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Masaru starts with Yuu's dick and quickly gets him named and sucked. Masaru works Yuu's nipples while Yuu's lips are in ful...
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Monday, November 5, 2012
gives nuanced performance as addict hero in 'Flight'
“Flight,” Robert Zemeckis’ return to live-action filmmaking after nearly a decade of animated films, is mostly a slick and smooth ride, marred by only a few unnecessary jolts of turbulence. Denzel Washington is hotshot commercial airline pilot Captain Whip Whitaker, a divorced alcoholic and cocaine addict. After a bender, Whip is piloting a jet from Orlando to Atlanta when the plane inexplicably begins to fail. Drunk and high on cocaine, Whip instinctively flips the plane, recovering its altitude before crash landing in a field. With minimal casualties, the event seems nearly impossible to have occurred with any survivors and Whip is hailed as a hero. That is until an investigation is opened and Whip’s supposed drug abuse comes into question, thrusting the pilot into a tailspin toward a personal crash and burn. Robert Zemeckis sheds his recent family-film persona and delivers a taut drama laced with sex, drugs and rock and roll. “Flight” is a dark character study about the effects of alcoholism and cocaine use. Zemeckis and screenwriter John Gatins dig beneath the surface of the disease, showing the effects on those surrounding Whip, including his friends, ex-wife and son. But Zemeckis and Gatins take it one step further and show how the airline covers up Whip’s addiction in order to protect their reputation and bypass a severe lawsuit. “Flight” is a taut story, so much so that by half way through the film it’s easy to forget the incredible opening flight sequence and find yourself wrapped up in a more intense situation with Washington’s character. At first, the film poses some really interesting questions: was it the cocaine use that made Whip so instinctive and alert to know to invert the plane, or was he just the greatest pilot to have ever stepped foot in a commercial airliner? But that question is quickly dropped to focus on Whip’s emotional and psychological downfall as the press and investigators close in on him. What if the answer is Whip's coke addiction saved the day? We’d have quite a different film and message here, no? Denzel Washington is phenomenal as Whitaker. On the surface Whip is a completely unlikeable jerk, but Washington subtly imbues empathy so that by the end of the film it’s hard not to be torn between rooting for his freedom and demanding retribution. His nuanced performance is an ebb and flow of sobriety and intoxication, anger and remorse. Whip is not a superhero, he’s bitter, obnoxious, petulant and dismissive – he’s human – which is fascinating to watch. But viewers may be turned off by a protagonist this coarse with little wiggle room for redemption. Zemeckis, like Steven Spielberg, excels at creating exciting and large set pieces. The entire flight sequence is hot with white knuckle suspense. If you have ever flown in a plane before, Zemeckis does a brilliant job in this scene reminding us how vulnerable we really are. This scene is a highly memorable and frightening sequence that may become classic movie moment. But Zemeckis can’t keep his big blockbuster tricks from imposing on the remainder of this quiet character study. So many movies, big action movies in particular, cheaply rely on conveniences and coincidences in the plot to move the action along. Unfortunately “Flight” suffers from this in a few places. It is minimal, mind you, but still frustrating. One such incident is before Whip’s inquiry. He is quarantined under guard in a hotel so that he can remain sober. But the unbelievable – more unbelievable than a man flipping a plane over and landing it safely – is that the adjoining hotel room door is left open a crack and seemingly calling to Whip from the other room is a fully stocked mini fridge. Special attention should be made to Kelly Reilly. She gives an excellent, subdued performance as Nicole Maggen, a woman also struggling with substance abuse. After a near-fatal overdose, Nicole is admitted into a hospital where she meets Whip after the crash. Watching Washington and Reilly’s performances as two drug addicts coming together and then passing like ships in a stormy night is really the meat of the film. “Flight” is Zemeckis’ best film since “Castaway.” His directorial efforts feel much more comfortable with live-action filmmaking than his animated films. And having Denzel Washington as your leading man can never hurt, either.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Masaru starts with Yuu's dick and quickly gets him named and sucked. Masaru works Yuu's nipples while Yuu's lips are in full contact with Masaru's cock. Moving into a 69 position, both boys enjoy a hot wet tongue. Yuu continues on as Masaru works not only Yuu's dick, but also his hole. As the boys suck, Yuu's nice twink body shines in the light from a nearby window; the camera zooms in to watch Masaru's mouth bounce on Yuu's meat. Masaru pull off Yuu so that they may kiss tenderly and explore each other's bodies more.
Yuu is on the phone with his boyfriend as Masaru starts to kiss and fondle him; I don't know if Yuu's boyfriend, Tsuyoshi, knows Yuu is not alone. I also don't know if Yuu every really said "goodbye" to Tsuyoshi as he dropped the phone on the bed, he and Masaru just landed on. One thing is for sure, Yuu does want to say "hello" to Masaru's cock in this "Barebacking the J-Boys" video.
Masaru found what he was after as he puts Yuu in a missionary position and thrusts. Both boys are watching one another as they rock rhythmically. The camera pans behind both boys so we can see the balls deep action; Masaru has his cock ring on to extend his pleasure. Yuu moans and finds his happy place as Masaru continues the pace. As Masaru pulls out, the camera goes in tight for a hot shot of Yuu's puckered opening. Masaru is now perched over Yuu, ready to unload.
Unannounced, Tsuyoshi walks in on the two and figures he will join the fun,orgy on; Tsuyoshi plans to top both twinks. As he walks toward the bed, he grabs a rather sizeable dildo to heighten their pleasure. Yuu becomes the center of attention; Tsuyoshi has Masaru suck Yuu, bringing him up instantly. Yuu rolls into a missionary position, so that Masaru can suck while Tsuyoshi works the dildo into Yuu's hole.
Tsuyoshi then enters him with the real thing; Masaru continues to suck. Yuu seems to like being the center of attention; Tsuyoshi is pumping Yuu's ass. Lying back, Masaru prepares his hole for Tsuyoshi and works the dildo on himself; Tsuyoshi then pulls out of Yuu and helps Masaru with the toy; both bottoms are side by side, missionary style. Slapping, jerking and vibrating the dildo, the top is definitely showing who is in control. Tsuyoshi then tells Masaru to return to blowing Yuu; the dildo is still in place. After this progression, Tsuyoshi removes the toy and penetrates. Masaru is still blowing Yuu.
Masaru is close to cumming, as Yuu licks his nipple and Tsuyoshi fingers them. Then Tsuyoshi has the two boys lie side by side, this time they masturbate. Yuu orgasms first; he blows from nipple to groin. Masaru is next; he pumps out sweet droplets of jizz.
Well, it's nice to see two styling Thai boys
having some fun. The Boykakke video is called "Hip Hop Cum Drop," but I bet none of it will go to waste. Kovit Anucha and Singha take turns satisfying each other; with this film, I think we all will feel better in the end, with a lighter load. Kovit and Singha take turns sucking one another, eager for the taste of a cock. Lying on the floor, both fill their mouths with the other boy's meat and work toward a full-face climax. Going into a 69 position, they masturbate until the first boy blows his load on the other, and rubs it in for good measure. Within moments, the other twink haWell, it's nice to see two styling Thai boys having some fun.
The Boykakke video is called "Hip Hop Cum Drop," but I bet none of it will go to waste. Kovit Anucha and Singha take turns satisfying each other; with this film, I think we all will feel better in the end, with a lighter load. Kovit and Singha take turns sucking one another, eager for the taste of a cock. Lying on the floor, both fill their mouths with the other boy's meat and work toward a full-face climax. Going into a 69 position, they masturbate until the first boy blows his load on the other, and rubs it in for good measure. Within moments, the other twink ha!
Joe Park was a happy boy this week, getting 2 big cocks to suck on and ride. This week's update features gay sex with an Asian boy (Joe Park), a hot Latin stud (Nathaniel Rodriguez), and a sexy white twink named Chris Hole! You have to love all the different colors, flavors and sizes of cock here. Korean twink J. Park is back filming for Asianboynation again this week starring in some hot gay orgy action. The gay Asian video starts with cutie J. Park sipping some coffee at a Starbucks. He calls his fuck buddy Nathaniel and gets him back to his place so they can have some fun again (the pair have starred in several other videos for Boykakke.com, and have grown to enjoy each other as often as possible)! Soon they are back in J. Park's room, kissing each other. That's when J. Park drops the bomb: he invited another guy to join in for the fun this time! Nathaniel is a little surprised at first, but once he sees the hot white stud that shows up at the door, he doesn't mind so much. Park delivers another fine performance, moaning beautifully as he takes that huge cock and sucking as much cock as he can fit those cute lips around. Of course the ending is what we really love, where he gets his face soaked full of white and Latin jizz!