However, this film isn't packed with "hot tail on a hot tin roof" either. "A Day in the Park" features a barely above average looking girl with pretty hot sex. A monster power-launch facial closes the scene nicely. One of the best spray-downs I've seen in a while. "Running out of Money" was weaker than diner coffee. It opens with a weak ass fake drowning where the GIRL rescues the guy. As luck would have it a designer rug is conveniently located in the brush for them to shag away on. The palm tree above creates darkness and shadows that visually hurt the scene. Also, for an Asian girl, she has more "ink" than your neighborhood Staples store. I'm well aware that I'm old skool, but in my mind I see ink and I think "dirty" or "masculine". So remind me why we want to see this on females? Give me the innocent, "girl next door", not today's idea of the "girl next door", over the $2.00 road whore any day. "Real Estate" is the best scene of the bunch. It features a very pretty girl, a good premise and decent acting. The doggie-style/oral MMF portion has great camera work but AGAIN the shot isn't held nearly long enough. Too many low-angle "pole to hole" shots as well. The finish could have been better as her closed mouth facial (disgusted expression included) gave me the feeling she would've rather eaten a "puke salad sandwich". "Walking in the Forest" had a girl with a tight little body and featured the second prettiest girl of the film. She was tiny and the actor even goes corn-route on her. The transitions between positions were WAY too quick and the scene was very short. Maybe the actor couldn't hold out...everything on this girl looked tiny. The final scene, "Boat Ride" had the prettiest girl of the film. The BJ camera work was great, highlighting her pretty face. Her body was outstanding and looked terrific bent over. In summary, I still appreciate the exotic locations, new Asian starlets and the attempt at creating a mood.