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Adelaide An AVN Review

I'm going to be 100% honest. This is a porn movie review.

Your first thought might be, "Huh? Why do porn movies even need reviews?" Well, lets answer that. Porn movies need reviews for the same reason anything needs reviews: because people rely on and TRUST reviews to know if the movie, show, play, concert, and even restaurant is worth their time and money.  

The adult film industry is not what it's made out to be. Sites such as Pornhub and YouPorn show only snippets of movies, designed for users to get in, do their thing and get out. But, the industry has evolved and adult films are now complete with real storylines, themes, and character development that make for high-quality, entertaining, and dare we say it, "realistic" features. 

But this isn't any ordinary porno review. We didn't just pick a movie from from Pornhub or from HBO late-night. No, these adult films weren't even chosen by us. They were chosen by the official voting committee of the "Adult Video News" (AVN) Awards and were nominated in the category of "Best Drama" in the upcoming 37th AVN Awards (Often referred to as the "Oscars of Porn"). Just like any Oscar Ceremony, it is a moment to recognize the achievement of the various aspects of adult films. With categories such as 'Best Actress', 'Best Director' and 'Best Parody', it's truly fitting for there to be a 'Best Drama' section too. 

So sit back, get comfy and dive into our honest and revealing review of "Adelaide". It may even inspire you to watch it afterward.  

The first on the hot seat; 

Adelaide (MissaX)

Nominated for: 

Best Drama, Best Dramatic Screenplay, Best Director – Dramatic Production,Best Editing,



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This Family Recreates Oscar Nominated Movie Scenes And We Love It

Seven years ago Maggie Storino, a mother-of-three, received a black tutu for her baby girl and took a picture of it, inspired by the Oscar-nominated movie "Black Swan." The feedback was amazing, and that's how "Don't call me Oscar" project started. Maggie describes it as "One family's journey through the best picture nominees." The main models are the adorable three sisters - Sophia ( 7) , Sadie (5) and Sloane (2). 



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