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Bad Girls 9

Released: Oct 01st, 1997
Running Time: 76
Director: Toni English
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Michael Hart, Brian Surewood, Dyanna Lauren, Frank Towers, T.T. Boy, Madelyn Knight, Kelly Jean, Mitchell Gant, Peter North, Papillon, Sofia Ferrari
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Dyanna Lauren and Madelyn Knight are two incompatible cons. Shackled together, they make a run for it to clear their names and seek their revenge in this well-made female buddy picture.

Two scenes are superlative. The fugitives haul out their tits and get a ride from a country bumpkin in exchange for some sex. He chops their handcuffs. They polish his woodie. This outdoor, flatbed three-way includes cunt-licking, mish and doggie, and ends with a cumshot to the ass. In another, Knight deceives two chop shop mechanics into working her over as part of a sting. She and the audience get more than they could hope for before the double popshot to her magnificent ass.

A winning formula video in the best sense of the phrase, it succeeds thanks to coherent script with a real plot, excellent performances (especially from Lauren and Knight), and professional production values.


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