Games Girls Play
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70 s B-movie bombshell Christina Hart (The Stewardess, Helter Skelter) is the sultry star of Games Girls Play, as Bunny O Hara, an underage man-eater and daughter of the American ambassador to swinging London. After sleeping her way through the House of Lords, Bunny s father packs her off to a remote finishing school for wayward rich girls.
Bored in the British boondocks, Bunny leads her nubile classmates in a contest to seduce a group of foreign dignitaries visiting London for disarmament talks... the winner being the first girl to get her V.I.P. into b-e-d!
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Scoring higher on the Cheesy Meter than a Swiss Colony catalog--and setting back the women's movement by at least a hundred years--there's little point in defending this seminal work of softcore yucks from the mid-70's. And that's the point, I suppose. It's so bad, it's good.
Plot? Uh, o.k., sure. Man-crazy Bunny (Hart) is shipped off to an girls' school in England, where she proceeds to engage her roomies in a game of Bed The Politician. The bet is on and the clothes are off.
Really. That's pretty much it.
Directed by once-respectable veteran Jack Arnold (Creature from the Black Lagoon, It Came From Outer Space, etc.), GAMES GIRLS PLAY is best viewed as a product of its time. Personally, I first caught the film as a teenager on Cinemax's notorious "Friday After Dark" in the early 80's. If you came of age during that era, Bunny's exploits may hold a certain naughty nostalgic charm. And compared to today's smarter but far more cynical "adult" comedies, there's a goofy innocence about the film that might still win you over.
The extras include the R-rated trailer as well as t.v. spots, and a painful modern interview with Christina Hart. Painful? Well, her memories of the film aren't all that fond, and (with apologies to Ms. Hart) she looks very different these days.
The bottom line is simple enough: Either you're into this sort of thing or not. If, like myself, you have actually have fond memories of the film, you'll find it's really not that bad. As 70's teen sex comedies go, you could certainly do worse.
Not much of a plotline here, but in this sort of film that doesn't really matter. What plot there is goes something like this: 3 college aged British girls are led by the daughter of the American ambassador (Hart) to seek out important men to have a roll in the hay. In fact, they have a contest to see which one can bed a guy 1st. Obviously, this is a role-reversal of what you normally have as typically it's teenage boys who want to place a wager such as this.
All of the women in the film are lovely and 1 of the British girls goes well beyond lovely. And, of course, all of them strip down. This is in no way a "teaser" flick, so if that's what you're looking for, this movie is not for you. On the other hand, if you want to see 4 rebellious babes escape from an uber strict girl's school and have an unforgettable night on the town, then this movie is EXACTLY what you're looking for!!
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If you like sexploitation films you should love this film. A bit of a plot, a good amount of humor and a good number of nude cuties makes for a good show. Read morePublished 9 months ago by KSArnold
This is a fun film from the seventies that delivers for collectors of sex comedies. It pioneers the way for future entries in the genre with a 'game' devised by four friends to see... Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by Joe C. McPherson