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Released: Jun 01st, 2004
Running Time: 120
Director: Rob Black
Company: Extreme Associates
Cast: Dick Nasty, Dick Tracy, Ted Hunter, Crystal Ray, Lyla Lei, Julie Night, Keiko, Trinity Page, Hollie Stevens, Tyler Wood, Mason Storm, Cailey Taylor, Vicky Vette, Alexia Malone, Jay Ashley
Critical Rating: AAAA
The return of Extreme. 'Nuff said.
Oral Hygiene, Rob Black's return to the porn wars, feels like Extreme-light. Either Black has indeed mellowed with age and/or because of his well-documented legal problems (who could blame him?), or in his year or so hiatus, the super hard-edge stuff he was once in the vanguard of has continued to get harder without him.
Nonetheless, Oral Hygiene gets spot pick status primarily because it's an event of sorts - Black's first new work in some time, something his legion of fans, your customers, we assume will flock too - but also because it has its share of strokable pleasures among its twelve scenes, all featuring two or three guys on one female. And it's those single girls on whose backs - actually mouths, tongues and throats - the strength or weakness of the scenes rest.
Hence, Oral Hygiene starts off on a high note with gorgeous Mason Storm, kinda loses its steam in the middle with less impressive fillies, then goes out on a bang with the likes of Katrina Kraven, Crystal Ray, Vickey Vette and especially mega-whore Julie Night, whose blistering, jaw-dropping (literally) three-on-one is most reminiscent of the old envelope-pushing, say-you-love-Satan Extreme, and which deserves a pre-nom for Best Oral Sex Scene. The title itself, meanwhile, deserves one for Best Oral-Themed Feature.
Welcome back buddy. Like an athlete returning to action after being on the DL, it'll probably take you some time to get up to full speed. Here's hoping a jury of your peers lets you, cause we're not sure we can handle the kinder, gentler Rob Black.