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17 August 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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8 September 2012 | by (Chicago - United States) – See all my reviews

Nerdy Girls is a all sex film directed by William H. The "Nerdy" tag for the ladies in the movie is because he has them wearing glasses and give them a skill set (Not sure why this makes any of them a nerd). The first scene has Annika Albright and James Deen. Annika is shown playing the piano and James walks in and they have sex. very little dialogue if any. Annika is an attractive blonde. Second scene is the best of the film and has Karlie Montana and Manuel Ferrara. Karlie is a very sexy redhead who i guess is playing his accountant or secretary? She does a great job. The Third scene is Allie Haze and Mick Blue. Scene is set in a classroom with equations on the board. i assume Mick is the teacher. The Fourth scene has Jessie Andrews and Mr. Pete. Jessie is making cupcakes then reads a book and starts to masturbate. She is putting topping on the Cupcakes when Mr Pete walks in and they start having sex (nerdy?). The Fifth scene has April O'Neil and Manuel Ferrara. April is reading a book taking a bath. The movie is OK for those who enjoy the all sex films. There is minimal setup and little if any dialogue. The ladies are all pretty attractive and have sexy scenes I believe it would have been better if they added a small bit of set up for each scene as all the performers and decent actors in other films. The ladies are more like college students then nerds

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