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That may be an oxymoron, but at my bachelor party last month I was given a copy of the most expensive (a paltry $1 million) and lavish porn movie ever made, Digital Playgrounds Pirates. Filmed

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Old 02-24-2006   #1 (permalink)
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The Great Porn Movie Thread

That may be an oxymoron, but at my bachelor party last month I was given a copy of the most expensive (a paltry $1 million) and lavish porn movie ever made, Digital Playgrounds Pirates. Filmed partly on location last summer in St. Petersburg, Florida, it caused a near riot among the town fathers when they discovered the PG-13 movie they were told was being shot turned out in fact (gasp) to be one of those movies. Hint: maybe it was the large breasted pirate women wearing skimpy attire not generally approved for family viewing.

I'm not here to pick holes in the bad acting or the plot line or the really amatuerish special effects. For a porno flick that cost less than the FedEX Super Bowel commercial it was good. A couple of the babes were fairly exciting to look at and at least one guy looked to have a respectable 8.5" to 9" cock. In the end most of the $1 million made it up on to the screen. Also there was a first for a porno flick, an exciting behind the scenes DVD look at how they made the movie! P.S. There was no explanation how the set directors missed the sense of scale and ended up making the HMS Bounty's Captain's Quarters appear as large as the Presidential Suite at Las Vegas' Treasure Island resort hotel. Getting their cues from all contemporary Hollywood movies of late, the Pirates extras is loaded with interviews with the superstars of pornodom. La Mirada, California's own Janine Lindenmulder, who's fully tattoo'ed arm and hardened face aptly demonstrate the end result of a decade and a half of porn work, laments the selfish directors who yell "cut" before she has adequately reached orgasm. A genuinely funny Evan Stone demonstrate The Propeller (with sound effects) in front of a giggling actress. And there's much, much more.

So name your favorite X-rated flick and why? Is it the appeal of a babes pussy, or does a particular actor have the "meat that beats?" Here's your chance to sound off and share your thoughts.
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Old 02-24-2006   #3 (permalink)
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the most expensive (a paltry $1 million) and lavish porn movie ever made, Digital Playgrounds Pirates. Filmed partly on location last summer in St. Petersburg, Florida
What did they do that made it that expensive? I don't know how much it cost but Falcon's done videos on location in London, New Zealand, and other places far more lavish than St. Petersburg, FL. For Taking Flight they even rented an airliner and had to build the set version of it themselves.
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Old 02-24-2006   #4 (permalink)
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I'm not here to pick holes in the bad acting or the plot line or the really amatuerish special effects. For a porno flick that cost less than the FedEX Super Bowel commercial it was good. A couple of the babes were fairly exciting to look at and at least one guy looked to have a respectable 8.5" to 9" cock. In the end most of the $1 million made it up on to the screen. Also there was a first for a porno flick, an exciting behind the scenes DVD look at how they made the movie! P.S. There was no explanation how the set directors missed the sense of scale and ended up making the HMS Bounty's Captain's Quarters appear as large as the Presidential Suite at Las Vegas' Treasure Island resort hotel. Getting their cues from all contemporary Hollywood movies of late, the Pirates extras is loaded with interviews with the superstars of pornodom. La Mirada, California's own Janine Lindenmulder, who's fully tattoo'ed arm and hardened face aptly demonstrate the end result of a decade and a half of porn work, laments the selfish directors who yell "cut" before she has adequately reached orgasm. A genuinely funny Evan Stone demonstrate The Propeller (with sound effects) in front of a giggling actress. And there's much, much more.
Nothing new about behind the scenes featurettes on porn DVDs. Did you get paid to plug it or something?
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Old 02-25-2006   #5 (permalink)
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Just about every feature put out on the "Private DVD" label, to name just one example, is a high-budget production with lots of location shooting, careful scripting, and Hollywood gloss these days, not to mention more DVD extras (wait for the pun) ... than you can shake a stick at.

It ain't all just gonzo any more, y'know ... although I think these kind of porn 'epics' don't work for everyone. I can watch them as an exercise in filmmaking, but would never experience the same kind of erotic reaction as a simple vid of a guy jerking off to camera on an undressed set. So I guess it's a case of (2nd pun in a scarily short space of time)... different strokes for different folks.
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Old 02-25-2006   #6 (permalink)
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I wish they'd combine the naturalness of amateur porn with the production quality of pro porn. Less "directing" but great camerawork and angles. No fancy sets but good lighting. Ya know?
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Old 02-25-2006   #7 (permalink)
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I wish they'd combine the naturalness of amateur porn with the production quality of pro porn. Less "directing" but great camerawork and angles. No fancy sets but good lighting. Ya know?
Y'see, for my personal tastes, that wouldn't work at all. The 'homemade look' gives it that hint of being a real event that one is looking in on, in the sense of cinéma vérité (or indeed, voyeurism)... whereas overly-staged lighting and cinematography makes the whole experience seem simply 'overly staged', therefore failing to rouse my (erotic) interest, and rousing merely my (cinematic) interest.
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Old 02-25-2006   #8 (permalink)
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Jeez, we've come a long way from "Aunt Candy's Hungry Ass".
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Old 02-25-2006   #9 (permalink)
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Not so long ago I was having an evening together with some of my good ol' gals, and one had a porn flic with her which was pretty good. Guess it's nothing for guys though, it's title was "Marie & Jack: A Hardcore Love Story", feat. Aria and Jack Bravo.

A few of my female professional mates used to call me "Bear Fox" during the 80s. You guess why, and you win a prize...

A reply to that one would be one of the rare exceptions where a PM from a stranger would get a reply ;-)
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I just hate any film depicting a guy humping a naked gal who's wearing shoes, especially high heels.

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I just hate any film depicting a guy humping a naked gal who's wearing shoes, especially high heels.
I think that's my sister.
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Old 02-25-2006   #12 (permalink)
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What did they do that made it that expensive? I don't know how much it cost but Falcon's done videos on location in London, New Zealand, and other places far more lavish than St. Petersburg, FL. For Taking Flight they even rented an airliner and had to build the set version of it themselves.
Guys, I admit it. I haven't seen too much porn of late so I was particularly impressed by this one. And the special effects! The pirate ship seems to take on the characterictics of a hydrofoil or a helicopter hovering in ground effect, and it goes across the bounding main at about 25 to 30 knots, somewhat more than the original HMS Bounty could do.

I have a special request for ClaireTalon (as a woman highly interested in the male organ) or some other aeronautically prescient person. When ChuckRich posted about the Falcon movie Taking Flight I went nuts with interest, then to my surprise I found that Dassault, the French manufacturer of the Falcon business jets had nothing to do with this movie. Then through a search engine found a website where um...well these dudes were really ripped. One look at these guys made me want to take my thin 6' 5" swimmers bod into the gym for some serious free weight training. I mean these guys had muscles on top of muscles...and a few seconds later found out why. Taking Flight (parts one and two) is a gay porn!

To this point I haven't summoned the courage to venture out with my new wife to see Buckaroo Mountain much less rent a gay flick. I'm insatiably curious to see if Falcon pictures used a real transatlantic airliner like a Boeing 767-300ER or even went out to the Mojave desert and filmed in an engineless derelict of a Boeing 747-100 Classic baking in an airliner junkyard? In a world where Hollywood uses a ubiquitous Douglas DC-3 to fly TV's A-Team nonstop from SoCal to the South American rain forest, how aeronautically authentic can a porn flick be?

I just know I'm going to be flamed for a straight man's reticence and lack of courage to see a gay flick but I'm so used to landing in Auckland instead of Queenstown (really-really bad pun.)
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Old 02-26-2006   #13 (permalink)
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I guess if it was a leased/rented/borrowed airliner, the original owner would either have the N-number overpainted or required it to be retouched optically so it wouldn't be retraceable. I doubt it anyways that it was a real airliner, there are too many clues in one that make it visible what airline it belonged to, color of seats, embroidery, the one or other detail, unless they went through a lease company.

I guess the days are over, when movie companies like Universal would have complete, real airliners ordered and equipped for the movies from lease companies. I'm referring to the '69 classic Airport, and what they say about it at IMDB.com:
  • The real star of the show, the Boeing 707 (a 707-349C, serial no. 19351 [503rd 707 off the production line], originally registered N324F), was leased to MCA/Universal Pictures from Flying Tiger Line (now merged with Fedex) for the filming of the exterior shots. After filming was completed, the aircraft returned to Flying Tigers and was later sold, going through various owners before meeting a tragic end while on an approach to landing accident on 21 March 1989 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

  • Trans Global Airlines was the name of the notional airline for the film. For many years it was not unusual to see props from the movie (with the fictional TGA logo) in other Universal films where airliner interior scenes were shot.
Well, whatever a budget of (calculating by the value from 1969) $70,000,000, that was before Dean Martin took his $7,000,000, buys you.

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I have a special request for ClaireTalon (as a woman highly interested in the male organ) or some other aeronautically prescient person. When ChuckRich posted about the Falcon movie Taking Flight I went nuts with interest, then to my surprise I found that Dassault, the French manufacturer of the Falcon business jets had nothing to do with this movie. Then through a search engine found a website where um...well these dudes were really ripped. One look at these guys made me want to take my thin 6' 5" swimmers bod into the gym for some serious free weight training. I mean these guys had muscles on top of muscles...and a few seconds later found out why. Taking Flight (parts one and two) is a gay porn!

To this point I haven't summoned the courage to venture out with my new wife to see Buckaroo Mountain much less rent a gay flick. I'm insatiably curious to see if Falcon pictures used a real transatlantic airliner like a Boeing 767-300ER or even went out to the Mojave desert and filmed in an engineless derelict of a Boeing 747-100 Classic baking in an airliner junkyard? In a world where Hollywood uses a ubiquitous Douglas DC-3 to fly TV's A-Team nonstop from SoCal to the South American rain forest, how aeronautically authentic can a porn flick be?

I just know I'm going to be flamed for a straight man's reticence and lack of courage to see a gay flick but I'm so used to landing in Auckland instead of Queenstown (really-really bad pun.)

A few of my female professional mates used to call me "Bear Fox" during the 80s. You guess why, and you win a prize...

A reply to that one would be one of the rare exceptions where a PM from a stranger would get a reply ;-)
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Pack of XL condoms shredded: $ 11.99
Panties torn: $ 25
Bed broken: $ 950
Mindblowing sex: Priceless.


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Old 02-26-2006   #14 (permalink)
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Claire- Thanks for the info on the old Flying Tigers Boeing 707-349C (320 series) used in that classic movie made about a year before I was born. Though it's been years since I've seen it, two scenes remain vivid. The first when captain Dean Martin, in an egghead display of psychological counseling, tries to talk the suicide bomber out of detonating the device by loudly pleading with him, "you won't accomplish anything by exploding that bomb! Many passengers, heretofore oblivious of the impending airborne emrgency, immediately go into panic mode! (Movie note: Bomb is exploded in lavatory seconds afterward.) No doubt that scene served as an inspiration for the sword fighting pandimonium in the paraody movie Airplane.

The second memorable scene was the epic drama in the cockpit with the wet-behind-the-ears kid in the F/O seat screeching, "Mr. Petroni, Mr. Petroni! She can't take any more!! (Something many on this lpsg.org hear but unrelated to aviation.) Cigar chomping George Kennedy sneers, "Well she's going to get it" before slamming the four thrust levers to the stops! For anyone familiar with the flagrent and obvious overboost of those poor P&W JT-3D-7's it was downright painful.
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I just hate any film depicting a guy humping a naked gal who's wearing shoes, especially high heels.
Don't tell me you'd rather see a guy humping a naked girl with dirty feet from walking around a set all day!!!!
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