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MaKayla's Navy

Released: Aug 01st, 2000
Running Time: 90
Company: Dreamland USA
Cast: Alec Metro, Captain Bob, McKayla, Tara (I), Alona, Rich Handsome, Mike Horner, Angelica Sin, Heaven Leigh
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Feature

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A solid prospect, specially for reners who fall on the patriotic side of porn

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Critical Rating: AAAA

It's anchors aweigh as Uncle Sam's sailor boys get some much-needed shore leave in this video. As the video jacket explains, "Some girls just can't swallow enough Seamen," and the women on display here definitely fit that description.

The story begins with a young sailor inadvertently peeping through a window and getting an eyeful of the Admiral's wife undressing. When he's caught, he gets sentenced to the brig; but (name this mainstream film, now) two guards who serve as his escort there are determined to show him some fun on the way. They discover he's a virgin and decide that he soul at least get a good piece of ass before getting locked away for two years. [The Last Detail. C'mon, Lovejoy, you can do better than that -- Ed.]

The three sailors visit a popular whorehouse, and each of them gets a turn with a lovely lady (or two). The action is nicely paced, neither rushed nor laborious, and there is plenty of good camera work to enjoy. Performances are good, if not overly passionate; especially the oral.


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Dreamland USA
Alec Metro
Captain Bob
Tara (I)
Rich Handsome
Mike Horner
Angelica Sin
Heaven Leigh


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