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One quick warning for parents out there, this movie is rated "R" for good reason. Since some of the action is from the mind of Roger Corman it can get a little gruesome and sexy at points in this movie so don't let the comic book roots fool you, this is not for the kiddies.
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised that this 17 year old flic stood up as well as it did. Not great, not awful, just okay.
The story: Frustrated with the ineffectual law enforcement system, a Los Angeles policewoman (Joan Severance, See No Evil, Hear No Evil) dons a costume and takes the fight to a super villain seeking to take control of the city (Casey Siemaszko, Back to the Future series).
The film could not have had a huge budget, give the flimsy costumes, weak effects, and action scenes that look like they were shot under time constraints. Luckily, these limitations bring out the talent in producer Corman and director Jonathan Winfrey, and they make the absolutely most of what they have to work with. The screenplay is polished, completely avoiding the narrative pitfalls of other low-budget productions. The cast as a whole is enthusiastic, and you can look forward to some particularly entertaining performances from Terri Vaughn (The Steve Harvey Show) and Garrett Morris (The Jamie Foxx Show).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The movie is definitely cheesy in terms of acting, plot, and FX usage but the movie is unique and the character is truly sexy. Read morePublished 12 months ago by mike chernoff
I just watched this movie this morning, and loved it! It's campy in the same style as the 60s Batman TV show, but there's a nice little surprise in the middle of it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by M. J. Thysell
it is not bad it don't hold your attention but it is not bat as allPublished 22 months ago by scott