This film is about the best I've seen in months. (by DreamHopeReality)
You may wonder how could a film that's received more 1 than 10 on IMDb be so agreeable; I'll tell you why: there's no big name, no huge budget, and above all, it's a B-movie.If you're willing to ignore these like me, it won't be difficult to find that the acting is rather interesting, in a good way, the bodies are pretty hot, and the way the story is told adds highlight to everything. You definitely won't be so thrilled by Hollywood 'getcha' kind of film, with which you're feeling being tolling around like a brainless puppy.Erin Cummings, Hel, has <more>
delivered, in my judgement, the best performance among the three leading femmes; nonetheless, this film is neither about stars nor acting, it's about that particular feeling of action and erotica and trust and everything normally played by those known, male faces finally grabbed by three gorgeous, unknown actresses.Thanks to CGI, many low budget films nowadays can be much, MUCH better than Hollywood shts. Personally, I recommend it 100%.
The Ultimate Feminist Action Movie (by chicagopoetry)
In the vein of Quentin Tarantino's Planet Terror, Bitch Slap is a salute to feminist cult classics such as Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill! Produced in a colorful, visually stunning graphic novel style, there is never a dull moment or a wasted scene in this hilariously overly dramatic shocker. Even the most absurd bits are performed with a straight face and overall this outrageously entertaining over the edge superhero epic comes off as completely sincere. This is not a parody of a B-movie, this is the real deal, long drawn out scenes of lesbianism, cat fights, abuse to any male unfortunate <more>
enough to come across our three gorgeous, big breasted anti-heroes, 007 gadgets as well as flashbacks reminiscent of Pulp Fiction. The horribly campy dialog is so well written that you won't be able to get the word "kooterlicious" out of your mind for a long time. Bitch Slap is as fun as a barrel of monkeys tossed into a pit of jello. If you like action and hot chicks: this is a MUST SEE!
This movie is fantastic. I caught this movie with a bunch of other friends and have to say that getting Bitch-slapped has never been so much fun. We didn't really know what to expect when the movie started, and yes there was the concern about all the green screen that was being used. However the difference here is that all the special effects are used very tastefully. The 3 lead actresses did a wonderful job on this film and they are very very very very hot and do keep you waiting for the next scene, the next twist, or the next fight scene....very entertaining, specially the role of <more>
Camaro. Gotta love psycho bitches and America rocked it!Have to also give great Koodos to the music in the film, I am actually looking forward for the soundtrack, it definitely complimented the ambiance and overall mood of the film.Don't go in expecting a top notch tear jerker...if that's what you want, than obviously you need to do your research. If you are looking for a good time with three beautiful girls, get Bitch-slapped. Great movie to watch when every other movie released is some doom's day, man eating supernatural movie. Now, go on , make a sequel and tell me when I can buy my ticket.:-
I love this movie if it involves women (by KevinB12)
This movie is a wonderful movie I have ever seen in my entire life. If this movie has women in short dresses then I would go for such a movie like this one. It is more action pack than any other women's action movie I have ever seen in my life. A big thumbs up for me is what I rate this movie. Shooting, fighting, lesbian kissing and lots of profanity make this an excellent movie for anyone 17 years of age or older to watch. This movie is forbidden for anyone under 17 years of age including the unrated version. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves women in action. Even I think Megan <more>
Fox would be good for lots of action movies and not Paris Hilton.
Like Rocky Horror on Steroids.... (by Jamesbond1974)
I came into the theatre of the Premier of this film not expecting much, and came out with a smile on my face, and some new one liners in my mind. The Director and Stars of the film were at the premier at the Toronto International Film Festival, the film was shot about 75% on Green Screen, which made it cheesy and fun. I love the fact that this film was made to be a B-Movie, nothing more, nothing less. The soundtrack was great, and the actors were great as well. This film is so much fun, and is going to attracked a cult following. I am so glad that there wasn't any comments before going <more>
into the film, and that is why I am just typing and not commenting on what took place, because to go into a film not expecting something and come out with this pleasure of seeing a film that was so well done, is the best feeling in the world. I hope this one comes out, and people start watching it.....
Bitch Slap sees a gang of scantily clad ladies journey into the desert in an attempt to steal 200 million dollars worth of diamonds. If you're a fan of trashy exploitation flicks and love guns, cleavage, and women getting out of cars in slow-motion, then Bitch Slap was made with you in mind. It's fun, it's hyperactive, and it's a film that does not disappoint. Never promising to be more than it is, it succeeds in being more fun and funnier than one would expect. It's the kind of film where they take a break from the plot in order for the women to just pour water over each <more>
other. Many memorable scenes take place as a ridiculous but engaging plot unravels. I hope we can see more films like Bitch Slap over the next decade.
Given the low average rating, you might think this is a bad movie. Well, it is. Thank God it is Bad. This is actually one of the best Bad Movies I have seen in years. Hell, this is one fine example of exploitation B-movie as it should be, and it is the movie that Deathproof should have been the first half of Deathproof, at least .Tarantino's Grindhouse contribution desperately wanted to be a Bad Movie too, but a Tarantino is too much in love with his own screenplays to notice where his endless conversations start to get pretentiously annoying, and b he just can't be intentionally <more>
bad, being too much of a quality director I'll give him that . Rick Jacobsen fortunately understood that exploitation movies should LACK quality and abound in cheap tricks to score effect. Lots of directors have tried to give their version of the so-bad-it's-good movie, but it all depends on careful dosage to make it quality bad and fun without feeling artificial Mars Attacks is a rare example . Bitch Slap, however, strikes exactly the right tone.Just grab your checklists: Beautiful babes with big breasts and lots of cleavage shot in slow-mo? Check. Pretentiously artistic cinematography i.e. royal use of split-screen and funky scene transitions ? Double check. Cheesy dialog and superfluous profanity? Present! Bad acting? Yup at least, I hope it was Julia Voth's best attempt at INTENTIONAL bad acting. But hey, she did a voice on the Resident Evil Remake video game, so she knows her material ! Hilarious continuity errors? Oh yes. Gratuitous violence and excessive gore? Thank God yes! Bad special FX? Oh my, it's like an Uwe Boll-directed Sin City in some scenes. There is lots of questionable stuff in this movie to go a long way, but Jacobsen adds some extra layers of bad taste, assuring this movie never runs out of fuel for the entire 109 minute run. There's a series of very obvious homages to Tarantino's magnum opus of cult B-movies Asian school girl with lethal chain contraption, Samurai sword; need I say more? . Another is a flashback structure that keeps adding hilariously contrived and increasingly illogical plot twists to the story, making excellent use of the audience's general inability to take a movie seriously after a surplus of twists. This movie isn't just Bad, it is Bad on whole new levels of ingenuity!The low rating for this movie versus the relatively high number of positive reviews here on IMDb suggest that this movie has serious cult potential. I wouldn't be surprised if it finds its audience in the end, just like Office Space and Showgirls once did.Yes, this is a bad movie. 109 minutes of sheer enjoyment! And I wouldn't even call it guilty pleasure; that's when someone makes something bad in the supposition that he was actually making something qualitatively good, and we enjoy it for this obvious lack of self-consciousness. The makers of Bitch Slap clearly used every bit of talent and every trick in the book to make something qualitatively bad, but Bad in its most artistic way possible. Like a carpenter deliberately looking for flotsam and scrap wood in order to make a very kitschy cabinet, that you would actually pay for since it is so deliberately ugly. A rare treat.