The Best Of Matthew Rush Vol. 1

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best_of_matthew_rush_1.jpgThe Best Of Matthew Rush Vol. 1
Falcon

In more ways than one Matthew Rush will always be the all-american boy of porn. Outlasting most other porn stars: in both movies made and looks. Say what you want about Rush's physique over the past few years his movies are still hot as hell and whether or not you're jerking off to his films from 2000 or 2008, he stays consistent.

At the crossroads of his career, Falcon has released the first volume of what I'm sure will be a ongoing, continuous release documenting Matthew Rush's career with Falcon.

The first one came to my mailbox and I was overjoyed. Admittedly I haven't seen all of Rush's older films so this movie was Falcon's late Chanukah gift to me. The nine scenes are full-length and although are almost a decade old they hold up to contemporary status and are hot to watch.

From jerking, orgies, bottom, toping, the jocked out, donning tighty whities, and oral scenes, Matthew Rush can make virtually any compromising position hot. So what was our favorite scene in this collection? Hands down it's a tie between Bounce and Recruits. Bounce I have to mention first because, well it's a three-way between Hans Ebson, Hans Hintern, and Matthew Rush, second because the white underwear factor is a major fetish of mine, third because Hans Ebson is uncut and fourth, the main reason is that Matthew Rush was just starting to become the Adonis he now is and his body looks amazing. I also love the sensuality all three models give off in this scene - it makes it GOLD!

Recruits makes me excited because it has a military theme to it and because horse hung Brad Patton takes part in a scandalous three-way with Rush and Joe Sport.

Is this movie worth the buy? If you have all of the nine movies: Bounce, Good as Gold, Defined, Recruits, Hazed, Taking Flight, Ready for More, and Hooked, then it might not be worth it - unless you're a collector. If you don't have all of these films than this movie will be right up your alley, it's packaged nicely and has some great stills of Matthew. Overall I give this movie an A+, not only showing an amazing body of work but how Falcon can make a cohesive anthology of movies look great for fans to devour time and time again.

 

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