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Could someone in the know please post (or re-post) a handful of the most common words used by the women? The review of the Slave Island series that was written by MeetThePryz included a listing of words commonly found in those movies. As well, Brutus posted some translations of often-used Japanese words back on Aug. 2, 2008 . Hope this helps.
Monday, January 9th 2012 - 08:15:52 PM


Name: John Galt
A Canadian : Excellent. The Brutus post was the one I was looking for. I searched on "Japanese" and "vocabulary," which wasn't effective. Thank you!
Monday, January 9th 2012 - 08:29:07 PM


Name: Ralphus E-mail address: [email protected]
A Canadian wrote: Thanks for the information about Outtake Reel and the stills from the GIMP scene. Unfortunately, what's revealed at the end would ruin it for me. Really? So if you saw a great GIMP scene simply by itself and nothing before or after it, you would think it was a great scene, right? So why would a plot twist that happens 20 minutes or a half hour later ruin what you would have seen previously? In my mind, a great scene is a great scene, period. It's like when I reviewed Pain Gate and you mentioned that the opening segment where the girl came to the master first which made the whole thing consensual, which therefore tainted the entire film? I don't agree, which is why I picked it as the best bondage film of the year. No one is a bigger critic of consensual scenes than me. But what bugs me is when a consensual scene has consensual elements, like when the villain asks the girl how she's liking it and if she's ready to cum. I hate that. And as far as finding out that the victim was acting afterward, it shouldn't have an effect if there's no hint of it during the actual segment. Because when you get down to it, they're ALL acting and EVERY scene we see is consensual. Makes sense? ------------------ Insomniac: Thanks very much for the information. If you give me a letter grade, I can put that in the Reviews section. It wasn't a review of the whole movie, but it's a review of the most important parts and that's why we have the reviews section to begin with.
Monday, January 9th 2012 - 09:26:26 PM


Name: carnyx E-mail address: [email protected]
hi ralphus- could you tell me how to get in touch with teraz films? thanks. robert
Monday, January 9th 2012 - 10:38:01 PM


Name: A Canadian
Ralphus wrote: So why would a plot twist that happens 20 minutes or a half hour later ruin what you would have seen previously? Maybe I'm just not able to compartmentalize elements of movies like that, but the context matters to me. If it's established somewhere along the way -- before or after -- that what I saw was consensual, it ruins it for me. Saying it may have looked great when I didn't know it was actually consensual doesn't help me in the end. I don't know that I have ever analyzed why it matters to me. But I find the illusion ( since, yes, they are actors ) of nonconsensual activity has to be maintained.
Monday, January 9th 2012 - 10:56:25 PM


Name: Insomniac
Ralphus wrote:

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