Eric Edwards is one of a number of men (and some women) who after years of performing in front of the camera in adult films turned to directing. He hasn't received the acclaim that his colleagues Paul Thomas and John Leslie have, and judging from this pedestrian effort it's easy to see why.
Much of the flick takes place in a bowling alley, where a group of girlfriends have challenged their cocky boyfriends to a grudge match. The women use predictable methods to throw the men off their game, with just as predictable results.
Nici Sterling is featured on the box cover, but this is not her movie. The one scene she does appear in seems to have been shot before or after the rest of the production. Stephanie Swift is the nominal female star here. The action is mostly ordinary. Page Anthony, girlfriend of Tony Tedeschi, is cute and a new face to look at, as is Selena, but their scenes are nothing special. French girl Liza Harper has looked better elsewhere but she works hard for your attention. I wonder if the proprietors of the bowling alley knew the nature of the filming going on there. It sure wasn't what you'd usually see on League Night.
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