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Racer X

Released: Mar 01st, 2005
Running Time: 83
Director: Nicholas Steele
Company: Ultimate Pictures
Distribution Companies: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Julian St. Jox, Mario Duato, Eve Lawrence, Carmen Luvana, Chanelle Chavez, Dee (I), Steven St. Croix, Chris Evans, Tanya Daniels
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Feature

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The promise of racing action will sell this, but warn customers not to be too disappointed at the lack of it.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

In this good-looking high definition production, viewers will expect some character clash when Chris Evans is brought in as warehouse manager while long-time employee Steven St. Croix is overlooked - especially since both own hot street-racers, and St. Croix's girlfriend Carmen Luvana catches him dipping his wick (cowgirl, doggie, mish) into best-bud Chanelle Chavez, leading Carmen to cozy up to Evans.

But the conflict never materializes, even when the guys race a bit on deserted L.A. streets - so they'll just have to settle for hot sex, including the Chavez/St. Croix match-up, torrid Luvana scenes with both St. Croix and Evans; cowgirl and mish with Marco Duato and new blacktress Tanya Daniels; and a decent girl/girler with Dee and Eve Lawrence.

Pre-nom the Chavez/St. Croix and Luvana/Evans scenes for Best Couples Sex Scene.


Related Content:

Adam & Eve Pictures
Ultimate Pictures
Julian St. Jox
Mario Duato
Eve Lawrence
Carmen Luvana
Chanelle Chavez
Dee (I)
Steven St. Croix
Chris Evans
Tanya Daniels
Nicholas Steele


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