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Private Requests

Released: Sep 01st, 1994
Running Time: 66
Director: India Pink
Company: Glintz Video
Cast: Tony Martino, C.J. Bennett, David Hartman, Natasha (I), Margarine Spread, Bianca Trump, Debra Wells, Kimberly Chambers
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Hosts "Skip" and "Dave" blunder through banter which is supposed to be runny as they read fan mail supposedly from viewers who suggest video fantasies they would like to see on camera. This provides the buffer for a quartet of scenes which are pretty tame and banal.

Most notable are performances by C.J. Bennett, Kimberly Chambers and Bianca Trump. Bennett and Chambers are on hand for two tumbles, a fourway and a two-on-one, and in both, their sloshy oral expertise and erotic enthusiasm shines. When the hosts introduce a requested clip of plain old "straight sex," jaded porn-sters might yawn and predict the appearance of Ms. Trump as I did. But here, the always beautiful but sometimes yawny Bianca is a real surprise in a bouncy, boisterous, lip-biting, smiling, grimacing encounter. Private Requests is outstanding in spots, but in general, this effort is only adequately videographed, adequately performed and adequately arousing.


 

Related Content:

Glintz Video
Tony Martino
C.J. Bennett
David Hartman
Natasha (I)
Margarine Spread
Bianca Trump
Debra Wells
Kimberly Chambers
India Pink

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