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What does WILD THINGS 2 have going for it from the get-go . . . A) No Denise Richards B)No name actors C)Being a crappy direct-to-video sequel D) No Denise Richards NAKED.
What does WILD THINGS 2 have going against it after the fact . . . A) A script attempting to overcompensate its lameness with enough twists to make your head spin B)ONE sex scene; a threesome -- One of the only links to the original C)Sexy actresses in a sexy movie who refuse to show some skin (This leaves us with a body double and bare back) D) Just plain bad acting (The femme fatale comes across more as a foul-mouthed, petulant 6-year-old) . . .
And I won't even get into the scene where a character is shot above the shoulder blade. However, upon hitting the ground, the fatal wound is now five inches lower!
Did I mention no Denise Richards?
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