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Dangerous Tides

Released: Mar 01st, 1998
Running Time: 86
Director: Brad Armstrong
Company: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Wild Oscar, Yvonne (I), Melissa Hill, Barocca, Alexandra Silk, Angelica Sin, Jenna Jameson, Missy (I), Ruby (I), Antonia (I), Nici Sterling, Eric Price, Steve Drake, Charlie (I), Mickey G.
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Gorgeous seagoing vid. About half an hour in, a plot insinuates itself, involving the hijacking of a boat, drug smugglers, mistaken identity, that sort of thing. So what. It serves the same function as a hat on a horse: decorative but unnecessary.

The six sex scenes, including one open-air six-girl number, have both creativity and heat. Several scenes are shot in natural sunlight, and Armstrong can place a camera with the best of them - like during a blowjob, where the couple is locked in eye contact, oblivious to a person waling into the frame in the background.

Jenna fans will be pleased to know she's in three of the scenes; one each with Vince Vouyer and Mickey G., and the six-girl scene as well.

Tech credits are superlative across the board. Armstrong's direction, ace camerawork by Jake Jacobs and Jack Remy, editing by Michael Zen and lighting design by Lucas Cool are all nom-worthy.


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Wicked Pictures
Wild Oscar
Yvonne (I)
Melissa Hill
Alexandra Silk
Angelica Sin
Jenna Jameson
Missy (I)
Ruby (I)
Antonia (I)
Nici Sterling
Eric Price
Steve Drake
Charlie (I)
Mickey G.
Brad Armstrong


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