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Bordello Blues

Released: Feb 01st, 2001
Running Time: 83
Director: Wesley Emerson
Company: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Devinn Lane, Ian Daniels, Ava Vincent, Alex Foxe, Gwen Summers, Renee LaRue, Michael J. Cox, Mickey G., Chris Cannon, Inari Vachs
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Couples, couples, couples.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Devinn Lane is a widow whose husband owned a Nevada brothel. Of course, she didn't know this, and when she finds out, she promptly faints. And, also of course, she eventually decides to become the new madam ('cause otherwise, we wouldn't have a movie).

There's actual acting in this tape, even! Devinn and Gwen Summers have a girl-girler, and Lane actually sells the notion that she's never fucked a girl before, and Gwen actually sells herself as a seductive initiator. It works!

Trouble, of course, rears its head as the evil county commissioner (Mickey G.) tries to find an excuse not to renew their license, but Devinn videos herself fucking him in the ass with a strap-on and saves the ranch.

Very strong technically, as well as sexually. While the dialogue's weak, the performers do the best job possible with it.


 

Related Content:

Wicked Pictures
Ava Vincent
Gwen Summers
Ian Daniels
Inari Vachs
Michael J. Cox
Alex Foxe
Devinn Lane
Chris Cannon
Renee LaRue
Mickey G.
Wesley Emerson

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