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Pick-Up Lines: The Movie

Released: Oct 01st, 1995
Running Time: 107
Director: Tom Stone
Company: 4-Play Video
Cast: Jill Kelly, Nikole Lace, Tatyanna, Frank Towers, Missy (I), Nancy Vee, Tabitha (I), Alex Dane, Bam Bam (III), Peter North, Gerry Pike, Leanna Foxxx
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Most of the seven scenes in this primer on how to pick up girls begin with the "stud" laying some lame, Ed Powers-type schtick on a girl at the beach, asking her to star in a porn movie. Thankfully, the sex -- shot with a steadi-cam and featuring imaginative angles and thorough coverage of the action, with a smooth, sexy score by Dr. Sammy Shears -- more than makes up for the supercilious dialog and non-story.

This vid also boasts a beautiful stable of female stars, and some of the best facials ever witnessed. Especially memorable in this regard is Leanna Foxxx, who seems to have a real passion for the cream, licking it up and smearing it across her face like it was ambrosia. Likewise, Missy and Kelly await the fruit of Vouyer's loins with open maws, like baby chicks crying for a worm.

As an educational exercise, this tape flunks. As a sex vid, it's magna cum laude.


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4-Play Video
Peter North
Nancy Vee
Leanna Foxxx
Alex Dane
Missy (I)
Nikole Lace
Gerry Pike
Tabitha (I)
Frank Towers
Jill Kelly
Bam Bam (III)
Tom Stone


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