Every once in a while I come across a movie that I swear up and down that I have reviewed… and then I can’t find the review anywhere. Of course, the reality is that no, I haven’t written a review about it – I’ve just watched it at home so many times that I know the movie intimately. That’s just the case with Dolores Park Studio’s Brunch Bunch. Not only have I watched this super hot queer flick a number of times, I actually have written about it, both for HotMoviesForHer and not, but never wrote a formal review. Well, here it is, friends, my official commentary on Brunch Bunch: Queerly SF (Disc 1).
Along with being from the makers of Trannywood Pictures, this debut from Dolores Park Studios is also directed by Trannywood alum Ian Sparks, which means it offers up the same deliciously queer sextravaganza that we are accustomed to enjoying. The basic premise of this flick brings a bunch of hot friends together for a lazy weekend brunch that ends up exactly like you’d expect a lazy brunch in San Francisco to end up – in a seriously sexy queer fuck fest that infiltrates every room in the house – including the kitchen. Man, I totally miss living there sometimes.
One of my favorite parts of this movie is that it includes new porno performers as well as folks that already know the ropes, like Syd Blakovich, James Darling and Drew Deveaux. Having those variations creates a dynamic that is really exciting to watch. I also really enjoyed watching trans-identified folks with a whole bunch of different bodies play together and experience pleasure in a ton of various ways. It’s always awesome to see folks get off in the ways that work best for them, as well as important for other people to see that there is no one way to use your body, no matter how you experience your body. While this may not have been made with a teachable moment in mind, this sexy educator just brought it there.
I’m not going to get into the details of each scene, for time’s sake, but just know that all four scenes are totally aces and definitely watch-worthy. If hot queer action is your thing, you’ve just hit the motherload. I can sum this whole movie up with just one word: Yum. I guess it does make sense, because brunch is the best meal of the week…
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