This series of late has been either hit or miss lately and having liked no. 123 I thought this might be a dud. But no - this was really good with four really good scenes and just enough plot to hang this together. All four scenes look like they were shot for this movie and not the four scenes banged together.
The film is introduced by a Cam session where Shyla Ryder is teasing Shyla Jennings and her sister Jillian Janson by taking of her clothes and masturbating. Shyla Jennings’s mum Shy Love gets wind of this and with Mercedes Carrera give all three a serious talk about the perils of lesbianism and how it is all wrong. To reinforce the point Shy Love takes Shyla Ryder upstairs where they have some dreadful lesbian sex and thoroughly enjoy it too.
Downstairs Kirsten Price a friend of Shy Love starts talking to Jillian who is bi curious but does not know what to do about it. Kirsten certainly does for it is upstairs and more of that dreadful lesbian sex. This scene is truly superb with Kirsten Price and Jillian Jansen doing a scene that is truly magical.
Downstairs Angela Sommers, another friend of Shy Love’s then starts talking to a nervous Shyla Jennings and lectures her on the evils of webcaming and lesbian sex. Yup you guessed it -- it is upstairs where Angela shows young Shyla all about lesbian sex in a really, really good scene.
Finally Shy and Mercedes have arrived to tell Shyla Ryder’s mum all the dreadful things her daughter has been doing. Mum it seems is not there and instead there is Allie Haze who had planned to go to a softball game with young Ms Jennings. Shyla Jennings it seems is not going as her new love Angela Sommers wont let her. So it is upstairs for Mercedes and Allie to change for the game. Do they make the game? Probably not as Mercedes hits on Allie who with a straight face tells her girl girl sex is unknown to her. All those movies you have made Allie and you cannot remember.
Anyhow there is another very good scene as Mercedes shows Allie the ropes so to speak.
All told I liked this as not only did it have four really good scenes it had some excellent dialogue to liven up proceedings. The cast were universally very good and the plot silly though it was held the film together nicely.