Or this entire movie. I haven't mentioned this before either.
Appearance: Fast Lane to Vegas (2000)
Characters: Biker Babe & Motel Clerk
Yes, two unnamed characters! Two! Both played by actors using a pseudonym, no less: the sexy biker
|Jason's been at the laughing gas again.|
Fast Lane to Vegas is apparently quite good. I can't, in all honesty, say I've seen all of it - and it's easily confused with Fast Lane to Malibu (also 2000), which features Kira Reed and Nikki Fritz as bisexual policewomen, in addition to probably the main two characters; I don't know, I wasn't paying attention.
Anyway, Fast Lane to Vegas is a road movie sex comedy, à la Road Trip, only probably quite a bit better. Zack (Stephen Harvard) and Brian (Stephen Curtis) - the soon-to-be-legendary "Two Steves" - are heading to Las Vegas for a wedding; on the way, they meet an alarmingly large number of sexually available women, including strippers, housewives, aliens, and a biker babe who sleeps with their motel clerk, although I'm not sure if they actually meet either of those.
Let's do so ourselves.
This sex scene is refreshingly brightly-lit, as it all takes place in a motel room (surprise!), with a huge
|The better the sex, the bigger the grin.|
The sex itself is pleasantly jumpy, insofar as it jumps between positions with such rapidity that I'm finding it difficult to screenshot. There's missionary, springy bouncy astride, doggie while kneeling upright (a difficult position to actually do, but probably easier if it's softcore), a sitting position which becomes somewhat athletic towards the end, and it isn't even one of those scenes with an ending: the camera just pans away from them, implying that the sex carries on for a little longer. I'd want to keep going, I'm sure.
But it wouldn't be half as fun without the hat.
Throughout all the sex that's going on here, there's a blue hat which gets almost as much of the action
|Your car's here, sir...|
"If I can't wear the hat, nobody can!" she yells. (Only she doesn't. But I'm going to pretend she does. It's my review.)
|Of course, the hat is the real star.|
Well, almost. Almost as memorable.
It's interesting to see these guys in something that's not made by Surrender Cinema, as well. Allegedly, this is from Indigo Entertainment, who also produced such masterpieces as Girls for Girls and Personals II: CasualSex.com.