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You folks been gettin' mighty uppity since them un-civil rights.
Yeah. And we just wanna see how civil you can be.
Not TOO motherfuckin' civil!
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The biker genre was already on its way out with director Adamson threw this thing into drive-ins across the country. The story is pretty simple as a couple racist rednecks chase down a black woman and rape her. They picked the wrong woman to mess with because her biker sisters show up and beat them down. Later the girls end up on a hippie farm that turns out to be ran by a drug kingpin. No one outside of a mental asylum will mix up the work of Adamson with Bergman but at the same time when the cult director made a movie I'm pretty sure making a good one was the last thing on his mind. I've seen quite a bit of Adamson's work over the years and it seems like he was the type who just wanted to throw anything on the screen and just see what would work and what wouldn't. In something like Dracula VS. FRANKENSTEIN we get a mix 'n match of stuff and in the end the film turned out to be bizarre enough where it was hard to turn away. The first twenty-minutes of ANGELS' WILD WOMEN contains very little dialogue and instead we get a rape sequence, some fighting, some nudity, more fighting, some more nudity, more fights and a couple more fights thrown in for good measure. Needless to say this film doesn't contain an ounce of a brain but I give Adamson credit for knowing he didn't have very much and instead just trying to give people what they want. The nudity is fun and some of the fights scenes are rather funny and especially the ones with the women beating down the rapist. It's rather obvious some of these women had never been in a fight and it seems as if a couple were worried about breaking their nails. This issue makes for a silly fight but at the same time it's entertaining. The film really falls apart once the film reaches the hippie stuff as none of it is entertaining and the thing pretty much comes to a standstill with nothing happening. There's some love story thrown in for no reason and many other little odds and ends but nothing that adds up to much. The final hour of this film is extremely slow and hard to get threw and the hippie versus biker fight at the end comes much too late to save anything.
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