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William Patrick Riley,
Max (Dominique Purdy), Aaron (Richard Blair) and Glen (Nicholas Cooper) have a track record littered with strike-outs and misfit hook-ups. The boys embark on a mission to up their hot babe batting average. They meet Hollywood Casanova Johnny Eyelash (Mario Diaz) who teaches these boys the game of scoring A-list arm candy. But there is one problem, the girls are organized, cunning and have an agenda of their own. Its not long before the girls, led by Big Wendy (Jenae Alt) and Little Wendy (Eli Jane) pick up on Johnny's tactics and Hollywood becomes one big booby trap.Written by
There is something about living in Los Angeles that makes you want to shred it into a million pieces. I can't count the number of apocalyptic films I've seen recently that took turns completely tearing it apart. This isn't an endtimes flick, but it can't resist the urge of taking aim at the city. The result is absolutely hilarious.
Anyone who doesn't think the characters have sufficient depth to be believable has never been to Los Angeles. The scene where the guy chops up a Barbie to illustrate what LA girls are under the cute clothes, shoes, implants, makeup and hair is iconic, and so is the scene where the girls are doing yoga in high heels and talking about how men are just like dogs. While thousands of kids are out protesting the role corporations have come to play in our lives, there is a whole culture of people who neither know nor care about current events.
Fortunately for all of us, these people are too busy hooking up to ever vote.
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