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When I started watching this movie, I wanted to turn it off, but found myself continuing to watch. It's about a stripper (Kenya Moore) who tries to avenge the death of her brother who got killed by a mob boss while trying to leave the "car jacking" game. Hence the name "HOT PARTS", get it? Stolen car parts...Hot Parts...you just laugh when you think about it. Anyway, She enlists the help of her two best friends (Tami Roman and Jessica Lugo) who are also strippers. FAR FETCHED? maybe...but I've seen worse. Here's the thing...this movie has aspects of a plot, some decent performances by the actors, and just a tidbit of greatness...if they had just invested a tad more money towards production. The storyline could have been more believable if I hadn't seen the same cars over and over again...the performances would have been believable if Kenya didn't awake from a night's sleep in a full face of make up. Tami Roman, you might remember her from the Real World...reality star turned actress. I'd like to hate on her, but I can't. She was actually one of the best things about this movie. Well her, Antwan Tanner, and Sticky Fingaz. Tami is fine as hell in this movie and does a decent job gaging her performance when she has to been in a movie starring such mediocre talent!
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