After completing a string of high-profile robberies, a group of beautiful but deadly biker girls led by the fearless Lady (Stacey Dash) collide with a bar full of mysterious robots ...
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After completing a string of high-profile robberies, a group of beautiful but deadly biker girls led by the fearless Lady (Stacey Dash) collide with a bar full of mysterious robots disguised as humans. The androids capture half of the biker gang to aid in their quest for world domination. As the girls fight for their freedom, they uncover a scheme more sinister than anyone could have imagined. Written by
One of those bad films that might have been worthwhile if...
You know that some films don't make much sense overall, and some hold together pretty well but fall apart at the end, well, this one doesn't make sense on a minute-to-minute basis. The direction is choppy and uneven. The actors can be divided up into those who are incompetent amateurs and those who are competent but unwilling to put any effort into this turkey. The screenwriters occasionally attempted to be clever, with references to other, better SF films, etc., but for the most part their attempts fell flat. Granted, the look of the film was professional and glossy, but it was slapped together in such a haphazard fashion that it only points up what a missed opportunity this was. The basic idea of beauteous babes on motorcycles battling killer androids directed by a evil genius held a lot of promise. It could have been very cool. If they had done interesting camera angles, if they had not interrupted the story with stupid flashbacks, if they had kept the story simple and logical scene by scene, if the characters had been a little more sympathetic, if, if, if a lot of things might have worked together better to make a film worth watching, which this one was not.
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