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Stripped : Ava Rose

Released: Mar 26th, 2008
Running Time: 116 Min.
Director: Andre Madness
Cast: Myles, James Bartholet, Brooke Banner, Kelly Kline, Kelli Tyler, Ava Rose, Seth Dickens, Brad Hardy, Richard Kline
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Ava Rose plays a struggling actress in this slickly produced Andre Madness vehicle. Rose can't pay her bills, and this is almost as much of a problem for her roommate, Kelly Kline. However, Kline's main concern is fucking her boyfriend (Seth Dickens). The pair share a solid turn that's highlighted by a foot job, and Dickens eventually pops on Kline's pretty feet.

 

Rose soon must turn to the next best job for an aspiring actress ... stripping. She quickly learns that there are other ways to make money, since the strip club she finds also is a brothel and, apparently, one that specializes in cream pies. Both Kelli Tyler and Brooke Banner take internal pops in consecutive scenes. While Rose forgoes this act, she squirts brilliantly with her first trick. However, after a passionate "audition" with casting agent Steven St. Croix, Rose's money troubles may be history.


Retailing: Strong feature for Ava Rose fans.


 

Related Content:

Myles
James Bartholet
Brooke Banner
Kelly Kline
Kelli Tyler
Ava Rose
Seth Dickens
Brad Hardy
Richard Kline
Andre Madness

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