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Superman XXX: A Porn Parody

USA 2011
produced by
Axel Braun for Vivid
directed by Axel Braun
starring Ryan Driller (= Jeremy Bilding), Andy San Dimas, Alexis Texas, Lexi Belle, Kristina Rose, Zoe Voss, Eric Masterson, James Deen, Evan Stone, Alex Knight, Ben English, Dick Chibbles (= Hef Pounder), Dale DaBone, Will Ryder
written by Axel Braun, Marc Star, based on the comicbook created by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, published by DC Comics, music by Alex Braun, special effects by Dexter Douglas

Superman, Lex Luthor, General Zod

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Superman/Clark Kent (Ryan Driller) has just arrived in Metropolis via an airplane that almost crashed because pilot and co-pilot (Evan Stone, Alex Knight) preferred to shag the stewardess (Lexi Belle) to piloting the plane, when Lex Luthor (Eric Masterson) starts to destroy the city in a million and one ways, all of which are thwarted by Supie - until Miss Teschmacher (Alexis Texas) suggests to take some time out and shag her.

Then three criminals from Krypton (Ben English, Dick Chibbles, Zoe Voss) arrive on earth to take over the Daily Planet (the newspaper where Clark Kent works, in case you're not into the comics) and force its headwriter Lois Lane (Andy San Dimas) to give out free blowjobs (which she really gets into) - then Superman arrives and sends them back to their intergalactic prison. As a thank-you, he then gets to bang Lois Lane ...


I'm not saying that this is the worst piece of porn ever, but it ably proves what's wrong with so-called porn-parodies these days: On one hand, the film is well-directed, and director Axel Braun shows much more love for and understanding of the look and feel of comicbooks than most big budget directors. That said though, the film falls completely flat storywise, it's just a collection of scenes from 1978's Superman and Superman II from 1980, but lacks any narrative coherence on one hand and Richard Lester's quirky humour that eventually made the series great (and Superman-fans will hate me for saying so) on the other. And whatever there is concerning storytelling, it gets thrown out of the window ever so often when the fucking starts and everything else comes to a grinding halt.

But again, Superman XXX is not the worst movie ever, far from it, but whether or not you like it depends more on whether you like cosplay and of course the girls in this film (and some are admittedly very hot) than anything else. In other words: This could have been better.


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