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Girls Against Boys. How can you go wrong with a title like that? Young women seeking vengeance against males who don't know how to keep their sexual urges to themselves. Sounds like the ingredients for a good recipe for disaster. Unfortunately, that's what this film is...a disaster! It's main problem: the boring factor. First half hour, nothing happens, and I mean nothing. We get a brief intro that ties into the story later ( gee, I'm just dying to know what happens to the cop tied to the bed! Does he get lucky? Does he get shot with his own gun? Tune in, Tokyo! ) Thirty minutes in, and the next thirty minutes, some great stuff: Rapists men getting disposed of, exterminated, oh yeah, look at the score...women in the lead! Last half hour, well, we're right back to the boring stuff again. Summary just in: Girls Against Boys is a total bust. Granted, the acting is great, superior in fact. However, great acting can't save the lackluster script. By the time the ending credits roll, the viewer is left wondering what the hell the point to the movie was. That's the problem with films these days, they don't need a point anymore. Just slap a few scenes together, and let's see if we can make some money off of it. Heck, as far as I'm concerned, I think they quit making great films when they quit making them in black and white. Girls Against Boys gets two thumbs up from me...and don't ask where you can stick 'em.
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