|All Worlds Video||2000||82|
Description source: promotional material
When desire becomes obession...every man has his price.
A white lie is a lie about a trivial matter, meant to spare someone's feelings. I'm not sure how this relates to this video from All Worlds, but that's the title. The video features five scenes, all prefaced by a short visit from the Devil, urging the guys to get nasty. Sometimes they lie, sometimes they just fuck around. The only time any lying really goes on is in the last two scenes as Mason Jarr tells his boyfriend he is going out town, when he is really hooking up with his lover for the weekend. Trivial? No, but it did spare the boyfriend's feelings!
The first scene supposedly takes place in a locker room shower of a community sports center between two well-hung guys. Both guys are lean and fairly hairless, and the sex is adequate. What's distracting is the cheesy set, obviously not a real locker room. I found myself trying to figure out what the objects were in the background, rather than watching the two studs play. This is followed by a solo in the same shower by a well-built but modestly hung guy. Next up is a two-way in a living room that turns into a three-way. The cute, young, dark-haired bottom in this scene is hot.
The last two scenes are related, Jarr leaving the boyfriend for the weekend, etc. The first scene has Jarr's boyfriend walking in on Jarr's best friend in the shower. The two talk for a few minutes before getting it on. This is the hottest scene in the video, with an obvious chemistry between the two actors.
Lastly, Jarr and his lover hook up in a small bedroom. Jarr is gorgeous to look at but elevates trade to a new level in this video. Passive throughout most of the scene, he shows a little excitement when he shoots his load. I'm only harsh on Mason Jarr because he is a well-known star and has turned in much better performances in the past.
With a lot of showers but not a lot of sizzle, this video would have done better using the money spent on the Devil and his make-up and using it for better sets.
- Ryan Williams