Wives Club

I mentioned on my personal Facebook that I was watching the porno version of the First Wives Club, and let me tell you, people were excited!  Just as excited as I was to find this Sweet Sinema flick.  I don’t know if you remember the original Bette Midler, Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn movie, but it’s basically the story of three college friends who are now grown and each dealing with the crumbling of their own marriages in different ways.  It’s a pretty good movie, if you ask me, but definitely not one I thought I’d see made into a porno.  But at the hands of awesome female director Nica Noelle, this remake holds its own.

Starring RayleneHelly Mae Hellfire and Nina Hartley as the three scorned wives (Bette, Goldie and Diane, respectively), this version actually follows the original story pretty closely.  Raylene’s husband Evan Stone leaves her for a much younger girl during his mid-life crisis, Helly’s husband drops her for a much younger actress and Nina’s man divorces her, while sleeping with their marriage counselor.  See, just like the original.  The only real difference is the sex.  And there is lots of it!

The steamy action doesn’t begin until the second scene, letting the story unfold a bit before getting down and dirty.  I will say that I got a little excited during scene one with Nina Hartley baking a cake.  Is it wrong that I love watching Nina Hartley bake almost as much as I like watching her fuck?  I guess that’s what happens when you have a zaftig chick reviewing your pornos, right?  Anyway, there is something amazing about Nina Hartley playing Diane Keaton’s role.

But back to the sex!  The screwin’ starts with Evan Stone and Chastity Lynn (the younger woman) and moves to Mark Wood and Ash Hollywood.  In fact, we don’t get one of the wives fucking until Nina Hartley takes on the marriage counselor her husband is boning (Evelyn Lin) and gives her a big dose of lady loving.   Only after that do we get Helly fucking a new screenwriter (Seth Gamble) and Raylene with her new boyfriend (Bruce Venture) – which she reveals only after brushing off her husband who has crawled back.
While I’m not exactly sure of the difference between Sweet Sinema and Sweet Sinner, since they are both directed by Nica Noelle, I will say that this film definitely gets two thumbs up!

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