It's not the battle of the century, but Logan vs. Dragon ranks up there as one of the larger battles of the tattoos we've seen in a during the time that. Tons of ink was spilled on co-cover models Jack Dragon and Logan McCree, and you'll end up spilling plenty of u own creamy ink after sidling on up to this blue-collar themed sexfest from director Joe Budai. There's four scenes in total - despite the chapter menus going from 3 directly to 5 - and whilst none of em is a home run, there's 2 triples and a pair of doubles to be had.
The flick's opener - Logan vs. Dragon, though there's no fighting to be had so they got me on this one - is my personal fave, as the 2 heavily-inked up blue-collar fellows take a break, chug some water, check out a porn rag, and then begin chugging on every other's meat. It's no spoiler, but Dragon ends up topping McCree. The other 3 scenes are yummy, also, with lots of warehouse sex-nanigans and buttslamming. Claudio Antonelli has beefed up and inked up quite a bit since I final saw him perform, and I'm sorry but I could just stare at charming Giuseppe Pardi all day lengthy and not bat an eyelash. That lad is just likewise damned beautiful for his own priceless.
Technical credits are worthwhile - majority of the film takes place in a warehouse - and during the time that it's not a dialogue enormous film, Dragon and McCree speak accented English during the time that almost any of the rest of the cast struggle with what is clearly a second language to em. It might not go the distance, but for the almost all part Logan vs. Dragon is a match worth laying a wager on.
-- Rick W. Ski
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