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All models were at least 18 years old at the time of their performance. 18 U.S.C. 2257 Record-Keeping Requirements Compliance Statement.
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Released Sep 01st, 2004
Running Time 77
Director Shawn Ricks
Company Gentlemen's Video
Cast Wanda Play, Dynamite, Sabrine Maui, Becca Bratt, Dillon Day, Rafe, Angelica Sin, Robbie James, Manx
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature

Rating

Synopsis

Decent sexual action and a hot performance by Angelica Sin make this one a legitimate stocking choice.

Reviews

The identification on the box of "Henry Pershod" as the director might lead one mistakenly to believe that that's simply a misspelling of veteran Henri Pachard. And, last we looked, executive producer "Bob Stallone" still spelled his name "Rob Spallone." But those are only two of several spelling errors in this title's credits. Thankfully, the action is much better.

While the storyline here is pretty vague, even with the on-screen title cards, it seems to be about a network of government spies who keep track of the sexual goings-on in town via computer monitors and outright peeping. There are also a few weirdnesses thrown in, such as the opener, with Sabrine Maui "fucking" (actually, soloing to) the taped outline of her dead boyfriend before getting into a decent girl/girler with Becca Bratt.

Best of show, however, has to be the Angelica Sin/Dillon Day match-up, which begins with him licking her toes and pussy, and she his cock and balls. Her squeals during the doggie are delicious, and likewise during the modified spoon fucking - and her tits are way ample to surround his cock before he cums from the pleasure they give. Also worth noting is how well little Dynamite handles Robbie James' balls at the beginning and end of their scene, with some decent mish in between.

Sadly, this vid, which apparently was made at least a year ago, suffers from a general lack of a sharp image in several scenes; however, the humorous "behind the scenes" view, which doubles as the end credits, goes a long way toward making up for that lack.



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