Lisa Boyle is beautiful, looks great with a gun (too bad she gets to use one only at the very end), her acting is OK and she deserves a better vehicle than this low-budget thriller, where she plays an aspiring LA actress who gets hold of a computer disk that some bad guys are after. Although the film is amateurishly directed, it is at least a step up from some other entries in the "Women Who Kick Butt" DVD box set, as the cinematography is more competent and the sound can actually be heard almost all the time. But perhaps the most amusing part of this DVD is that it includes an audio commentary (!), and a very casual and unorthodox one at that. The producer and the director order and eat a pizza as they are commenting (!), they explain how they tried to work around the problem of their low budget (although the film is set in LA, most of it was shot in Boston), and they're not afraid to poke fun at their film or even at themselves. I give the film *1/2 out of 4, but one extra half-a-star for the commentary.
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