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 »
Mark Kinsey Stephenson,
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Charles Philip Moore
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While this is a very bad film, it is still watchable for the intended low brow action market (me). Best of all, the film is well lighted (I like to see what is going on) and runs a brisk 76 minutes. What can't be dismissed is the appalling body count and the way the killing is handled. It's disturbing. It's too bad that film makers can't realize that less is more. I forgot how much money was being stolen, but it didn't seem sufficient to warrant the necessary means. I never worry too much about plot holes, anyway. Thanks to Maria Ford and Nikki Fritz, I gave this film a 5.
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