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Natural Wonders of the World 25

Released: Oct 01st, 2003
Running Time: 101
Director: Roy Alexandre
Company: Blue Coyote Pictures
Cast: Sara (I), Stefany, Marketa (I), Kate (I), Caroline (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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For those who love first-timers, and a womanly shape.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

All scenes except the first have a little interview introduction of the girls. This makes the aggressive advances in the opening scene seem out of place, but Marketa does a terrific job nonetheless. We are captivated by Kate's green eyes, but unable to hear her in the second scene opening. The director rightly acknowledges this by subtitling her responses. Each of the debutantes is curvy and uniquely beautiful, but not all are D-cups as the box cover claims. In particular Sara, pronounced "Shaka" is not overly top heavy but she delivers such a sexy and genuine first time performance nobody cares. The girls carry through the last two scenes as the unaccredited, equally young male fumbles with them.

The lighting and picture quality are terrific. The DVD has superb trailers of the NWotW line. The Still Galleries dedicated to each girl are large and contain a nice mix of soft and hardcore pictures. Except for the previously noted sound problem, the audio is good with a steady sub-track.


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Kate (I)
Sara (I)
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Caroline (I)
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