If there's one thing that the men of Rockford Texas love as much as their women, it's their guns. But when a gun incident at a neighborhood school spurs one stay at home mom, Jenna (Andrea ...
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If there's one thing that the men of Rockford Texas love as much as their women, it's their guns. But when a gun incident at a neighborhood school spurs one stay at home mom, Jenna (Andrea Anders), to rethink Rockford's obsessive gun culture, life in this idyllic town is turned upside-down. Much to the chagrin of her husband, (Matt Passmore), Jenna ignites a movement by recruiting the women to withhold sex from the men until every gun in Rockford is vanquished. A wild and hilarious showdown ensues between the sexes. As tensions and libidos rise, the men and women of Rockford must decide what's really important: keeping the peace or getting a piece.
This plot is loosely based on the ancient Greek play "Lysistrata" written by Aristophanes and first performed in 411 BC. In the play, Lysistrata persuades the women of Greece to withhold sexual privileges from their husbands until they negotiate a peaceful end to the Peloponnesian War.
That is this movie in a nutshell It;s the wonderful females who hate guns and the men who love them.
It's a feminist film.
It's a Liberals wet Dream.
It's a film that hates men and full of clichés.
It's badly written and acted.
It;s bad...just bad. It's about females who want guns out and they punish men by withholding sex. In reality the men will simply move on or pay for poon.
It's virtuous women vs the immorality and hedonism that men have.
This movie is about a 3. Not really funny, it does have a plot but it's simply a film that uses identity politics to make strawman arguments. It's a stinky, smelly, non Lubricated mess of a chick flick.
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