Route 69 – UNCUT Falcon Studios XXX Movie Review (NSFW)


Ever wanted to re-enact old porn movies? In this Falcon Studios movie, Route 69, both Dustin Holloway and Fane Roberts do exactly that! They are going down the famous Route 66 where they seem to go through a Twilight Zone portal and re-live several famous past Falcon movies. It is fuck hot as all hell! Check out my thoughts on the movie in the video attached.

Check out my review in the attached video. When you’re done, see the full movie at: FalconStudios.com


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4 comments to Route 69 – UNCUT Falcon Studios XXX Movie Review (NSFW)

  • Clinton  says:

    Though it is called route 69 you called it route 66 quite a few times…

    • admin admin  says:

      Because they are on Route 66. The characters even say that in the movie. When you watch or if you watch, you’ll understand what I mean. There is no such thing as Route 69. That’s the whole joke. I refer to the road that they are on as Route 66, which is a very famous highway and it is what the characters state very clearly. I refer to the movie as Route 69 but the actual highway they are on is called Route 66, which is correct. They say Route 66 and just refer to it as Route 69 as a final statement to what they experienced. Hope that makes sense and clears it up for you.

    • Balun  says:

      Yeah the GayComicGeek is right. If you watch the movie, the highway the two main guys are traveling is called Route 66. That’s what the characters say in the movie. It’s really famous. Paul is just referring to the actual name of the highway in the description and not the name of the movie itself. There is no Route 69 highway in that area that exists. It wouldn’t make sense to call that highway Route 69. So Paul is right. Watch the movie, it is really good!

  • Jonathan O'Faolain Jonathan O'Faolain  says:

    As a fellow fan of Alex Mecum, I too feel he was underused here. I still like the concept here, however; especially as the scenes being shown are all reenactments.

    I think the movie would’ve worked even better had a Ron Sterling-type narrator shown up at the beginning at end. Either way, good review, Paulie. 🙂

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