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Who's Your Daddy 3

Released: Feb 01st, 2004
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Company: Zero Tolerance Entertainment
Cast: Sarah Jordan, Kurt Lockwood, Lucy Lee, Violet Blue, Emily Davinci, Jennifer Luv, Lee Stone
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAAA

This is a solid tape that has its bases covered on all the technical grounds but lacks the enthusiasm that a title like this would suggest. Violet Blue is wicked, really getting into the series' concept of young women calling their partners "Daddy." The same can be said of Lucy Lee and to a certain extent Brianna Blaze.

But Emily Davinci doesn't really sell it - though her scene with Mark Wood certainly has momentum. And Sarah Jordan isn't into it at all.

It's not just the women lacking enthusiasm for the concept either - the director seems to be doing a paint-by-numbers sex scene, atypical of the rent-a-mansion-shoot-a-porn movement.

Quasarman's sense of humor makes the awkward pre-interview interesting. The fact that they are probably smart to make the women state that the man or men they are about to have sex with is a sad commentary of the age. It should be noted that the women who turn in the best sex scenes overall - Violet Blue, Lucy Lee and Emily DaVinci - are all smart asses during their interviews.


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