D.E.B.S. | Chicago Reader


Angela Robinson scored a hit on the gay-lesbian festival circuit with her 11-minute comedy D.E.B.S. (2003), about a quartet of high school girls who double as secret agents. Now, bankrolled by Sony, she's stretched it into a 91-minute feature that doesn't have much to commend it besides an attractive cast. Sara Foster, Meagan Good, Jill Ritchie, and Devon Aoki are the young hotties, who prance around in short skirts battling international evildoers. Their mission is complicated when goody-two-shoes Foster (The Big Bounce) is seduced by a legendary criminal mastermind (the stunning Jordana Brewster). This forced spoof seems to be targeted at lesbian couples and hetero men with severe schoolgirl fetishes; that may be a legitimate market, but I'd hate to be sitting between them. With Holland Taylor and Michael Clarke Duncan. PG-13.


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