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Girls Hunting Girls 5

Released: Dec 01st, 2005
Running Time: 120
Director: Max Poppinwood
Company: CinemaPlay Entertainment
Cast: Veronika (I), Ashley (I), Amy (I), Bella (I), Gianna, Roxetta, Sarah (I), Alisa (I), Taylor (I), Alyssa (I), Karlie (I), Jana (I), Destiny (I), Michelle (I), Lain
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Previous volumes of GHG were shot in Europe, where eye-catching locations and pretty girls who can't speak English were the main draw. This entry is strictly a SoCal affair, where the Valley locations are dull and the pretty girls, like, mangle English y'know? Kewel!

Frankly, the vid seems as directionless as a paper boat in the ocean. Pickup scenarios are creative as a tenth generation Xerox; the action is just passable for this type of crotch licking soiree. Thankfully, toys are kept to a minimum - leaving a lot of room for natural manipulations - but the whole thing still falls apart. Rubbing salt in the gash is the fact that at 130 minutes, this material overstays its welcome by fifty percent. The second threesome with Bella, Karlie, and Jana is the least artificial (making it the hottest scene? by default).

Retailing: A few pretty faces are all GHG5 offers.


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Veronika (I)
Ashley (I)
Amy (I)
Bella (I)
Sarah (I)
Alisa (I)
Taylor (I)
Alyssa (I)
Karlie (I)
Jana (I)
Destiny (I)
Michelle (I)
Max Poppinwood


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