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Moving Violations

Released: Aug 01st, 2006
Running Time: 202
Director: Mike Metropolis
Company: Smash Pictures
Cast: Toby Pacific, Lorena Sanchez, Chelsie Rae, Jack Napier, Ava Rose, Jenner, Mia Rose, Trent Tesoro, Chris Charming, Steven French, Sascha, Joey (VII)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

The box cover of this production advertises that the camera will keep rolling throughout each scene without any cuts or edits taking place, so that fans can see everything that goes on during a shoot, whether it's good or bad. Well, unfortunately, this isn't really true. Granted, there aren't a lot of edits, and director Mike Metropolis does his best to keep the action moving along, and capture what usually goes on behind the scenes. However, the fact remains that there's still editing within every scene, which makes the over-three-hour running time a little less forgivable. Though, in the grand scheme of the release, this flaw isn't a big deal because the girls are hot and the sex is hotter.


Sascha has a joyous time admirably whacking away at two real sisters, Mia and Ava Rose, consecutively. Additionally, Lorena Sanchez and Jack Napier share a great session that seems to bring out their true personalities.


Retailing: Solid vehicle to gear towards raincoaters.




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Smash Pictures
Toby Pacific
Lorena Sanchez
Chelsie Rae
Jack Napier
Ava Rose
Mia Rose
Trent Tesoro
Chris Charming
Steven French
Joey (VII)
Mike Metropolis


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