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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
I was prepared not to like WILD THINGS 4: FOURSOME. I usually don't like direct-to-video sequels that piggyback onto more successful films by association, but I was pleasantly distracted by WILD THINGS: FOURSOME

A cast of virtually unknown pretty boys and pretty girls make up the cast. The acting is good, which is to say that the screenwriters were smart enough not to strain the actors' abilities with anything too demanding. The storyline follows the overall concept of the original Wild Things. It's a kill-or-be-klled fest of backstabbings, betrayals, rip-offs, lies, and misdirection.

WILD THINGS: FOURSOME was made in sunny South Florida. In what amounts to a continuity problem, it takes place either in the fictional city of "Blue Bay" or in Miami. Never mind the contrivance, it's upscale Miami, impure and unsimple.

Surprisingly enough, the plot holds up really well through its numerous twists and turns. Carson Wheetley, rich and young and handsome, scion of NASCAR hero Ted Wheetley, hates his father who may have killed his mother. Carson has a hot girlfriend. Actually, he has three hot girlfriends, and they hatch a plot to kill Daddy Wheetley and divvy up his money. Shortly thereafter, Daddy Wheetley dies during a race, and the cops get involved. Daddy Wheetley's lawyer suddenly announces that Carson can't inherit until he marries. He marries one hot girlfriend, Rachel, and inherits. Carson and Rachel decide to kill the other girls and keep all the money. Rachel and the other girls decide to kill Carson so Rachel the grieving widow can inherit. The other girls decide to kill Carson and then kill Rachel. And so on. Nobody has clean hands in WILD THINGS: FOURSOME.

Full of bikini babes, cigarette boats, makeout scenes, cocaine, sapphic erotica, fast cars, tanning oil, bare breasts, and views from the private islands in Biscayne Bay, WILD THINGS: FOURSOME is not exactly memorable, but it's worth an enjoyable 90 minutes of your time under the mango tree.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on October 19, 2010
Wild movie. Not the greatest acting or maybe its just their style for the Wild Things series. The girls are hot ofcourse, but we dont see much of the 3rd girl. ANyways in typical Wild Things fashion,we have twists and surprises which can keep you guessing. Not a classic film, but one worth watching. Its a keeper for me.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on July 4, 2010
The series of Wild Things movies wants desperately to be a part of neo-noir cinema, yet the characters are so cartoony, the audience doesn't really care what happens to them. The plot holes are so large that the director decided that the end credits should double as five minutes of filling in the narrative gaps. The movie is of course about greed, and there's a large amount of money at stake. It's not particularly clear how the people who end up with the money could actually access it legally. It's not worth thinking about though.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A rich man dies in a race car accident and the cops think there is foul play. Meanwhile there is a twisty plot going on involving the son and three beautiful women...and yes we do get a "foursome" with nudity.

The plot twists without clues and does so simply for the sake of twisting...Oh look at us, we are clever script writers. Except for the eye candy scene, the film was boring, as if it came from a TV script.

F-bomb, sex, and nudity (Jillian Murray, Jessie Nickson)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on May 9, 2013
I like the author's suspense writing tactics. Not knowing who did the crime until the very end and,
giving how it was set up at the end was great.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on May 11, 2013
It is not as great as first movie but it is still good movie. Since it is unrated, so it is only for adult,
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on February 24, 2014
A billionaire car racer does not get well along with son. This young man suspects his father has killed his beloved mother.
He and his three girlfriends decide to kill the father through malfunction of a racing car. It works out as planned. A detective
is assigned to do a follow-up investigation.
Now, the inheritance. This young man must get married according to his father's will as released by the family attorney.
Greed is the motivation of multiple murders that follow. Who is the ultimate one who gets this large sum of money?
The girls, playboy son or retiring detective? Watch this movie to the very end for an answer.
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Wild Things: Foursome is a 2010 direct-to-DVD installment of the Wild Things series stars Ashley Parker Angel, Jillian Murray, Marnette Patterson, Jessie Nickson, and John Schneider(Smallville). In part 4 a wealthy but spoiled teenager(Angel)has been set up by a pair of bad girls(Murray, Patterson)by accusing him of rape, so they can have his money, but a Florida detective(Schneider)discovers they all in a plot to double-cross one another and an addtion to a third bad girl(Nickson)means the plot is brimming with sex and murder. Wild Things: Foursome is the sexiest and most thrilling of the Wild Things franchise!
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on July 26, 2012
I've seen the first three Wild Things movie. Which I enjoyed. Each movie had some of the same scenes, but it had a different story. Before watching Wild Things Foursome I thought to my self, I wonder how this one is going to play out. Will it have to do with these rich kids getting married to get the money from their parents? Well I was right.

You might think I spoiled it for you, but you don't know how it plays out. It is four kids this time. One boy and three girls. The movie wasn't bad.
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on March 13, 2014
I would love nothing more than to write that "Wild Things: Foursome (Unrated Edition)" was a keeper. It would be untrue. There is very little about this A + B + C = profit formula film which makes it redeemable. Some of the swim wear was trendy for the time. There, I have found a positive for those readers who plead optimism as a personal fault.
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