|Released||Jan 10th, 2018|
|Running Time||111 Min.|
|DVD Extras||Bonus Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen|
|Cast||Casey Calvert, Ariana Marie, Jay Smooth, Karlee Grey, Lucas Frost, Skylar Snow, Dustin Daring|
A silly little love story that serves more as a star vehicle for the irresistible Ariana Marie, Call Me is aimed squarely at couples, but there’s plenty to like for solo strokers as well—especially any looking for some stellar lesbian material.
In what to the best of our knowledge is her first lead acting role, Marie delightfully plays a down-on-her-luck gal who must scramble to find a new place to live after boyfriend Jay Smooth abruptly dumps her (once he’s gotten in one good last bang, natch). She ends up becoming roomies with Casey Calvert, who secretly makes her living doing phone sex work. It doesn’t take long for Marie to discover this, and Calvert immediately ropes her in to the game.
Padding out the light storyline are sex scenes both imagined (as in by the person on the other end of the phone sex line) and “real-life”—nearly all of which are top-notch. In addition to her aforementioned opening bang with Smooth, Marie has a closing b/g with Lucas Frost, and they’re both very, very solid.
It’s the g/g scenes where this title shines, though; there are two, and both involve Calvert. The first finds her scratching her pent-up sexual itch with “fuck buddy” Karlee Grey, and it’s a repeat viewer to be sure. The second, a fantasy scenario as requested by a sex line caller, pairs her with Marie, and it’s downright award-worthy.
With Marie featured in three out of its five scenes, this movie is a must for any fan of hers, and lez/Calvert hounds should be almost if not equally as pleased.