Three rebellious teenage girls decide to even the score in the battle of the sexes.

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Jefferson Roth
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Karen Carter
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Lisa Stockwell
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Jeremy (as Nicholas Loeb)
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David
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Dan
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Christopher
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Lincoln Roth
Tell Draper ...
Todd Manning
Ryan Sasson ...
Ryan
Oniel Tutein ...
Christopher's Boyfriend
Paul Aber ...
Mr. Carter
Mary Jo Faraci ...
Mrs. Carter
John Loeb Jr. ...
Mr. John Stockwell (as Ambassador John Loeb Jr.)
Kristena Farrell ...
Mrs. Stockwell
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Looking back a few years later, Jefferson Roth tells the story of the last few weeks of her senior year at a Wisconsin boarding school when she and two girl friends, the naive Lisa and the outrageous Karen, use a pistol to turn the tables on men (boys, really) who make them feel weak, put upon, and desired only as sex objects. They stage a sexual assault on David, who's been hot and cold toward Lisa. Meanwhile, each of the three keeps trying to find love even while Karen wants to attack others: Jefferson falls for a cowboy singer, ignoring a boy she grew up with, Jeremy, who likes her; Lisa tries again to reach David; Karen puts herself at risk with an older man. Can it end well? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Rated R for sexuality, violence, language and drug use involving teens | See all certifications »
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Lincoln Roth: Twas the night before a party, when all through the town, no pigs were stirring, no cops were around.
Lincoln Roth: We drank Seagram's, and smoked Panama Reds, while visions of the munchies danced through our heads
Lincoln Roth: But all of a sudden, came a knock at the door. We all yelled 'Pigs' and hit the floor.
Lincoln Roth: But what to our red-glazed eyes should appear? A fucking pound of Columbian, with two kegs of beer.
Lincoln Roth: The man at the door flashed us a smile, so we said 'come on in, man, you should party a while.
Lincoln Roth: But we heard him...
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A remarkably bad film.
31 March 2002 | by (Calgary,Canada) – See all my reviews

I wish I had checked the IMDB reviews for this movie before renting it.

Don't be fooled by the reasonably interesting summary on the back of the box, this is one of the worst films I have ever sat through. The acting is laughable, with lines being delivered in a horribly stilted, mechanical style by all but one actor (excepting Thora Birch, who only has about ten minutes of screen time). Of course, you can't fault the actors for having to deliver lines that are horribly cliched or needlessly dramatic. Finally, it appears to have been edited by fairly intelligent chimps, with massive skips in the story leaving you trying desperately to figure out what's going on. The last ten minutes are among the worst ever commited to celluloid in movie that is trying to take itself seriously.


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