McKenzie Magic (2011)

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12 August 2019 | lor_
Nice cross-section of Brit femmes, but utterly mindless
This junker could serve just as well as scores of other forgotten titles as an introduction to the not-so-wonderful world of Bluebird Films, a vanity label funded by Brit egomaniac Paul Chaplin a decade ago, in collaboration with the successful American director Nicholas Steele.

Over a dozen of the top-heavy ladies horse around for a couple of hours, shepherded by local icon Linsey Dawn McKenzie, who pretends to do magic tricks including some of the chintziest card tricks ever set to celluloid. Fans of the label will know immediately that it's just an excuse to have over a dozen lovelies have sex with each other in an all-girl exercise.

The inevitable orgy scene features some nice match-ups, notably blonde on blonde action by stalwarts Stacey Saran and Cindy Behr. Also impressive are the label's A-list of gals, led by Natasha Marley, Paige Ashley, Anna Lovato and Gemma Massey.

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12 April 2011



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