When three curvaceous babes, stripper Trixe, business executive Hel, and the feisty ex-con Camero, arrive at a desert hideaway to steal a stash of diamonds from an underworld kingpin, things quickly spiral out of control. Allegiances are switched, truths are revealed, criminals are unmasked and nothing is quite what it seems as the fate of the world is precariously balanced among this trio of sexy femmes fatales. Written by
In the deleted scenes / alternative takes extras (on the DVD) is this additional alternative (feminist reasoning) dialogue scene of the released version where Camero 'dogs' on Trixie about her 'profession' and general personal demeanour, as: "You wanna know why I hate you? I Hate women who let themselves be objectified!" "Women are objectified every minute of every day - not as though I feel any less objectified as a waitress or a congressional page; you wanna know what's objectified? Poverty! Stripping kicks ass." "You still cater to men! And no amount of money is worth what you do!" Excision suspect - perhaps too challenging for the likely male gaze target audience ... But kudos to writers Ric Jacobsen and Eric Gruendemann for thinking of it once. See more »
In the prison scene Camero is doing pull-ups but none of her muscles are flexing. She doesn't even try to make it seem realistic, making it obvious someone or something is just hoisting her up and down. See more »
My God, they're gonna lock us up forever!
Shut up, ax wound!
You shut up!
What did you say?
Back off, Camero!
No! Why don't you let Gland Canyon stick up for herself?
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Silly and fun direct-to-video junk featuring some hot babes
Direct-to-video crap that is surprisingly fun and entertaining. It's heavily influenced by the Grindhouse movies (which, like them or not, have begun to influence a new generation of B movies). Not nearly as good as those, but good. Julia Voth, Erin Cummings and America Olivo star as three big-tittied babes who show up outside a deserted trailer in the middle of the desert with a sleazy Russian gangster in their trunk who has apparently buried two hundred million dollars worth of diamonds (amongst other treasures) there. The three chicks dig for the treasure and begin to distrust each other. Frequent flashbacks fill us in on who these women are and how they met and joined up. It's all very silly and deliberately campy, but not in an annoying way. The women are extremely hot and are pretty much constantly either making out, having water fights or beating the snot out of each other. It also has a delightfully inventive profanity ("Ram this in your clam bake, bitch cake!"). Major bonus points for featuring cameos from Kevin Sorbo, Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor (who played Gabriel on Xena: Warrior Princess). Zoe Bell, who starred in Tarantino's Death Proof but began her career as Lawless' stuntwoman, did the stunts here. A lot of IMDb users seem to think it's trying to hard, but I thought it hit the notes it wanted to hit.
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