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Playgirl: Always on Fire (2007)

X | | Adult, Romance | Video 18 June 2007
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(segment: "Red Riding Hood")
Pandora Dream
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(segment: "Lost Love")
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(segment: "Get Me Wet")
Isabel Ice
Julian ...
Bonus Scene
Melissa Lauren ...
(segment: "Dumbell")
Avena Lee ...
BTS: 'Chess'
Jennifer Luv
Justin Magnum ...
(segment: "Dumbell")
Eric Masterson ...
BTS: 'Chess'
Nature ...
Solo
Mario Rossi ...
(segment: "Train Track Love")
Sergio ...
(segment: "Happy Birthday")
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Uninteresting Playgirl scenes
24 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Cast and content are strictly ho-hum in this early Wicked release of Playgirl TV content, shot between from 2004 through 2006.

Best scene was resuscitated on a later compilation "Playgirl's Hottest: Interracial 2", with Mia Smiles and Johnny Castle humping on a fake set sort of simulating the Woods, titled "Red Riding Hood". No makeup FX or wolf (or granny) in this episode.

Other scenes are dumb, played dumb (no dialog) with sexy femme voice-over as per usual, such as "Dumbell" featuring Melissa Lauren working out with her personal trainer Justin Magnum. "Happy Birthday" is romantic pablum with a busty blonde blowing out the candles on her cake and humping with a very slow build-up to the XXX content an unrecognizable stud I inferred must be Sergio, by process of elimination comparing with the cast list.

Bonus Solo has a guy named "Nature" rolling around in his bed covers and then jacking off for a mind-numbing total of 28 minute. Even the endlessly delayed money shot is imperceptible in long shot. I guess Warhol not only invented pornography but even his classic experimental features like "Sleep" were influential, even if only subconsciously.


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