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D.E.B.S.

Jill Ritchie, Sara Foster, Jordana Brewster, Devon Aoki, Meagan Good

Directed by Angela Robinson
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5 1 0
March 24, 2005

Hot schoolgirls are recruited by the feds to fight crime as D.E.B.S. (Discipline, Energy, Beauty, Strength). Their target is Lucy Diamond (Jordana Brewster), a thief who recruits D.E.B.S. Amy (Sara Foster) for some hot lesbo action. Amy's hetero partners in crime-busting — Meagan Good, Jill Ritchie and Devon Aoki — pout at first but gradually accept the situation. You might think there's no downside to a movie that peeks up the skirts of babes in micro-minis, but writer-director Angela Robinson's dimwitted satire is libido-killing proof to the contrary.

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