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Up and Cummers 43

Released: Dec 01st, 1997
Running Time: 140
Director: Randy West
Company: Randy West
Distribution Companies: Evil Angel
Cast: Avalon, Peter Duncan, Randy West, Diva Station, Mark Davis, Alyssa Love, Taylor Moore, John West, Shana Lee, Tina Lewis
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

For her first-time hetero scene (with Mark Davis), Deva Station rides a wave of rising orgasms which look real as hell to us; not a little bit surprising, since many of the previous "girls-only" performers couldn't give a damn about dick. Not Deva Station; this bang definitely isn't just for the bucks! Davis falls off the bed in his rush to stick it to her again.

The opener with newcummer Tina Lewis, a pretty Latina, seems to be going in all the right places, but West goes soft (on the focus) as Tina's boyfriend pops a big one in her face. Otherwise, it's a 99% solid scene. Later, West makes amends by fucking lovely Alyssa Love up the ass, twice. A few more extreme close-ups of her spread butt cheeks awaiting the imminent arrival of his pork sword would've been nice, but the tape is solid anyway. Make room for Randy!


 

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