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Released: Aug 01st, 2001
Running Time: 137
Director: Randy West
Company: Randy West Productions
Distribution Companies: Evil Angel
Cast: Trinity (I), Lee Stone, Chris Cannon, Monica Sweetheart, Fantasy, Randy West, Jay Ashley, Sylvia Sinn, Lea DeMae
Critical Rating: AAAA
The best Up and Cummers in a while. Hits the ground running with cutie Lea DeMae, who slowly strips in front of a shaded window. West just gazes at her through his camera for a minute or two. She finally gets in bed with West and Lee Stone, trading off their attentions until she goes one-on-one with Stone, bouncing on his dick like a woman possessed. Stone forgets the rules for a moment and pops inside her, howling and growling. Trinity is up next, and although she shot a b.j. with West, that's been set aside in storage and we see her go-round with Jay Ashley. Good choice. Randy outdoes himself behind the camera, including one shot where they're in doggie position; we see their pounding privates in the foreground and in the background we watch them watching themselves in a mirror. Later, somebody asks her "You like that?" and she responds with an affirmative "Mmmmmmmm" while wiggling her hips.
Next up, first-timer Sylvia Sinn. She's about an inch taller than Chris Cannon in her high heels, and self-consciously peers at the camera until Cannon marathon-eats her pussy until she's grabbing his head to pull him even closer to her, then starts to pull his clothes off. She starts to suck his cock, stroking, sucking with closed-eyed intensity as West sneaks a peek at her engorged labia. The fucking starts soon after that. Lots of it.
West closes the tape out with two quickie b.j. scenes with girls who have since left the business, Fantasy and Monica Sweetheart. The Monica scene is particularly good - her sunny smile and cheery attitude make an impression even though the scene is brief.
Good camerawork, well paced, excellent talent choices, and West's casual charm tying it all together.