The (no) plot is some guy with a video camera making a porno gets these girls and they say who they are and they say the proverbial words that describe the title of the movie (so scripted) then they start to get busy and jump straight to the best part without warming up. The lighting and the white-balance feature are not good a lot of the time. Most of the girls are ordinary looking but make up for it by giving a more serious effort. The best scene is with Jennifer Leigh (sp?) and Donita. JL does about as good a job as Iíve scene and only the lighting, camera angles, hair in the way, sound quality etc bring her scene down, but only a little. The proof is on her face where it belongs. If they spit down there you donít see that for the most part so it doesnít ruin your chance to at least think the results are real. Unfortunately we can hear the male director/bad cameraman etc. They need to explain why girls who donít appear like they should be messing with girls are messing with girls. Is it because of a power thing at work with female bosses or co-workers, or female police, or a sorority, or because the boyfriends are away and playing together is safe because they canít get pregnant, but ultimately they prefer guys but sometimes itís fun to play with girls for the challenge because picking up guys is so easy. Just donít make it seem like girls are better off with girls. The O.C. and The L Word are examples of what appears to be an attempt to make girls think they are better off with other girls which is not a good thing for the human race.
Well I got this one because I thought it sounded good,I mean c'mon how else are you really suppose to pick them?The women are I would say a D grade body-over all.The scenes were lacking and the cinematography was also poor-Hey I'm just being honest-also very short in length