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(Aug 12, 2008)
Sound the air raid sirens and head for the fallout shelters! Peach DVD is about stage a full on attack. An unrelenting assault of the most gorgeous and voluptuous female forms you are likely to ever see. Prepare to be bombarded by luscious double Ds, cleavage for miles and boobalicious wonders . This DVD is jam packed with everything a true breast man could ever ask for and so much more. Look out below!...it's Bombs Away!!
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Explicitness of course is good in these kinds of releases, so automatically that rates it high. The women are good, though not great, although all-natural Lisa Neils is among the best-looking women ever to appear in a Peach production. The quibbles that I have with this--and they really are just quibbles--are that there are only four women here (other Peach DVDs typically feature between six and 10) and because of that the vignettes seem to be a little too long and rambling. Production values here aren't as good as some Peach DVDs (great lighting, great camera work, good editing, but the equipment used makes it look a little low-rent), but I could live with that.
Overall, a great release and certainly worth a purchase. I don't quite understand the point of the title, but who cares?
The models are in various indoor locations, with Heather Vandeven in a diner spreading ice cream on herself, Erin Avery in a movie studio getting tangled up in reels of film, Lisa Neils rolling around on a bed, Heather Vandeven on another bed, Erin Avery in an office, Lisa Neils with "Miss"(?) Laura Lee caressing on each other in a classroom (fairly tame), "Miss" Laura Lee doing a solo striptease in front of a lounge and white curtain, and the DVD ends with Erin Avery in the same office but this time talking her way through a hot, romantic encounter with you, the viewer. Erin does a great job with that last segment, which to me is the most stimulating part of the DVD. All in all, I'd say BOMBS AWAY is a winner.