Someone is killing crime boss Gus Gruman's (Joe Estevez) friends and business associates. Lured into what promises to be a "fun time", the victims are brutally murdered. Detective Trent ... See full summary »
Fred P. Watkins
FBI agent Cara Landry is sent on an undercover assignment to gather evidence on Damian Medina, a Mexican casino owner running a counterfeiting operation for the Cali drug cartel. With ... See full summary »
An unhappy married couple finds themselves at the mercy of a vagabond couple who appear at their door claiming their car broke down. They are really hired by the husband to warm up his wife; but things quickly turn ugly.
In Singapore, con artist Michelle marries a corrupt local businessman to avoid prison, then swindles him and escapes the country. He follows her to L.A., so she moves in with her hunky oil tycoon ex and his scheming girlfriend, Lisa.
In this gripping crime drama, gritty male cop Sam Jones teams up with the gorgeous female officer, Shannon Tweed. Operating out of the vice squad in "Sin City" Las Vegas, Jones and Tweed must pull together to solve a major crime.
"The Rowdy Girls" is probably close to what would have happened if Andy Sidaris had ever taken his "Playmates, breasts and guns" formula to the West. Unfortunately, it also suffers from the same pacing problems as most of Sidaris' films: it spends far too much time on showing the viewer how the characters get from point A to point B, which makes it feel slow and meandering. On the plus side, Shannon Tweed, at age 43, is still in great shape, and newcomer Deanna Brooks is wonderful - sweet, feisty, curvy and sexy. There is also Julie Strain as an over-the-top villainess....oh, and a singing narrator who appears from time to time ("she wanted to get out of that bordello, and meet a nice fellow"). The film could have been much better, but Tweed and Brooks still make it worthy of a lukewarm recommendation. (**)
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