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7 out of 10 people found the following review useful:

Appalling Body Count

5/10
Author: Jimbo-96 from Baltimore, Md.
20 July 2000

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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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful:

This "black comedy" has everything .. violence, nudity, and bad acting

6/10
Author: merklekranz from United States
30 December 2010

"Strip For Action/Hot Ticket" earns extra points right away, because before the opening credits have finished, the film gets right down to business, with strippers doing what they do best. Immediately thereafter the strip club is held up, with a ridiculous amount of violence on display. The main villain "Halleck" is played in a very flamboyant manner by Emile Levisetti, who by the way provides the only passable acting. Taking two strippers hostage, Maria Ford, and Nikki Fritz, the film then transforms into a plane crash, white water rafting, running through the woods in a cheerleader outfit free for all. Luckily there is enough time for some soft core porn, shifting alliances, cornball dialog, and more killing. This "black comedy" has everything, violence, nudity, and bad acting. Recommended. - MERK

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2 out of 11 people found the following review useful:

Should have been fun, but was appalling

Author: stsinger from Boston, MA
26 December 2001

What should have been a fun, exploitation film was ruined by a hideous amount of needless violence. The film was about a couple of strippers kidnapped by thieves, but the setup, a robbery of the strip joint, ended up being an absolute massacre. In the real world, it would have been one of the most horrific crimes of the 20th century.

The same story could have been told without the senseless slaughter. That portion of the story put such a sour taste in my mouth that I simply could not enjoy the rest of the film, despite the fact that I will generally watch anything with Nikki Fritz in it.

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