The plot of "Fun and Games" admittedly may sounds genius if it were an X-rated adult movie, but for a regular film it's honestly too thin. Perhaps it still could have worked as a juvenile and harmless sex-comedy, in the style of "Porky's" or "The Cheerleaders", but it's not sleazy and light-hearted enough for that. In the end, it's a rather boring and frustratingly tame semi-exploitation effort with a couple of neat (but unelaborated) ideas and a breathtakingly gorgeous lead actress (Alexandra Hay) who sadly doesn't show enough nudity. She - Angela - is the 17-year-old-daughter of the head-warden of an experimental government prison, who returns home to England after having spent four years at a boarding school in Boston. During her period in the states, Angela turned into a curvaceous young woman and she developed an insatiable craving for male attention and sex. She likes nothing better than to seduce men with her long blond hair and ravishing body, which obviously leads to problematic situations in an all-male prison institution. Angela's "shenanigans" mainly exist of walking by men that gaze at her, and then she starts laughing like a spoiled little brat. The climax, during which she's taken hostage by two inmates while they escape, is incredibly implausible and borderline pathetic.