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Kid Vegas? Labor Day Bash

Released: Jan 01st, 2001
Running Time: 86
Director: Kid Vegas
Company: X-Traordinary Pictures
Distribution Companies: Legend
Cast: Kid Vegas, Laisee, Daisa, Others, Princess (I), Jen-X
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Gonzo

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SYNOPSIS

With the rest of the special ed porn.

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Critical Rating: AA

"This is porn the way it should be made" flashes across the screen repeatedly during the long, arduous course of this vid. Yeah, it's definitely porn the way it should be made – if you happened to attend the Napa State [Psychiatric] Hospital's school of cinematography. The Kid takes some surprisingly cute girls to Lake Havasu over Labor Day weekend, and jacks off on them in motel rooms. Once in a while he gets an unenthusiastic blowjob or a quick fuck as well. The watchable aspect comes from brunette Laisee, who's just so hot, and sports a giant "Man's Ruin" tattoo over her cooch as a bonus. The joyous retardation of more noteworthy Kid Vegas vids is mostly absent here; he works best with an idiotic sidekick, and none are forthcoming in this one.

Then again, the last video offering from the Kid featured Johnny Toxic's asshole with a beer bottle hanging out of it. It's really only upwards from that point.


 

Related Content:

Legend
X-Traordinary Pictures
Kid Vegas
Laisee
Daisa
Others
Princess (I)
Jen-X
Kid Vegas

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