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Real Sexxx Letters 
(1.5 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: John West, Nikki Lynn, Rafe, Hamilton Steele, Rachel Rotten, Dave Pounder, Rob Rotten, Crystal Ray, Katarina McKenna, Lovely Lexi
Studio: Smash Pictures

Directed by: James DiGiorgio
Release date: 10/14/2003
Real Sexxx Letters reviews:
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Ive enjoyed Purrrfect Videos Real XXX Letters series and mistakenly picked this one up thinking it was the next volume. Oops! Nothing is further from the fact. Real Sexxx Letters is a cheap ripoff of a successful series. The first evidence that this DVD will have problems is to look at the cast list. Any production that includes Rob Rotten can be considered second-rate immediately. This guy is a walking freak show, with tattoos covering his entire body and a spiked Mohawk that is just plain frightening. To try to pass him off as a porn star is an insult to all other porners. He is, quite simply, unwatchable. But I digress. Like Real XXX Letters, this flick employs a voiceover of a girl reading a letter from an alleged porn fan. That can be a strong tool to set up a scene when done properly. Here, it reeks of sophomoric love notes. Crystal Ray starts off the action with John West. Her average looks are ruined by an unsightly tailbone tat. She sports long, blond hair, a lithe body, and natural, medium tits.
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The Little Details Running Time: 75 min. Production Date: 7 / 9 / 2003 Director: Jimmy DiGiorgio Cast: Crystal Ray, Nikki Lynn, Rachel Rotten, Katarina McKenna, Lovely Lexi, John West, Rafe, Rob Rotten, Hamilton Steele, and Dave Pounder The Short Story Initial Expectations: Jimmy D has made some good movies. Im looking forward to this one. Initial Reaction: Its okay, but nowhere near close to special. Who Should Watch It : Fans of the stars in the movie Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting something special or well done technical aspects The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: The audio is okay. The voice overs are kept at about the same level as the action in the scenes, and I dont think I heard a single background noise. Some of the dialogue in the movie is a bit low, and often left a bit to be desired. The video leaves much more to be desired. Its often a bit dark and has a fair amount of grain and cloudiness as well as a few very noticeable remnants. Its almost like watching a VHS picture.
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