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First of all, movies are supposed to employ actors. Actors are supposed to be able to act. This movie is living proof that this premise doesn't fit, when it comes to this movie... "Hot Parts". It's bad! And it's not the kind of bad that is good, it's the kind of bad that is B-A-D! No, on second thought that's not true. It's the kind of bad that is rotten, as in R-O-T-T-E-N! Everything connected with this movie as in the dialogue, plot, script, acting, etc., etc., etc is absolute garbage. The catch phrase "Hot Parts" revolves around the goofy story line that tries to use that catch phrase as a double edge sword when the plot revolves around (supposedly) sexy broads involved with stealing cars...as in Hot Parts. Get it, Hot Parts? Well, if you do, you're a lot smarter then me, because I never did!
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