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Boxcover for Customer Service (Asian Guys)
Customer Service (Asian Guys) 
(3.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Lex Kyler, Sam Carson
Studio: Asian Guys

Release date: 4/2/2003
Customer Service (Asian Guys) reviews:
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If you are under the delusion that Orientals have small cocks, this DVD will change your mind once and for all. The setting is a Thai restaurant. I see a waiter bring a glass of water but nothing else, There is, however, plenty of meat consumed here. We see a handsome youth enter the restaurant. He is taken to a table. When the waiter returns with a glass of water he is wearing only an apron and white semi-transparent bikini briefs. The waiter is small and skinny but what we see in outline in those briefs is enormous. The youthful customer is quite taken with it and soon has it out of its confinement. My, God but thats a big dick! The waiter probably only weighs 115 tops, 25 pounds of which is that dick. The cute young customer can only take part of it in his mouth. It is at this point that another customer enters. The newcomer is in his teens. Very young and baby-faced. He watches from the next table.
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Nude Science 
(3.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Dino Phillips, Peter Wilder, Pierce Vendetta, Eduardo, J.T. Sloan, Derek Cameron, Joey Hart, Raphael Valentino, Sam Carson, Austin, Ted Matthews, Johnny Rey, Dex Banning, George Brazil, Gavin Michaels
Studio: IMD

Release date: 7/8/2001
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Taking a cue from John Hughes 1985 teen comedy Weird Science, that Val Kilmer and Anthony Michael Hall picture about two computer geeks who create a perfect woman via computer, Nude Science goes a few steps further as Derek Cameron and Joey Hart use a brand new program to bring toy dolls to life, for their sexual pleasure, as well as to toy with an obnoxious houseguest. I must say that I immediately began a search for this program myself, and came up high and dry. Think of the possibilities - - you know that old Luke Skywalker action figure you have lying around...or better still, that Han Solo figure that has seen better days....all yours at the click of a mouse!Its a great concept, and executed with panache by director Dane Preston. Except for one instance, Sharon Kane contributes a great techno-pop score, appropriate to the movie.
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