries to share any of herself with him personally, he cuts her off cold. The last scene in the story is him enticing her into a gangbang with four guys while blindfolded, after which he dumps her and she appropriately kills herself. Fucking Brilliant, eh? Just the kind of thing you want to watch with your new girlfriend. This goes beyond female degredation and straight into misogyny. I'll tell you what I want. I want to shove this DVD right up someone's ass, but I'm not sure whose - Jonathan Morgan's for making it or Missy'sfor agreeing to play the female role in this humiliating piece of crap.
That being said, the acting between the two main characters is awful with terrible timing and lack of talent. In fact, the supporting actors are better than either of them. The sex is okay and features a few interesting upside down or backwards positions that I'd like to try, but not after a few drinks. The camera work is okay and the music is good. But even if I could get beyond the plot, the sex isn't that great and Mickey is completely undesirable. I would definitely do not recommend you watch this DVD with your girlfriend or you will be digging the sound of a silent headboard for many nights to come.