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Hot N Her

Released: Dec 01st, 2006
Running Time: 121
Director: Matt Ass
Companies: BadAss Pictures, Metro Distributors
Cast: Natalli Di Angelo, Lauro Giotto, Bob Terminator, Michael V, Agatha (I), Valeri Scott, Linda (I), Jennifer Stone
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAA

So take off all your clothes? Where are we, Nellyville? What is this, "Cuntry Grammar?" In order, the answers are yes, no and kind of. And like Nelly's album, the sluts here featured are utterly "promiscuous."

Puns and references aside, this BadAss/Metro collaboration is a European production with Bob Terminator the most familiar name of the bunch. Of the females, hot Czech Jennifer Stone gets with Lauro Giotto (who performs thrice in toto) in a white room, but instead of black curtains, lots of blooming visuals make the pussy hard to peruse.

Faux redhead Agatha wears a camisole proclaiming "TRY ME;" and slinky blonde n00b Natalli Di Angelo spreads her pink butthole (but never takes it past the rim). Of the rest, Valeri Scott is best.

Technically, the video is somewhat muddled in contrast settings, and the raw footage looks professionally amateurish. Good action, bad extras, average at best.

Retailing: Euro-fans will like Jennifer and Natalli well enough.


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BadAss Pictures
Metro Distributors
Natalli Di Angelo
Bob Terminator
Agatha (I)
Linda (I)
Lauro Giotto
Michael V
Valeri Scott
Jennifer Stone
Matt Ass


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