After Kelly Reyes and her teammate lose a close semi-final match in the Association of Volleyball Professionals' championship, a print journalist, Holden Gregg, wants to interview her. He says that losers' comments are more interesting than winners'. The interview leads to dinner and a night together. News comes that one of the women on the team that defeated Kelly has died in a hit-and-run accident. Kelly takes her place on the team that will play in the championship in two weeks, the police investigation into the hit-and-run discloses that Kelly may be in grave danger, and Holden may not be what he says. A murderer is out there waiting for the championship game. Written by
I found it entertaining and watchable. It has a bit of suspense, a bit of minor violence, a scary character, all overlaid onto a professional beach volley ball setting. The female cast, Melissa Keller and Kayla Ewell, do a great job in the competition scenes with the aid of some shrewd directing. Melissa Keller adds an engaging acting personality to her long established fashion and swimsuit modeling credentials. Some rear nudity shower scenes are the likely source of the R-rating, but this is not an offensive movie. Although lightly done, all of the summer entertainment features are present: great visuals, sports competition and personal best, rivalry, a very bad guy, police and crowd scenes, romance,...
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