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Oh My Gush 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 3/20/2001

Starring: Melissa Monet, Kyle Stone, Leann, Vision, Kerry Downs, Lyn Chan, Jeff Scott
Studio: Odyssey

Review brief: Before I saw this film, I was a believer in women being able to squirt. Ive seen it first hand, so I thought it would be great to see a movie dedicated to it. Scene One The film starts off with Melissa Monet in her room alone giving us a very quick solo scene. The scene quickly fades to a cute blonde named Leann explaining how she read in a book and found out how to squirt. The scene starts out quickly with her man fingering her vigorously until she squirts. The only way I know a woman can gush is from rubbing the G spot. It does look like that where hes aiming. However, she doesnt squirt she streams. and a lot. The scene cuts quickly to them lying together in the afterglow. She gives him a turn and barely gets him hard. When he starts doing her missionary, she barely moves. She just lies there. A minute later he asks if she can gush again. In order for it to be done, he gets off her and fingers her while she uses a vibrator on her clit. Again, shes motionless and quiet.
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All Star 

Release date: 10/30/2000
Reviewed on: 11/9/2000

Starring: Vince Voyeur, Alex Sanders, Mr. Marcus, Rebecca Lord, Envy, Lisa Belle, Sadie Sexton, Rocki Roads, Bonita Saint
Studio: Digital Playground

Directed by: Joone
Review brief: Overview Finally, a movie made for DVD! It was only a matter of time before this was to happen. The only differences with this movie compared to a movie captured on video or film are picture quality, sound quality and true multiple angles. I know that a lot of people aren't fans of this, but you have to give credit where credit is do. All of my complaints with multiple angles in the past have been corrected in this movie. First, there's no icon on the screen at all. The multi- angles are throughout the entire movie for the whole scene. Both angles are great. The colors and brightness match. The angles are real-time. Meaning that you see the exact moment in the film, just a different angle. This is the way I think we all envisioned it to be in the first place... all movies until now have failed at it. The only other movie I thought that had good multi-angles was the solo scene in Rocki Roads' Wet Dreams. Ok ok... I'm done talking about the multiple angles... for now.
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Bliss 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 5/11/2000

Starring: Steve Hatcher, Chloe, Tony Tedeschi, Juli Ashton, Tina Tyler, Gina Ryder, Nikita, Joel Lawrence
Studio: VCA

Directed by: Antonio Passolini
Review brief: Overview Bliss is a prime example of how close a porn can be to mainstreamwith a soap opera twist. Juli Ashton is our main character who is not happy and satisfied with her marriage. She wants it to work, but cant help straying in her search for sexual satisfaction. Her best friend is Tina Tyler who has some marital problems of her own. While Juli feels remorse for her actions and loves her husband, Tina is icy cold to her husband for his unfaithfulness. Both Juli and Tina play their parts perfectly. Tina seemed to really enjoy this bitchy character she played it so well. I dont want to give too much of the movie away, so I wont go into too much detail with the scenes. There is a lot of dialog in this movie and its done so well. However, the camera angles are what really struck me. Antonio used some subtle, yet brilliant shots (this may be a guy thing!). For instance, theres a dialog scene in a restaurant, but in the foreground of the shot is another table with a plate of french fries. I know people are thinking so what? Big deal!!, but its kind of artsy.
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