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Bar Girls (1994)

R | | Drama | 7 April 1995 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy Allison Wolfe ...
Loretta
Liza D'Agostino ...
Rachel
...
J.R.
...
Noah
Justine Slater ...
Veronica
Lisa Parker ...
Annie
Pam Raines ...
Celia
Paula Sorge ...
Tracy
...
Sandy
Caitlin Stansbury ...
Kimba
Patti Sheehan ...
Destiny
Lee Everett ...
Lee
...
Cafe Waitress
Laurie Jones ...
Laurie
...
Scorp' (as Chastity Bono)
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Finally... a romantic comedy without men.

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Drama

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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7 April 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Clube de Garotas  »

Box Office

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$573,953 (USA)
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1.85 : 1
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Chaz Bono's film debut. See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Global Q
Written and produced by Michael Cox
Performed by Megazoid
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Without exaggeration, the worst film I have ever seen.
12 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are some bad films out there. Plan 9 from Outer Space. Jack Frost.

But those films aren't trying to be good. They are low budget, and there are even types of people who purposely seek them out in order to have a good time watching them and laughing at them.

This is not one of those movies.

This movie is the kind of bad you see at a terrible high school play, where you are squirming in your seat feeling embarrassed for the poor young actress on stage making a fool of herself, and making even more a fool of herself for thinking she is terrific. No one wants to see this kind of bad. It just feels wrong.

This movie feels like it was made by a "politically active", angsty 13-year-old with daddy issues. It's BAD.

It attempts to simulate the feeling of an avant-gard stage play done with only one set, yet just reaches new levels of boredom and awkwardness for doing so.

All the female characters are stereotypes a misogynist would have of a feminist, and all male characters are stereotypes a feminist would have of a male slave.

And then the song: "Bar girls Bar girls, reach for the stars girls!" I wish I could unhear that song. I would give anything to unhear that song.


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