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There is no coherent story here, nothing, just a collection of strippers, cheesy dialogue, and macho nonsense. Even the central question of the movie, is not even answered. In terms of intellectual content, you will find more in a basic MTV rap video. It pretends to be something like a Sherlock Holmes mystery, but is more like the comic strips in the newspaper.
With the exception of Ving Rhames (yes, "Marcellus Wallace" from Pulp Fiction) none of the other actors have any idea of acting. Most of the names on the cast are totally unheard of, even for film buffs. Rhames's portrayal of the US pimp recruiting poor Latinas is rather convincing ("Kiss my hand!"), however, but I cannot think of a another single compliment that I can give this movie.
It becomes so bad, it almost is good.
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