Hawaii has fallen under the control of a ruthless cartel of seven gangsters. The FBI acquires the services of an ex-agent turned assassin Drew Savano (William Smith) who in turn assemble a team of seven hitmen to stop them.
Blonde, fast, and extremely lethal, Stacey Hanson, the curvaceous private eye and seasoned race-car driver, is commissioned by the affluent Florence Chambers to investigate her family's close members who inhabit her mansion. To be included in the will, nephew, John, the stunning brunette, Tish, and Florence's grand-niece, Pamela, must all be worthy of the Chambers' name; however, as Stacey starts digging deep, the suspicions will be justified. Can they keep their skeletons in the closet?Written by
Sidaris jumped on a bandwagon here. He just made everybody white instead.
Stacey, Stacey, Stacey, you are one gorgeous lady.
She's also a decent actress and played the strong feminine heroine perfectly. She wasn't aloof or self-righteous about it. And the action scenes were realistic as well. Or at least as realistic as the budget allowed.
The obvious obsession with her breasts was actually done with semi-realism as well. And showing her with her boyfriend, working and playing with him, while at the same time letting him look good, was VERY different.
A feminist heroine we can all respect.
9 of 14 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this