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S.' team points out about Lucy that, "I have that same sweater. Everyone is just too nice, including Lucy and her 'evil' henchmen Scud. This cast could barely qualify for a supporting role on a CW television show, let alone a film. Franglish is not a language." While the movie is funny, it lacks any real tension. could even become a franchise if it finds its audience. The girls were all obviously cast for their looks and not their comic timing.
They end up at a club, where Janet ends up bonding with Scud while Lucy further charms Amy. Max is furious, but must follow Amy as they respond to a bank heist orchestrated by Lucy. Miss Petrie organizes a nationwide manhunt to find Amy, while Janet desperately tries to keep Amy apprised of the situation by calling, though Amy never hears any of Janet's phone messages. Though Lucy tries to reassure her, Amy returns, mortified, to the D. catch the two women having sex, causing Max storm out in disgust, followed by Dominique, Bobby and Janet. Certified Fresh Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics. S., a feature-length adaptation of her award-winning short film produced by a grant from POWER UP (Professional Organization of Women in Entertainment Reaching Up). Filmmaker Angela Robinson writes and directs the action comedy D. This 90-minute spy parody involves a secret crime-fighting unit made up of sexy schoolgirls Amy (Sara Foster), Dominique (Devon Aoki), Janet (Jill Ritchie), and Max (Meagan Good). that made the festival circuit (including the Sundance Film Festival and New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival).
Amy finds Lucy, they kiss, and Lucy asks Amy to come with her.
When she goes to meet a female Russian assassin (who only performs hits to pay for her dance lessons) for a date, the D.
don't know is that Lucy is also a lesbian who recently went through a traumatic breakup and is looking to start dating again.
The last habit prompts Max to tell her, "Speak English or French. As a farcical comedy, I was never able to get into it.
There's Amy; the model agent, Max; the leader, Janet; the ditzy one, and my favorite; Dominique; the French agent who constantly smokes, drinks black coffee, wears the shortest skirts, has sex, and speaks a combination of French and English.
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