3 December 2018 | lor_
A couple of decades ago "Babes Illustrated" was an effective all-girl porn series that told stories, clearly predating the recent influx of very popular Lesbian vignette content. This latter-day edition of the series eschews story and characters entirely, grinding out Sapphic sex in wall-to-wall fashion.
Cast, as was the case back in the day, features big-name and beautiful talent, but to what end? Many of the players here like Kenna James, Abella Danger, Vanessa Veracruz, Jaclyn Taylor and AJ Applegate have turned in vibrant acting (plus sex of course) performances for the top labels, far more interesting than just grinding away for Metro. Had there been an attempt at putting it into a narrative framework this might have amounted to more than just throwaway, generic content.