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Kung Fu Beauty

Kung Fu Beauty

Released May 24th, 2010
Running Time 129 Min.
Director B. Skow
Company Vivid Entertainment Group
DVD Extras Behind the Scenes, Bonus Scenes, Fetish Menus, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast Scott Nails, Dylan Ryder, Billy Glide, Johnny Sins, Denis Marti, Clarke Kent, A.J. Bailey (I), Isis Taylor, Bill Bailey
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Feature



AJ and her husband Scott have been on the run from a notorious underground gang for years. They finally think they can live a normal life … until the gang catches up to them and kills AJ’s husband Scott. Devastated, AJ returns to her roots as a trained ninja and goes after the killers. With ninja-like moves, she is able to fuck ... and fuck up every gangster she meets. See acclaimed director B. Skow brings his tease-and-please style to a sweeping story with AJ Bailey, in Kung Fu Beauty ... she's taking all comers ... and taking no prisoners.


What starts out as a nifty little feature about a lovely blonde kung fu master (AJ Bailey) who betrays the “syndicate” and has to go into a witness protection program, ends up a decent five-scene collection of sex scenes with a thin narrative.

With some sword play and cute costumes, Kung Fu Beauty feels like it might have become a Kill Bill take-off, but instead provides a vehicle for Bailey’s substantial sexual skills. Smooth ass and pert tits on display, she sucks husband Scott Nails’ large cock before a standing and doggie-style fuck that ends with cum in her mouth and up her nostril. Nails gets murdered, and that sends Bailey on a hunt for his killer.

Along the way, hot brunette Dylan Ryder gets fucked outdoors on some stone steps by Denis Marti; AJ bangs Johnny Sins in an excellent sex scene (a flashback to move the plot along); Isis Taylor outworks Billy Glide in a choppy sequence; and a bound and gagged AJ sucks Bill Bailey while still tied up, and fucks him along with Clarke Kent in a spirited three-way.

The production values and overall look and feel of Kung Fu Beauty are solid. AJ carries the production well, and a BTS provides some insight into her overall performance, which is very good.

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