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Anal Revolution

Released: Nov 01st, 1991
Running Time: 74
Directors: Jackson St Louis, Rex Borsky
Company: Rosebud Productions
Cast: Alexandria Quinn, Sean Michaels, Madison (I), Brigette Aime, Buck Adams, Tianna (III), Tom Byron, Candace Heart
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Sorry to say that there is really nothing all that revolutionary about Anal Revolution, a rather perfunctory sexvid about rear entry romance that uses overworked adult video cliché #6: guys hold fake contest as a way to meet and bed women.


Asa “specialty” tape of sorts, there is enough anal action here to satisfy most viewers, and the roster of talent assembled (rarely seen more than once, as is usual for this sort of feature) does a fair job with what they’re give. Alexandria Quinn, Candace Heart, and the newly-endowed Madison in particular stand out from a cast that is hard to remember for any particular scene. Well, actually I do remember one scene where a guy wants to take pictures so he can prove to his friends that this girl allowed him “to boldly go where no man has gone before.” So when does he use the camera? That’s right, afterwards when she’s lying on the floor—proof positive if ever I saw it!


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Rosebud Productions
Tom Byron
Alexandria Quinn
Madison (I)
Buck Adams
Candace Heart
Sean Michaels
Brigette Aime
Tianna (III)
Jackson St Louis
Rex Borsky


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