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Bitch Slap -- Three bad girls travel to a remote desert hideaway to steal $200 
million in diamonds from a ruthless underworld kingpin.
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Three bad girls travel to a remote desert hideaway to steal $200 million in diamonds from a ruthless underworld kingpin. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Girls in a dangerous situation bust a move as they try to keep abreast of things. See more (49 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Julia Voth ... Trixie

Erin Cummings ... Hel

America Olivo ... Camero (as Ameríca Olivo)

Michael Hurst ... Gage

Ron Melendez ... Deputy Fuchs

William Gregory Lee ... Hot Wire

Minae Noji ... Kinki

Kevin Sorbo ... Mr. Phoenix

Lucy Lawless ... Mother Superior

Renée O'Connor ... Sister Batril

Dennis Keiffer ... MacDaddy
Scott Hanley ... Black Ice

Mark Lutz ... Deiter von Vondervon

Debbie Lee Carrington ... Hot Pocket

Zoë Bell ... Rawhide

Robert Mammana ... Prison Guard John
Rich Kirby ... Prison Guard Thomas

Jim Klock ... Officer Spanky With a 'Tude

Danny Nero ... Officer Big Gun McFluff (as Neighbor Danny Nero)
Christine Nguyen ... Nasty Nubile Escort
Krystal Badia ... Sister Sara

Paul Karami ... Jihad Jackson O'Doole
Katelyne Friedman ... Lily The Languid

Carlo Mendez ... Mercenary Leader
Astrid Swan ... Lady Liberty (as Astrid Swan McGuire)
Bianca Barnett ... Harem Hussie Code Red
Aisha Cain ... Harem Aussie Code Blue
Kalin Keech ... Freedom Fightin' Stripper
Saranne Lund ... Her Less Inhibited Yet Still Patriotic Friend
Carmen Jimenez ... Brownie All Grown Up
Lia Wagner ... Lap Vixen Misty
Jennifer Miller ... Lap Vixen Thumper
Sabine Varnes ... Bathroom Bitch Varla
Eurlyne Epper ... Bathroom Bitch Rosie
Daniel Cieplinski ... Unlucky Mercenary Bastard
Justin Kornmann ... Mercenary Rebel Yell

Brian Peck ... Wrong Place - Wrong Time

Carla Collins ... Here Comes The Bride
Tyrone Power Jr. ... There Goes The Groom
Steve Barker ... Bodyguard Tapert
Gary La Guard ... Bodyguard Raimi

Rick Jacobson ... Horndog
Eric Gruendemann ... Father Malone
Tony Gardner ... Vladimir Popmeov
Michael Belasco ... Totally Awful Background Artist
Thaddeus ... Himself

Karen Austin ... Narrator
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Brian Fitzpatrick ... LAPD Sergeant (uncredited)

Directed by
Rick Jacobson 
Writing credits
Rick Jacobson (poet laureate) &
Eric Gruendemann (poet laureate)

Produced by
Eric Gruendemann .... producer
Rick Jacobson .... producer
Bernadette Joyce .... post production producer
Brian Peck .... associate producer
Carrie Tyson .... line producer (as Carrie Ann 'Cat' Tyson)
Original Music by
John R. Graham (the music man)
Cinematography by
Stuart Asbjornsen (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Joseph McFadden  (as Joe McFadden)
Corey Yaktus 
Casting by
John Barba 
Lisa Fields 
Production Design by
Vali Tirsoaga 
Art Direction by
Daniel Cerny 
Set Decoration by
Jennifer Mueller  (as Jenny Mueller)
Costume Design by
Robin Lewis West 
Rosalida Medina 
Makeup Department
Fiona Distefano .... makeup department head
Jenna Keller .... makeup artist
Eva Lohse .... key makeup artist
Sheila Moran .... key hairstylist
Production Management
Eric Gruendemann .... unit production manager (as Eric 'Tripod' Gruendemann)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joshua Lou Friedman .... second assistant director
Mark Wallace .... first assistant director
Art Department
Daniel Bosler .... conceptual artist
George Hobbs .... propmaster
Erin Vitali .... set dresser
Michael Smith .... art department (uncredited)
Sound Department
Darren Barnett .... dialogue mixer
Arlan H. Boll .... dialogue editing (as Arlan Boll)
Roberto Cappannelli .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Carter .... foley artist
Eric W. Edwards .... boom operator (as Eric Edwards)
Chris Julian Irwin .... re-recording mixer (as Chris Julian)
Chris Julian .... post production sound supervisor
Daniel Kier .... sound effects
Dacoury Natche .... sound effects
Peter Rand .... sound mixer
Josh Sarles .... adr supervisor
Josh Sarles .... sound effects
Jason Schmid .... re-recording mixer
Brian Slack .... re-recording mixer
Harry E. Snodgrass .... supervising sound effects editor (as Harry Snodgrass)
James Cret Wilson .... sound effects (as Cret Wilson)
Special Effects by
Chris Cline .... special effects foreman: Automatrix Fx
Kyle Cyganowski .... special effects assistant: Automatrix Fx
John Eggett .... special effects coordinator
Tony Gardner .... big cheese: Alterian Inc.
Timothy Huizing .... special effects makeup
David Lazarus .... special defects: Automatrix Fx (as David 'When's Lunch?' Lazarus)
Stephen Prouty .... project supervisor: Alterian Inc. (as Steve Prouty)
Tom Steves .... on-set make-up artist: Alterian Inc. (as Thomas Steves)
Hugo Villasenor .... on-set make-up artist: Alterian Inc.
David Waine .... special effects coordinator: Automatrix Fx
John Shea .... key hair effects (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Minky Billups .... digital artist
Scott Billups .... visual effects supervisor: PixelMonger VFX
Phil Carbonaro .... composite supervisor (as Philip Carbonaro)
Tim Cutt .... digital artist
Bob Forward .... visual effects crew
Martin Gruhn .... digital artist
Shane Houston .... visual effects artist
Kailyn Johnson .... compositor (as Ryan Johnson)
Glen David Miller .... visual effects artist (as Glen Miller)
Stefan Morrell .... digital artist
Nicholas Seal .... lead compositor (as Nick Seal)
J.R. Soldano .... visual effects artist
Jon Terada .... digital artist
Andre Van Der Merwe .... visual effects producer
Sala Baker .... stunt player: Bruise
Zoë Bell .... fight choreographer
Zoë Bell .... stunt coordinator
Eurlyne Epper .... stunt player: Hematoma
Richard King .... stunt player: Laceration
Phil Sommerville .... stunt player: Contusion
Sabine Varnes .... stunt double: everyone else
Josh C. Waller .... stunt player: Owie
Thom Williams .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ringo Betancourt .... company grip (as Ringo Enciso-Betancourt)
Nathaniel R. Brown .... key grip (as Nate Brown)
Traci Chartier .... second assistant camera (as Traci Chappell)
Daniel Cieplinski .... videographer
Adam Dubrowa .... additional camera operator
Rick Jacobson .... camera operator
Richard Kim .... best boy electric
Matthew Knudsen .... gaffer (as Matt Knudsen)
Marc Korgie .... company electric
Jennifer Lai .... first assistant camera
Michael Lockridge .... first assistant camera
Joseph McFadden .... digital imaging technician (as Joe McFadden)
JP Perry .... first assistant camera
Marlen Schlawin .... second assistant camera
Benjamin Solovey .... second assistant camera (as Ben Solovey)
Kevin Warn .... stills photographer
Erin Weller .... best boy grip
Aaron Wilson .... dolly grip
Kathryn Moss .... additional first assistant camera (uncredited)
Erin Olesen .... first assistant camera: pickups (uncredited)
Michael Phelan .... grip (uncredited)
Austin Lee Smoak .... additional first assistant camera (uncredited)
Alyssa Soetebier .... additional second assistant camera (uncredited)
Michael Zogleman .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Emily Marchand .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Jonathan J. Nelson .... casting associate (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mira Jackson .... assistant: costume designer
Jerry Santana .... key set costumer
Joyce Tom .... costumer
Tiffany Welt .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Kent Pritchett .... colorist
Micah Stuart .... associate editor
Music Department
Michael Aarvold .... music scoring mixer
John R. Graham .... music orchestrated and conducted by
Margaret Minton Fetter .... music preparation
Christopher Eric Ng .... music associate
Michael T. Ryan .... music editor
Josh Sarles .... music editor (as Jamie Steele)
Chris Julian .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Billy Kane .... transportation coordinator (as Bill Kane)
Larry Riggen .... transportation captain
Lewis Seiden .... picture car commissar
Tony M. Wood .... driver: Kargoyle Charioteer (as Tony Wood)
Other crew
Jeremy Aimone .... key production assistant
Michael Belasco .... production coordinator
Greg Broadmore .... specialty weapons design & fabrication
Craig Chapman .... stage manager
Mary Claypool .... stage manager: Laurel Canyon Stages Queenbee
Josh Hofstetter .... craft service: executive in charge
J. Michael Hull .... location manager
Rachel Jacobson .... script supervisor
Pierre de Lespinois .... production guru (as Count Pierre Jean Leon Bonnescuelle de Lespinois)
Callum Linegard .... specialty weapons design & fabrication (as Callum Lingard)
Peter Lyon .... specialty weapons design & fabrication
Henry Rodriguez .... stage manager
Arleane Smith .... security manager
Michael C. Smith .... security manager (as Mike Smith)
Richard Taylor .... specialty weapons design & fabrication
Hayden D. Till .... production accountant
Lisa Callif .... clearance counsel (uncredited)
Michael Coulombe .... second script supervisor (uncredited)
Michael Donaldson .... clearance counsel (uncredited)

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Rated R for brutal violence, strong sexual content and language throughout, and brief drug use
109 min (unrated version) | 106 min (R-rated version)
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Did You Know?

The desert scenes where the majority of the locations were shot appear to be hot and arid, when in fact filming was done in mid and late March when it was still winter and the temperate during the day seldom rose above 60 F degrees in the sun, with wind chills making the outdoor temperature even lower. The cast, including the three female leads, spent most of the time between takes literally shivering under heavy winter coats that the wardrobe department brought along for just that.See more »
Continuity: Camero has dark blond hair throughout the film except for one brief shot when her hair is dark black when she is about to drop a cigarette lighter to set Trixie on fire. It was an insert shot filmed months after production ended when America Olivio dyed her hair for a different film role that she took immediately after filming on this picture ended.See more »
[first lines]
Narrator:[voice-over] All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when able to attack we must seem unable. When using our forces, we must seem inactive. When we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away. When far away, we must make him believe we are near. Hold out baits to entice the enemy; feign disorder and crush him. Sun Tzu. The Art of War. 380 BC.
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29 out of 40 people found the following review useful.
Girls in a dangerous situation bust a move as they try to keep abreast of things., 18 April 2010
Author: tyler-and-jack from Edinburgh.

Rick Jacobson co-wrote and directed this strange movie that in so many ways could easily be rated a 1/10 but in so many other ways could be a 10/10, depending on what keeps you happy. I am going slap bang in the middle.

Essentially, it's a catfight that lasts for about 100 minutes with Trixie (the gorgeous Julia Voth), Hel (the lovely Erin Cummings) and Camero (the annoying America Olivo) all squabbling as they try to uncover the location of some stolen goods. There is a little bit more to it than that, though nothing unpredictable, and there are a few more names in the cast (including small roles for Kevin Sorbo and Lucy Lawless) but, let's be honest, this movie is all about the three leading ladies.

The dialogue is like something written by someone who wants to show themselves off as a blend of Frank Miller and Quentin Tarantino but who, unfortunately, hasn't quite hit puberty yet and so gets it so very, very wrong. The same can be said of the soundtrack choices although, somehow, some of it works well considering the level of the imagery on display.

The acting is almost laughably bad in places. Olivo, with her eye-rolling and constant snarling, is the worst offender but Cummings isn't too far behind her. Thanks to her character, and the ditzy cutie vibe she has, Julia Voth comes out of things the best.

But let's get to the big plus of this movie. The main selling point. Shallow and base as it is, this film is about breasts. The camera almost seems reluctant to give us a head shot of the leading ladies when it can dwell below the neck area and keep a heaving bosom on display. Which is, in a really juvenile way, kind of brilliant. It's just a shame that the movie veers between the gleefully excessive and the surprisingly tame. We get to see lots of cleavage but not much actual nudity (and none at all from the three leads), we get some crazy violence but most of it is either cut away from or overlaid with so much CGI that it's almost cartoonish anyway.

There's also the look of the thing, those who dislike the artificiality offered by fare such as Sin City will dislike the stylised look of this movie. It's fun in places but always feels so false that you never stay in the bizarre environment the movie wants you to inhabit.

Overall, this is fun fun fun for those who can enjoy someone dealing in lowest common denominator, exploitative fare. It has a sense of humour and self-awareness but that can't make up for it's obvious failings. For those wanting something actually worth watching with decent acting and a storyline you care about I would advise you to look elsewhere.

See this if you like: Sin City, Death Proof, Charlie's Angels.

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