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VintageFemme 3 years ago
A cute, fun film. Not particularly memorable but enjoyable.
Luna Lovegood over 6 years ago
there's so much perfect in this i'm going to ignore the shitty parts. bit scott pilgrimish
Patricia 5 months ago
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Jaclyn Hyde 4 years ago
Phetcharat almost 5 years ago
Bruna Acioly over 5 years ago
Z 7 years ago
Jorge H. Cuadrado almost 8 years ago
Shane Hanna over 8 years ago
D.E.B.S. is a 2003 action/comedy independent short film written and directed by Angela Robinson. D.E.B.S. made the film festival circuit including the Sundance Film Festival, L.A. Outfest and New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, receiving a total of seven film festival awards. D.E.B.S. is both a parody and an emulation of the Charlie's Angels format. It features a lesbian love story between one of the heroes and the villain. A narrator explains that there is a test hidden in the SATs which measures an applicant's ability to fight, cheat, lie and kill. Female students who score well on this hidden test are selected to become members of the secret paramilitary group D.E.B.S. which stands for Discipline, Energy, Beauty and Strength. Focusing on one squad of D.E.B.S., composed of the team captain Amy (Alex Breckenridge), the tough Max (Tammy Lynn Michaels), French exchange student Dominique (Shanti Lowry), and the prissy and insecure Janet (Jill Ritchie), all of whom faces off against...
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