April 5, 2001


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There’s a rule of thumb in film that sequels are rarely as good as the original. With few well-known exceptions (Star Wars, Back to the Future, The Godfather, etc.), they usually lack the originality and deep content that their predecessors possess. This rule did not, however, apply to the movie that T.J. Cox, Catwoman, G. Killian, and I decided to review this week: Torrid Trios 4. Apparently, not that I would know, hardcore porn has lost any pretension of plot, and has become a series of vignettes with tons of close-ups portraying a common theme. In this case that theme was menage