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Double Filled Cream Teens 3

Released: Aug 01st, 2004
Running Time: 137
Director: Tristan Seagal
Company: Devil's Film
Cast: George Reno, Sandra DeMarco, Jessica (I), Claudia Rossi, Carol (I), Tristan Seagal, Mick Blue, Claudia (VII) (Czech)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Tristan is a charming Euro-stud turned director who has a propensity for inviting his buddies over for a few porn shoots. The casual coital air leaves plenty of room for the stroke-worthy scenes to stretch out. Claudia Rossi is among the cream pie recipients who could give a corpse a boner. She enters a constant state of arousal brought on by the sensation of two cocks competing for her orgasms. It's always a bonus when the chicks cum along for the ride.

Tristan does a credible job of breaking the ice, making things comfortable for the female performers. His presence is a good reminder of how a director/performer can multi-task some solid smut. The scenes decrease in intensity as they go along, however, and the internal pops are unleashed/regurgitated in a regrettably anti-climactic manner. Overall, the elements for an endearing series are in place. The extras could be stepped up a tad next time, though.


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