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Released: Apr 01st, 2004
Running Time: 82
Director: Kat Slater
Company: Hustler Video
Cast: Kate (I), Charisma (I), Trent Tesoro, Joel Lawrence, Steve Holmes (I), Venus (I), Breanna, Christie, Brooke (I), Tristan (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
Despite the so-so action, the Hustler name will likely make this a strong mover.
Pretty girls, pretty tepid action, pretty unsexy music, pretty silly connecting device (about a - hold on to your hats - whore). Yup, that about sums up Young Sluts, Inc. 15.
Its five sex scenes have a decidedly undistinctive quality to them - so, too, do most of their largely unknown girls - with under-energized action that is middle of the road (little anal; no d.p.s, gape, drool, etc.), quaint even and - sorry - just not very wankable. Now who would ever have thunk to associate those qualities with Hustler, of all companies?
If we had to pick some standout scenes in this so-so lot, we suppose they would be the Katya/Tristan opener, which has a few hot moments (though one can barely see the pop cause his dick is obscured by her tittie - shot from mid-range, rather than in close-up), and scene three's Kat Captive/Trent Tesoro pairing. At times, Captive is a nice, loud emoter who stares down the camera while cumming and a few moments later, with his jizz on her face. But on the down side, some goofy rock music (the antithesis of sexy house, trance or even some metal) plays over the all-but-silent action, with nary an audible, boner-producing moan.
Average as average can be, though, is the rest of the sexualOne other annoying note: why in the world ID the girls at the start of every scene with the first names of their paper-thin "characters" rather than their porn first names? It's not like these are richly drawn, three-dimensional roles. And more to the point, your customers are likely to get confused, thinking the characters' names are the fairly obscure performers' names. Silly.