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Where Evil Lies (1995)

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Two young exotic dancers think they're about to get their big break in show business when they land a job in the hottest strip bar in town. However, their excitement soon turns to terror ... See full summary »

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Kurt
Mark Kinsey Stephenson ...
David
Melissa Park ...
Sara
Nikki Fritz ...
Alex
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Rachel
Tracy Williams ...
Tina
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Colonel Franklin
Peter Conti ...
Chai
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Sadako (as Roma Court)
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Lou
Nicola Zvorsky ...
Waitress
Robert Drake ...
John
Bianca Rocilili ...
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Exporter (as L.L. Shapira)
Bill Rojas ...
Pick-Up Artist
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Two young exotic dancers think they're about to get their big break in show business when they land a job in the hottest strip bar in town. However, their excitement soon turns to terror when they wind up as pawns in a savage and brutal international white slavery ring. It's up to their boyfriends to save them, except one of them is running the whole operation. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Two movies in one?
21 April 2002 | by (arizona, United States) – See all my reviews

It's about a bunch of blonde buxom bimbos who are bamboozled and exported as slaves. Funny thing, is it seems like they might have volunteered to be $lave$ or at least they are whinningly stupid you feel that somehow they deserve their fate. The best acting is done by the villans who appear on camera least often, you end up routing for them just because it is the only time you feel you're watching a movie and when they are on screen at least the bimbos are not. One even gets the feeling they made two separate movies and sliced them together later, it's weird, maybe they ran out of money during shooting, I don't know. Anyway, these girls all pine for their boyfriends who they just know will save them, trouble is they are all dating the same one guy, and he is the one who tricked them in the the first place. They talk about how wonderful he is and you can't help but laugh at them not knowing. Well, to make a long story short our buxom bimbos kill a mouse and escape---I know it makes no sense but that's the truth or at least it is in the movie. As I said, I think this two movies in one? If you really want a double feature rent two other movies....and invite a brunette!


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