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Review brief: I had a pleasant two-page review all ready to go, but Astroknight beat me to the posting with his in depth analysis, so Ive trashed 60 of it. I mean, the guy has nearly 2000 reviews to his credit compared to my paltry 3. And massive detailed shit too! Really top notch. Please, I hope you get an award when you do reach that 2000 review mark, Astro! So, go click on his name in the upper right hand corner to see his review and then come back. This one is almost workplace porn. Now, normally, when I go to work, I dont get to put my cock into my coworkers craphole.* Laura in Sales doesnt come over and allow her ripe rump to be spoiled, nor does Sue in Accounting tolerate her anything to pop in to her hinder hole. And certainly not during work hours not that I have tried. But this is all in a normal days work in Porn Valley, California. God, what a life. Perhaps someday we can bridge the gap between Porn Valley, California and the rest of the world, but it wont happen today. But it comes close in 5 People You Meet In Porn from our very own Hustler.
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Review brief: The Little Details Running Time: 86 min. Production Date: 9 / 10 / 2005 Director: Jerome Tanner Cast: Angela Stone, Brooke Haven, Harmony Rose, Jamie Huxley, Evan Stone, Jack Lawrence, Jack Venice, Manuel Ferrara, and Scott Nails The Short Story Initial Expectations: Ive heard some pretty good things about this one, and its been quite a while since I checked out anything from Jerome Tanner. Im going into this one with a bit of hope. Initial Reaction: Its hot, and easily one of the best porno comedies of 2005. Who Should Watch It : Anybody who wants a good laugh between stroke scenes Who Should Avoid It: Anybody who uses a remote between sex scenes The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: The technical aspects are pretty well done. The audio is clear and well balanced, and I dont think I noticed a single background noise. The video is also pretty well done. Its clear and free of any jerky camera motion, but a little soft. Theres also a few shadows that pop up now and then.
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