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Honey Bunz

Released Jul 01st, 2002
Running Time 116
Director Michael Danze
Company VCA Pictures
Cast Kiwi, Pat Myne, Flick Shagwell, Sergio (I), Nick Manning, Steve Hatcher, Kristal Summers, Nikita Denise, Lezley Zen, Joel Lawrence, Fujiko Kano, Nina Ferrari, Chris Cannon, Marty Romano, Mia Smiles
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature

Rating

Synopsis

Good sexual action not overburdened by story.

Reviews

Sleazebag Nick Manning runs Kummy Kremey Donuts, and with the help of mistreated assistant Nina Ferrari, he hopes to put all the other donut shops in L.A. out of business... starting with Steve Hatcher's.

While this isn't the most tightly-plotted story we've seen, the eight sex scenes, four of which are threeways, should help viewers get what they want out of the vid.

Almost needless to say, the best scenes are those with Nina Ferrari and Nikita Denise in them... and one has both! Check out that fourth ménage, where Denise, who owns Honey Bunz, a company Manning intends to put out of business, is aided by Ferrari in distracting Manning so they can steal the secret formula for his new donut line. Look for Denise licking Ferrari's pussy as she b.j.s the boss. Then Denise gets plowed in both holes missionarily by Manning as Ferrari rubs her clit, leading to a pop to Denise's tummy.

Ferrari's even better, though, in her first bout with Manning on the kitchen counter, which includes a drippy b.j., mish, horsie and a cumshot to her ass.

Flick Shagwell also gets a pair of scenes; the first, a girl-girler with fellow donut hawker Lezley Zen where they share a double-headed dildo, and the second, in which she does a birthday striptease for Chris Cannon's camera, takes Sergio on doggie style, and rides Cannon's cock before opening her ass for some sidesaddle anal action.

Manning shows excellent acting potential as the sleazy owner... but folks might want to think twice in future before giving Fujiko Kano a lot of dialogue.



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