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Cherries 35

Released: Mar 01st, 2004
Running Time: 83
Companies: Homegrown Video, Xplore Media Group
Distribution Companies: Pure Play Media
Cast: Suzy (I), Madison (I), Chloe (I), Kimberly (I), Harmony (VII) (amateur)
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Pro-Am

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Critical Rating: AAA

It's wall-to-wall blondes in this installment of Xplor's teen amateur series. The appearance of fan favorite Chloe should help this title move off the shelves a little bit faster than it might by word of mouth because when all is said and done there sure ain't much to write home - or a review - about.

Compounding the uninspired sex is the insipid and worn-out interview device that frame the five sex scenes. Take Harmony, for instance, who has only been with five guys sexually in her life until she decided to really throw chastity to the wind and do the dirty on camera. What is she asked about losing her virginity? Was it a special night? What were your emotions? No. The intrepid interviewer wants to know if she bled all over the sheets (Yes, she did).

And then there's cute Kimberly, whose turn on is voyeurism, being queried about her deflowering: "What positions did you guys do?" The brainless quality of the Q&A sessions should serve as an indicator for a less-than-inspired sexual outing.


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Pure Play Media
Homegrown Video
Xplore Media Group
Suzy (I)
Madison (I)
Chloe (I)
Kimberly (I)
Harmony (VII) (amateur)


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