What Playboy magazine was to the 1950's, SuicideGirls is to the new millennium: a revolutionary lifestyle brand that combines the DIY attitude of underground culture with a vibrant, ... See full summary »
On the day after his fortieth birthday, the family man and computer analyst George Grieves goes to the Mt. Abaddon Hospital for a routine procedure of colonoscopy with Dr. Sharazi. Along ... See full summary »
(at around 1 min) When the cop first arrives on his sea plane, his sheriff's badge is on the left side of his shirt. But moments later as they enter the woods, it is on the right side of his shirt. See more »
I could not believe I had never heard of the SuicideGirls before now. Once I quit trying to take this film seriously I actually thought it was so dry it became funny. After that I was OK with it. Yeah the acting was substandard at best but I decided to give these girls an even shake and finished the movie. I've sat through other movies that got better ratings that were much worse than this one. I certainly would not want anyones daughter using these girls as role models that's for sure. I was really hoping for more but like a lot of "B" type Indie flicks they don't always come out like you wanted. Some of these girls are actually beautiful and I believe when people get a better look they might truly reconsider what they think beauty is. I will need to watch a couple of the earlier SuicideGirls attempts to get a better picture as to what they are all about.
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