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Bangin' Latin Ho's

Released: Nov 01st, 2006
Running Time: 112
Director: Rick Davis
Company: Cherry X
Cast: Justin Magnum, Van Damage, Rio (I), Jessie Castro, Cheyne Collins, Dick Delaware, Havana Ginger, John West, Lena Juliet, Reno, Justin Syder, Layla Rivera, Buster Good
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAAA

With a menu mixed at levels much too loud, Cherry X introduces its high-def Latina entry. With a relatively fresh female cast, it's a healthy, five-scene affair.

Brazilian Rio (from London, no less) starts with two guys, and her unique accent of British Spanish is altogether unique and erotically charged. Strangely, though she's skewered and pounded up the anal orifice, she never takes the customary d.p. More strangely, neither does threewaying highlight Havana Ginger (credited as "Hauama") or two-timing Lena Juliet, though each has ample opportunity. That said, Havana's outing is, regardless, the best of the bunch (fake breasts notwithstanding); and her ebony ferocity sets the bar mighty high. Luckily, no girl is bad, and each bears down in multiple positions.

Certainly, BLH represents a big step forward for Cherry X and company.

Retailing: Solid Latin sex equals pesos out the burro!


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Cherry X
Justin Magnum
Van Damage
Rio (I)
Jessie Castro
Cheyne Collins
Dick Delaware
Havana Ginger
John West
Lena Juliet
Justin Syder
Layla Rivera
Buster Good
Rick Davis


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