“All Girls All The Time” is an otherwise-good, all-girl production from SunLust and Vivid that suffers from a couple of fatal flaws. First, the screen clarity and resolution in this production aren’t up to current industry standards, and most of the scenes honestly resemble average VHS tape quality. Second, a couple (at least?) of the sequences are once again repeats from prior releases (Scene Five and Scene Six). Both of these shortcomings are a bit too common for SunLust’s releases, and this is unfortunate because they’re not going to help the company with their sales.
In terms of the apparently-new material, there is typically little to no theme-based setup to the scenes, and they generally feature the prominent use of fingers, tongues, and / or vibrators. The first one includes some Sapphic love between Zoe Britton and Mason Moore (good-to-very-good ; Scene One), the second involves a romp between Aurora Snow and Gianna Lynn (good-to-very-good ; Scene Two), the third features Charlie Laine and Crista Moore and is the best one on the disc (excellent ; Scene Three), and the fourth brings together Melissa Jacobs and Ellie Foxx (good-to-very-good ; Scene Four).
The last two segments are repeats of prior material. Scene Five is the same as Scene Four from “Big Tit Perverts” and involves girl-on-girl action between London Keyes and Amber Ashlee (link to my prior review). Scene Six presents a three-girl affair involving Gianna Lynn, Zoe Britton, and Charmane Star that’s the same as Scene Three from “Take Her Easy” (link to my prior review).
A couple of other items are worth a mention, as well. The movie clocks in at a good deal over two hours, despite what is advertised on some online sites in terms of running length. There are ads that play upon hitting “Play Movie” that are somewhat annoying, and the only bonus here is a “Photo Gallery” that plays a slideshow of “pretty-girl” shots and stills from the production.
Overall, this production is largely killed by a couple of serious shortcomings that seem to be a bit too common from SunLust these days. While it does have its moments, there’s nothing really to write home about here, either (other than Scene Three, which is quite hot). In all, this one should be approached with caution.
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