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A romantic comedy that centers around a young mother named Flick. After a lifetime of problems and disappointments with men, she decides she wants to spend her life with a woman. As sweet and funny as she is, Flick is flawed and confused but has come up with an unconventional way to find her new mate; A weekend sleepover. She finds the 5 women that she's recently met and has been attracted to in one way or another and invites them to spend a weekend at an out of the way summer house by the beach. A weekend to get to know her and her daughter Roxy, who at only 10 years old, has a maturity far beyond her years. The only problem is, she has invited all 5 women to stay with her at the same time in the same house and none of them know that. Flick's Chicks takes you on a humorous and voyeuristic look at 6 women as they get to know each other, annoy each other and learn to accept each other and in the end, hopefully find love.
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I was disappointed by the plot, which makes little sense. Flick, in her search for true love, decides to find it by inviting five complete strangers over for the weekend. Not only is the premise flawed, but the movie isn't remotely as funny as it could have been. It has its comedic moments, but the only standout one in the film is the dinner scene with Flick's parents and her invited guests.
For this only being her second film, I thought the lovely Evelyn Gaynor (as lead character Flick) offered a nice performance. She projected a genuine sense of being nervous throughout the movie, and has an expressive face that capably reflects her voiceovers.
The majority of the cast is also inexperienced in film, though I did enjoy what some of the actresses brought to the table. One of my favorite aspects of the casting was the extremely sexy Cara Castronova as feisty Marissa. Castronova's actually a two-time Golden Gloves champ, so it was interesting to see an aggressive character played by a legit tough-as-nails boxer.
Flick's Chicks does come off fairly anti-man, as the majority of the male characters (even through anecdotes) are presented in a negative light. But as a straight man, I also have to concede that I've known guys who were like some of the characters in the film.
I thought all of the actresses in the cast were gorgeous, and really enjoyed Debra Austin Toscano's funny performance as Flick's mother Ruthie. Otherwise, Flick's Chicks really brought nothing new to the table. It wasn't especially funny, nor was the plot very interesting. "The L Word" it's not, I'd say watch it once before deciding to buy the DVD.
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