Upon discovering the terrorist who murdered his family is building a massive bomb, Las Vegas gentlemen's club owner and former CIA agent Damon Archer enlists his glamorous showgirls to help stop the madman.
Ex CIA agent Damon Archer owns a gentleman's club in Las Vegas. One day, he discovers that a terrorist is hatching a plan to build an enormous bomb. Coincidentally, this is the same terrorist who had killed his family. He employs three of his series girls to thwart the fanatics devilish goals. Immediately, these deadly beauties jump into action and take fatal risks to prevent a catastrophic attack.Written by
A movie which does not fear to ask the deep questions?
Rarely do you see a breast exploit movie which also explores some of the deep questions. Why am I here? Is there a god? Oh my head, what the heck did I do last night? I am pretty sure, like the Matrix, the director tapped into philosophical and religious concepts. When that guy rips that girls shirt off as part of his foreplay, you really question concepts like whether the ends justify the means or whether you should pursue a hedonistic lifestyle, or connect to your fellow man by giving your time and money to social causes.
The music subtly explores themes as well. While listening to the background music while a poker game was being played, I could hear the composer asking, "should we have dropped those bombs on Japan?" I know most people will watch this for a little T&A thrill, and miss the symbology at every scene. I noticed a lot of circular shapes, for example. Tables, wheels, hoop earings. Was the film maker suggesting the life is circular? You be the judge.
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