Tied up, blindfolded, and left in the woods in nothing but their underwear as part of a Hell Week initiation, six college-aged pledges are tasked with setting up camp. Broken up into two ... See full summary »
Arthur J. Davis,
Five narcissistic roommates rife with animosity hastily conspire to pull off an underground rave party, without their elderly landlady knowing about it. Things spiral out of control and everyone gets a little more than they bargained for.
Matt's life is racing out of control - all he wants to do is pass the bar exam and win back his girlfriend, but his boss wants him to house-sit while he's studying, the boss's kids want a ... See full summary »
In the rural town of Wickenhaven, a psychotic tanning salon owner is responsible for the disappearances of many young, innocent girls, while his wife, an exotic purse designer, is willing to overlook his evil nature.
Julia Faye West,
Dawna Lee Heising,
Anthony Del Negro
The Champagne Gang is an exciting action-packed drama about four beautiful California beach girls who pull heists to pay for luxury items and surfing vacations to Mexico and Hawaii. Clad in fitted cat suits and netting millions in cash, the cops are clueless to the identity of the gang as their cleverly executed late night store break-ins spread throughout San Diego.Written by
The ladies plan to rob a store. When they case it, the signs inside the store reveal that it is a "Food Giant" store (San Diego based) while the exterior is "Cardiff's Seaside Market", a market in Cardiff, California. See more »
This film probably didn't have a bad concept, and at some point, I expect it will be remade with actresses you may have heard of who can actually act. And maybe they will get a screenwriter who can actually write dialog.
Other than that, it was an excuse to put girls in bikinis and have them run around on the beach. Not that I normally object to that sort of thing, but...
They start the movie out by telling you how it ends. We are told from the get-go, they are going to get arrested and sent to jail. Well, that kind of destroys the suspense, doesn't it? Then they go into the story of how this gang of shoplifters were recruited by a crime boss and taught how to engage in the glamorous job of robbing supermarket safes...
Okay, more jiggling, more party scenes, a little burglary school montage (where is the "Team America" Montage song when you need it?), a few close calls, and they get caught. That only virtue of this movie it was direct to DVD, so you could fast forward through the boring parts, which is about half the movie.
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