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  • The 2014 release date belies the old-hat feel of this latter-day Vivid dump (not a release but mere dumping on the market), made by a director I badly misjudged as talented. B. Skow has made a few interesting features but his batting average is at the level of a utility infielder who is soon sent packing to Class A bench-warming, unable to crack .100.

    It amounts to two hours and a half of typical Skow all-sex format: each girl holding up a dumb card (scrawled, to introduce a scene) and introducing herself, then posing for Skow the still photographer's camera and humping some random Chatsworth stud. To call it dull and repetitive would be dullness and repetitiveness on my part.

    The footage seems to date from circa 2011 or 2012, judging by the look of actresses like Allie Haze who have aged gracefully since then. Big breasts from Amy Brooke and Breanne Benson deliver that fetish, while the rest of the cast is here for a paycheck and nothing more.

    The awful BTS short subject has Johnny Sins offering some interesting biographical background: he first heard of Adult Video opportunities from an unlikely source, lesbian icon Elexis Monroe, and credits the wonderful UK lass Sophie Dee with jump-starting his career. I don't recall seeing him working for Vivid, having suffered through at least a hundred Sins appearances on Brazzers, his home base. There's a plug here for the Vivid junker Skow made mocking Tiger Woods titled "Three Mistresses" that places the production date of "Dirty Little..." as roughly 2012.