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Released: Feb 01st, 2004
Running Time: 110
Director: Lillian Fisher
Company: Real Genius Productions
Cast: Cris Taliana, Gen Padovi, Sinnamon Love, Mollie Monroe, Adina Jewel, Shine, Nika DeVita, Vanessa (VII)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
A series dedicated to amateurs masturbating should be a strong sell.
The cover proclaims "real girls! real situations!" but don't believe the hype - these are amateurs acting out contrived scenarios. Not that there's anything wrong with that, if Lillian Fisher can deliver the heat.
She can. With seven solo scenes, there's a lot to choose from. Lovely Latina Vanessa gets so hot in the kitchen, she's forced to retreat to her bed for a dose of self-love. She spanks and fingers her cooch and comes quite convincingly. CriS Taliana is even hotter as a naughty Asian schoolgirl blowing off her homework in favor of her Hello Kitty vibrator. Her orgasm is long and wet. Black beauty Adina Jewel shows that it's always important to moisturize as she spreads lotion over her impressive boobs before delving deep into her moist cleft. Gen Padova, a petite blond with a huge mint-green dildo, shakes and shudders to a climax. Nika DeVita relaxes from a long day at the office by stripping out of her office clothes and jerking off fiercely.
Blonde Mollie Monroe has an unusual job interview with the director, one that involves taking off all her clothes. She fills both ass and pussy with her fingers - quite a workout! Sinnamon Love, another black girl with a nice rack, sensually plays with her little clit ring until she's purring. Finally, Shine goes into therapy - sex therapy. Her analyst tells her that she needs to learn to pleasure herself first, so she gives it the old college try with a purple vibrator. This Latina lovely is a little more subdued than the rest, so her scene is disappointing; a better closer would have nailed this series. Still, it's a promising start, even if it "realness" is exaggerated.
The DVD suffers from poor resolution in many scenes.