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The Starlet

The Starlet

Released Jun 01st, 1995
Running Time 82
Director Jace Rocker
Company Sin City Entertainment
Cast Kristina West, Jordan Lee, Jessica James, Nikole Lace, Kaitlyn Ashley, Tony Tedeschi, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating AAA
Genre Feature



Shyster agent Jonathan Morgan teams up with would-be actress Kaitlyn Ashley, promising to get an audition with a "big director." Kaitlyn, a woman seemingly never burdened with cottonmouth - or frigidity - turns in a characteristically sexy performance, drenching JM's dick with saliva and reaching a convincing-looking climax as he works her clit. Their mish and doggie both have excellent initial penetration shots, but the camera's dissolve before the facial subtracts a few points.

Director "Martin Score-sleazy" (T.T. Boy, with a moustache and newly lean body) has a b.j./doggie/mish with Jessica James that's fairly average, due more to some poor camera angles than their performances. Jonathan's threeway with Jessica and Kristina West suffers from the same problem, especially those dissolve-transitions between a b.j./reverse cowgirl/mish.

Tony Tedeschi brightens the vid with a funny performance as director "Steven Spewberg" (sporting the requisite baseball cap) who auditions actress jordan lee. A cowgirl featuring a very good penetration turns into The Tedeschi One Man d.p., as he casts his couch and finger into Jordan. Their anal, while very hot, could use less cutaways, but ends beautifully. Tony literally pools his cum into Jordan's sphincter, which has by this point expanded to the size of a small country.

In pursuit of director "Francis Ford Cunnilingus," Kaitlyn runs into mourner Nikole Lace at a funeral home and the expected girl/girl ensues. Neither girl utilizes the coffin (more's the pity), no circus tricks are employed, but they're both incredibly cute and show a lot of enthusiasm.

Kaitlyn finally gets that famed director, the British "J.T. Bone-'em" (played by a raincoat-clad J.B.). Jonathan Morgan's script has its moments, but overall it's just a good vid that could have been better.

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