After two bank robbers take hostages, one of them anally rapes the Bank Cashier and then tries raping the bank manager Sylvia. The other robber is Ricardo, the bank president's son and ... See full summary »
Christine (Phoebe Cates), a student at an exclusive all-girls private school, is in love with Jim, who attends an academy for boys nearby. Christine's arch rival Jordan also has her eye on ... See full summary »
The ex-cop Robin kills an actor and steals his money and cocaine. And now he is supposed to find the killer together with an interpol inspector. To hide his guilt Robin goes on murdering ... See full summary »
Carlotta, a former wild girl and drug user who attempted suicide, thinks she's beyond all that now by going for the "traditional" lifestyle. She is going to marry Vince, an older man with a used car business. On the eve of her wedding, Vince's son shows up and makes a big pass at Carlotta. Too bad she can't resist. Vince gets angry, imagine that, and starts shooting off a gun. Carlotta, Frankie and another friend steal an impala and set off down the road. Meanwhile, Carlotta's priest-brother in Mexico has been alerted that she is heading his way. What has happened to Carlotta's plans for the quiet life by the road?
Admittedly, this viewer did not finish the film. Anyone who wants to write the definitive review for the movie, please do so. There is enough unsavory sex, violence and just gosh-awful scripting to predict the film's status as a bomb, even without seeing the last frame. Jennifer Barker, the star, is utterly beautiful, however, so perhaps there is a male audience somewhere that would appreciate the sight of her, no matter what the situation. Naw. If you have half a brain, just go get some pina coladas and watch an Ed Wood movie instead. You will be better entertained.
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