STUDIO: New Sensations
LENGTH: 2 hrs. 10 mins.
RELEASE DATE: 2/28/2011

From DVD: What would you do to find love?

In Lost and Found, David (Xander Corvus), a swinging bachelor who's tired of his old ways, can't believe his luck when Jen (Allie Haze) moves in next door. After being uncharacteristically at a loss for words, David is helped by his roommate, Steve (Chad Alva), who devises a scheme that is certain to bring Jen and David together. Is there no limit to what a man will do for a shot at love? Find out in this adorable romance about a man, a woman and the little pup that brought them together by nearly tearing them apart.

MY THOUGHTS: I liked this. Though it's an adult film, it didn't really seem like it, despite the sex. The film quality was definitely better than most I've seen. The plot was cute; Jen lost her dog (he walked out the door without her knowing it while she was holding it open) and it ended up in David's backyard. He and his roommate kept it hidden in the house so that David could continue to hang out with Jen while walking around the neighborhood putting up missing dog fliers for several days.

The women all had natural breasts and, of course, the men were hung like horses, especially the lead guy, who has the thickest penis I've ever seen in my life. That explains why the women who had sex scenes with him looked like they were in pain. They were, lol. All sex is hetero. The girls all have bare labia and landing strips. Condoms are used in all scenes.

There were four sex scenes. The lead guy was in two of them and the lead girl, one, right at the end. You can see photos of the actors by clicking on their names, here.

I like the packaging of this dvd. The dvd case is inside a cardboard box. The top, bottom and side of the box is made to look like the pages of a book. Should you choose to keep this film out on a self, like you would for a book, turn it so that the spine isn't facing outward and anyone who catches a glimse of it will just assume it's a book.

I received this from Babeland in exchange for an honest review.

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