Honey Glaze was the perfect little girl.She obeyed her father, played with her toysand never went outside. She was 30 years old.Then her father, who is a secret agent, iskilled by spies. ...
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Honey Glaze was the perfect little girl.She obeyed her father, played with her toysand never went outside. She was 30 years old.Then her father, who is a secret agent, iskilled by spies. Sheltered all her life, Honey determines to grow up quickly, join thesecret service and avenge her father'sdeath as she faces her enemey, Dr. Sum Thaim!Spy stories don't get any sillier than this!Written by
Admit it, you love B movies, so do yourself a favor and check this out. This is a completely silly no-budget movie. Take Ed Wood, mash him together with John Waters, remove any hint of cash flow, and you will have director Michael Legge. A scene didn't go by where I wasn't at least chuckling, if not laughing outright. It's one of those movies that rewards a second viewing, because there are so many gags and subtle humor that might be missed the first time. All of the actors are very good. I would like to know how the casting person found so many non-professional actors that can do comedy. And let's not forget the action. The final showdown between Honey Glaze and the evil Nurse would impress Jacki Chan. Just prepare yourself for something off the wall, and you'll love it!
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