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Teradise Island 2

Released: Feb 21st, 2008
Running Time: 94 Min.
Director: Spyder Jonez
Company: Teravision, Inc.
Distribution Companies: Vivid Entertainment Group
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Kris Knight, Tera Patrick, Spyder Jonez, Tommy Gunn, Alexis Amore, Lucy Lee, Brittney Skye, Nikki Benz, Jerry (I)
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

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SYNOPSIS

Return to Teradise Island...

And fulfill all of your erotic fantasies.

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Critical Rating: AAAA
It is nothing short of an event when a new Tera Patrick title is released, and Teradise Island 2 is just the sort of epically beautiful erotica that ought to have Tera's fans emptying your store shelves. Tera and her cast of lovelies travel to the mythical Teradise Island, a tropical oasis of lush green landscapes and cascading waterfalls, where they lose their clothes and do pornographic things in the great outdoors.
The real draw is Tera. Tera performs in a beachfront girl/girl with Brittney Skye, as well as two boy/girl scenes - one with Jerry, and the other with real life hubby Spyder Jonez.
Pre-nom: Best High-End All-Sex Release.
Retailing: New Tera Patrick title!
- Marc Star

 

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Vivid Entertainment Group
Teravision, Inc.
Kris Knight
Tera Patrick
Spyder Jonez
Tommy Gunn
Alexis Amore
Lucy Lee
Brittney Skye
Nikki Benz
Jerry (I)
Spyder Jonez

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