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The Violation of Jade Marcela

Released: Sep 01st, 2000
Running Time: 83
Director: Jim Powers
Company: JM Productions
Cast: Mia Domore, Gwen Summers, Michele Raven, Ryan (I), Candy Apples, Heaven Leigh, C.J. Bennett, Jade Marcela
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Jarheads and lesbo-lovers alike will dig this tape.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

One of the better in the Violation series, VOJM is exactly what's promised: a lesbian gangbang. This time around the setting is an army barracks with a tough-as-nails "Drill Sergeant" barking orders and wrecking havoc on the pussies of her privates. Forget blood wings.

The highlight is when Summers shoves a dildo-sheathed gun - toy, that is - up Leigh's delectable snatch. Of course, there's plenty of military talk throughout the tape - made less credible by the moments of self-conscious, giggly delivery.

The actual gangbang starts when the girls beat Jade with rolled towels as she lies in her cot - how Kubrickian of Powers. The hardcore fucking continues with the girls violating every inch of Marcela with lots of toys, and making her lick and satisfy them all. The tape would be a bit better if all the performers had committed to the same tough, gang-banger attitude that Summers adopts. Marcela plays a great abused slut.


Related Content:

JM Productions
C.J. Bennett
Mia Domore
Michele Raven
Candy Apples
Jade Marcela
Gwen Summers
Ryan (I)
Heaven Leigh
Jim Powers


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