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Angel Buns

Released: Mar 01st, 2004
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Director: David MacKenzie
Company: Video-X-Pix
Cast: Veronica Hart, Tiffany Clark, Diana May, Lisa Beth, Brenda Brooks, Angelina Flores, George Payne
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Film

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Terrific acting, hot babes and steamy sex make this a classic with enough legs to succeed in today\'s market.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Back in The Day, Veronica Hart was known as one hell of an actress, and here, as an angel trying to earn her wings, she most definitely doesn't disappoint.  (She also looks great as a near-platinum blonde.)  Likewise, R. Bolla is good at character work, and his portrayal as a sex-obsessed shoe salesman plays beautifully against Hart's seething sensuality.

Seems angel Hart is sent down to help Bolla improve his sex life by helping him lay just about anybody he wants -- that redheaded teenybopper who dissed him at his store, for instance, or his ex-girlfriend who promised him her anal cherry but then ditched him before it happened.

There are six reasonably full sex scenes, including a couple of anal ones, with Hart acting so angelic throughout -- espeically in her finale with Bolla -- that even the most dedicated atheist may be moved to believe in miracles.  mark this down as a pre-nom for Best Classic DVD.


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Tiffany Clark
Lisa Beth
Angelina Flores
Veronica Hart
Diana May
Brenda Brooks
George Payne
David MacKenzie


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