Released: Jun 01st, 2000
Running Time: 96
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Stephanie Dahl, Johnny Peters, Lola (I), Gwen Summers, Others, Julian (I), Jamie Lee, Julian (II), Adam Bomb, Shelly Jones, Devin Wolf, Charlie (I), Alana Evans, Azlea Antistia, Veronica (I)
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
Although not at the top of its game, this film should appeal to customers who like a plot line, especially if it\'s school reunion time.
Julian plays woman-hating Richie Cumberland whose chances at football stardom were destroyed when three bitches hit-and-run him after he'd accidentally knocked one up. This is his tale of revenge. It doesn't take long for viewers to pretty much hate everyone and want to see them all get what they deserve. The sex, acting and great visuals keep viewer interest; but this confused attempt at blending A Gun for Jennifer's feminist plot with a cliché women-are-bitches angle just can't escape from characters who prove to be largely unlikable, with pathetic motivations; and the film itself can't quite decide what it wants to be when it grows up. It's very easy on the eyes, however, and shows off some of the technical talent of the industry. One bit of advice to directors: Putting a skinny girl in a big ugly shirt and making her hair look greasy does not make her look "fat."