Extras: The best extra was the 20:48 minute long Behind the Scenes feature that amounted to little more than a series of grainy photogallery shoots and short interviews (but it wasn't bad at all, even showing the participation of Chris Streams and Pat "Danny Case" Myne). There was a photogallery and a slipcover as well.
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Audio/Video Quality: All About Me 3 was presented in an anamorphic widescreen color with a 1.78:1 aspect ratio as shot by director Ray Bones for Diabolic as offered in 480p resolution using the MPEG-2 codec of standard definition. The twelve scenes all included decent lighting, helping eliminate most visual flaws with the production, as well as significant amounts of toy use. There was some grain and the compression artifacts were minimal but the video bitrate was higher than I expected with much of the footage hovering around the 6.5 Mbps area, the editing a bit on the unpolished side but otherwise looking pretty good on my big screen television. The lighting varied substantially though and for what it's worth, the camera was far too often handled with a strong leaning towards close ups. None of the scenes looked bad but some of them did look better than others so I hope to compare more of Ray's works to see how he fares in more difficult to shoot titles but I can't fault him much for what I saw here. The audio was presented in a 1.0 monaural at 192 Kbps and with a 48 kHz sampling rate without any separation or elevated dynamic range; covering the basics only (though the company is certainly not alone in that department if follow tech-specs).
Body of Review: Ray Bones directs at Diabolic, providing some of their best work from what little I've been allowed to see over the years. While his movies may not offer as much material as the "double disc" companies seem able to do, his quality level seems to work more often than not so I was happy to see his latest female solo title called All About Me 3. For the uninitiated, the series is unlike most such titles offered by lesser companies, the scenes being shot specifically for the movie rather than edited out of full scenes released elsewhere, the quantity of gals diddling themselves with a variety of toys (usually toys from the company's Evolved Novelties line we review so often here at Xcritic. The gals, in order, this time were Andi Anderson, Ahryan Astyn, Asa Akira, Ashli Orion, Cecilia Vega, Charisma Cappelli, Diana Doll, Natalia Rossi, Sienna West, Tanner Mayes, Tyler Faith, and Tori Black; and as always, there was no genetic juice or population pudding in evidence since no meat puppets took part.
The general dynamic of the show was the same as past entries in the series with some tease followed by fingers inserted into the pussy with a toy finish. I'd break down the scenes in detail except that all the gals followed this formula so closely that I could simply cut & paste the scene descriptors (changing the names) and be done with it. Rather than waste your time, I'd rather point out that there were a few highlight scenes, typically not with the gals I count among my favorites, this time the best of the batch being Diana Doll, Charisma Cappelli, and Sienna West, toys like the Waterproof Gemini or Waterproof G Harmony seen in abundance.
I got the impression that all of the scenes were shot specifically for this picture during the BTS feature but a few of the gals appeared to be double booked for the day too; a far better alternative to seeing solo scenes edited out of full scenes as you can expect from some companies. While the variations in performances relied mainly on the levels of eye contact the gals gave or how smoothly they moved, I would be remiss if I didn't point out that the level of talent here would probably be considered a step down from All About Me 2 but the up side is that some of them seemed to work harder as a result, the benefits going to the audience. Oh, and since some of you are fixated with anal sex, a few of the ladies did massage or otherwise play with their ass but it was not the primary focal point by any means so consider yourselves warned.
Summary: All About Me 3 by director Ray Bones for Diabolic provided exactly what is advertised and in sufficient quantity that I felt it earned a rating of Recommended. The movie was shorter than last time but had better extras and some additional energy at times, the result being fans of female solo scenes should enjoy it repeatedly as they pleasure themselves in unison to the gals they hold most dear. Several of these ladies have either left porn or taken a leave of absence for now so it might help you bide your time until you find a new favorite or they come back too. In short, All About Me 3 really was "all about" the ladies in question as they serviced themselves for your viewing pleasure so give it a look and see why I've become a fan of the series.
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