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Road to Atlantis

Released: Jan 01st, 2005
Running Time: 100
Director: Frank Thring
Company: Hustler Video
Cast: Patricia (I), Jasmin (VI) (Hungarian), Frank Gun, Sarah Blue, Julia Crow, Dark Angel, Andy Brown, George Uhl
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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SYNOPSIS

For the Euro-babe crowd.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

The Greek fantasyland that crumbled into the sea (and made famous in song by a British hippie) is relegated to a minor reference in Road to Atlantis. Mangling English in more ways than we could count, the revolving-door members of its Eurocast shed absolutely no light on Frank Gun's mysterious quest to connect with the past. (Our best guess is that a Greek costume shop was having a half-price sale on togas.)

George Uhl's ability to connect with a myriad of Euro-babes is substantially better than the plot - especially when he planks a sultry redhead named Dark Angel, who gobbles his uncut loukaniko before surrendering her delicious buns to a thorough pounding. (Nothing new here, but it's worth a modest half "A.")

After a few tepid gropes (hetero and Sapphic) the title concludes with an unmotivated orgy, which place on a rocky hillside. It's all downhill from there.


 

Related Content:

Hustler Video
Julia Crow
Andy Brown
Patricia (I)
Frank Gun
Dark Angel
George Uhl
Jasmin (VI) (Hungarian)
Sarah Blue
Frank Thring

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