March 8, 2016
All right, friends, today we’ll consider BaDoink’s latest virtual porn, On The Job Penetrating, starring hubby-wife duo, Alexa and Joel Tomas.
This joyous couple—you may be thinking—is sure making the VR porn circuit: just the other day they rocked through an interactive 3D bump-and-grind for the VRP folks.
And, Alexa starred in one of my favorite VR movies with Jimena Lago.
It’s not complicated: Alexa’s a beauty.
I think most sane men want to see Alexa naked in virtual reality… A LOT!
Alexa Tomas fun fact: she breeds Sphynx cats.
Yes, you read that right. Sure, those are some gorgeous cats.
Very interesting look!
I mean, that don’t look like Snowball the neighborhood cat, man!
And, she also has a parrot!
This is a well-rounded sort of gal.
Official Movie Synopsis:
Let’s see how the BaDoink boys describe their latest effort:
Not all VR porn is POV material; there’s still a lot of joy in voyeurism. In this scene, Alexa’s doing a fine job cleaning the kitchen, but there’s always room for improvement with a little authority. Watch Joel discipline Alexa as he fucks her all over the kitchen.
Okay, so this topic—POV vs. voyeur—is the source of much online debate. The loudest voices tend to argue for POV VRs. But, what’s that saying about empty beer barrels? It’s hard to get drunk off them? Or they’re really noisy? Something like that…
I do these reviews based upon three main factors:
1. The woman: let’s face it. The woman to VR porn is like the mixing bowl to Julia Child. Um…another crap analogy? Well, the woman matters… like… A LOT! By the way, it was Julia Child who said, “Find something you’re passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it.” True words of wisdom from a special lady…
2. The scaling: do things look correct and proportional? I mean… if the gal’s head’s the size of a refrigerator and her torso’s like a cup of New England Clam Chowder… well, it just doesn’t work.
3. Positioning: of the women and cameras. Close-ups are much-desired. It’s also great to get some variety of sexual positions.
All right, let’s talk about what was done right in this movie and where there’s room for improvement
1. Alexa and Joel Tomas: you know, anyone can see that Alexa’s beautiful. And, for the female VR porn fans in the world, I could picture them digging Joel. I mean… I’m not sure. I mean… I don’t know.
But, I could see the ladies getting excited over Joel. But, I don’t really trust my male-handsomeness evaluation skills. I mean… remember… I’m kind of a manly man who likes fighting in alleys and pumping beautiful gals in barroom bathroom stalls.
But, I think the real question is this: Are there any female VR porn fans? For whatever reason, I find it hard to imagine a gaggle of gals—between their girly giggles—gabbing about the merits of a VR porn movie…
2. Scaling: the scale in this VR was good. And, that’s an accomplishment because getting things on-point seems more challenging in third person efforts.
3. 3rd Person Vs. POV: In evaluating this VR, we can’t avoid discussing its perspective. And, this could potentially be wordy, but I’ll try for brevity, because our TV Twitter culture has seriously harmed human concentration. Not that it was ever very good.
Let’s first go over some terms.
3rd Person: this means the camera is positioned so you can see both the man and woman fucking. In other words, the viewer is the third person in the room. This is how most conventional, two dimensional porn has been shot. The porn viewer is the voyeur: meaning, the fly on the wall watching the fucking couple.
POV: stands for point-of-view. POV’s filmed so the viewer sees things from the point of view of the guy doinking the gal. In old-fashioned, 2D porn; POV has been a niche: meaning, not very popular. And, 3rd person has been the norm: meaning, popular.
Now, in this emerging realm of virtual porno, POV is the norm. In fact, there are very few VRs that weren’t shot POV.
So, first… kudos to the BaDoink boys, because if anyone’s going to experiment, it’s them. They’ve demonstrated creative tendencies in their movies. That’s what sets BaDoinkVR apart.
And, the question becomes… is there a right way to shoot VR porn?
Can I say that POV is superior to 3rd person? Or vice versa?
I’m not sure there’s a right answer to this. So far, from the online responses I’ve seen, it appears most folks favor the POV perspective in VR porn. However, these also tend to be the loudest voices among a small group of passionate, early-adopters.
It truly remains to be seen how the mainstream market place will sort this issue out. And, it will: just as it always does.
My feeling is that VR porn, in particular, naturally gravitates to a POV perspective.
Well, as the medium’s main appeal is a highly-enhanced sense of realism…it makes sense.
For my part, I don’t think this has to be an either/or. I’m wondering why an individual, VR porno movie can’t incorporate both perspectives? I think some moments of this Alexa VR were very HORNY!
In particular, when Joel stood behind Alexa and bucked away, the camera perspective showed the entire front of her body. This absolutely worked for me.
Likewise, when Joel lifted Alexa, held her in the air and pumped hard like Alexa’s sole purpose in life was using her to make him happy. Horny.
So, let me try to wrap this up. I think VR porns could benefit from including 3rd person perspectives.
However, I’d like to see an individual VR porn switch between POV and 3rd person. I think an ideal ratio might be somewhere around 80% POV and 20% 3rd person.
Anyway, this was an innovative VR XXX and pretty horny. Definitely worth watching.