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Hard Breakers (2010)

R | | Comedy | 20 May 2011 (USA)
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A comedy centered on two single girls working the dating scene in Los Angeles.

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Harold Bell
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Shay
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Bobby
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Carey
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Ms. Independence
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Igor
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Storyline

Driven by a history of dating pitfalls and frustration with men, Alexis and her best friend Lindsay decide to turn the tables and devise a plan to lure unsuspecting men close enough to knock them out and drag them back to their lair for their own satisfaction. When an absent father and an obsessive ex-boyfriend force Alexis to confront her issues with men, the girls' plan goes awry and Alexis falls head over heels in love with one of her male conquests. Lindsay, consumed by her darker nature, decides to go out on the hunt alone, leading to her arrest. In the end, the girls reunite and recognize the strength of their friendship and that ultimately; their own self worth determines how men will treat them. Written by Official site

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The battle of the sexes just got harder.

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Comedy

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Rated R for sexual content and drug use | See all certifications »

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Ball Breakers  »

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Trivia

The character of Tyler also played a character call Ty Collins in the latest version of 90210 he only appears in season 1 though. See more »

Goofs

Just before Tom Arnold shows up, at about 4:10, Sophie Monk stands up and you can clearly see her microphone wire behind her. See more »

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Unfulfilled potential
5 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First let me say that I thought the basic premise was a pretty good one. I really liked the concept of turning the typical cheesy sex comedy on its head and making the women the 'aggressors'. I also thought Sophie Monk was actually quite good. So good in fact I wish she was the lead in the film. Unfortunately I just didn't find Cameron Richardson particularly compelling as the lead. The movie would have been better served had they switched roles. The cameo roles (Tia Carrera and Tom Arnold in particular, Kattan was a bit of a mess but not sure that was his fault as his character seemed to be poorly written)were decent as well. However this movie just never got off the ground due to either terrible editing, a poor script, or that they just seemed to run out of time (or money?) to put this thing together in a really coherent manner. Possibly it was all three. The father/daughter issues plot line, which motivated much of the characters behavior, never really came together until the very end and by then it was too late. Also the racial stereotypes were a little annoying as well. Having said all that is certainly better than the very low score it has on here. It does have moments and some of the performances were pretty good, particularly Sophie Monk. And I have to give credit to the writer(s) and director for at least trying something different.


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