There will be spoilers here, so beware.
Jamie Luner and Jack Scalia recreate the still simmering war between the sexes in the B movie: B for B movie, and B for Bombshell (as in Jamie Luner) This movie had many plots holes, large enough that even a hurricane itself could plow through. But it was done with humor, often subtle. The on-screen tension between the almost friends Linda and Rusty over Linda's just being made his boss worked well. Their bickering was clever. Luner's character, a sultry, cocky battle-axe, wasn't fun to hate, she was just a pain in the reactor. It was good to see her taken down a few pegs by the AI evil computer system that tried to take over the nuke plant. The fact that the computer was named "Staci" justified the price we paid for this flick. 'Staci?' Boy, I'm not too afraid of a computer named Staci. This computer was the most incompetent megalomaniacal human hating bag of silicon chips I've ever seen. As Staci traps the pair in the control room, Rusty and Linda discuss how to escape the room and save the plant (and The Planet) They decide that going through the ventilation system is their only chance (Boy, never heard of that one before!) 'Hey Staci, how about a diagram of the ventilation system? 'OK, here it is!" There were numerous occasions when the dim Staci provides critical information that helps Rusty and Linda. It seems that Staci was more concerned about playing mind games with Rusty and especially Linda, than with taking over the plant. Besides, if Staci allowed meltdown, would that not "kill" her as well? If anything, Staci was more of a disgruntled employee than a computer bent on world domination. Staci had it in for Linda, in what seemed like a mix of bullying and jealousy. Who knows, but these things happen. The point is, we never knew what the computer's true problem was. To us, the main battle was not 'Man against machine' but rather the cat-fight between Staci and Linda. And yes, it's PERSONAL. Who will win? The self-assured, sultry, but bossy and overconfident Linda, or the sarcastic, bitchy, condescending and super fake Staci? Yes, there is a final showdown too, as the girl fight reaches a climax. There were pretty useless side plots in this movie also, which aren't worth mentioning although they were Super-Campy. Two characters race through the hurricane to save someone or other, yelling at each other, and hearing each other perfectly no matter how far apart they were. "Man we got to get out of this storm!" "Hey, there is a tractor! My father had a construction company. I worked there for a summer. I can drive this tractor!" That's a lot of detail as you are being blown about by the biggest storm in memory." It also sounded like two people yelling at each other in a small room with a large fan blowing. Not good. But the main show is Luner versus Computer, and it works.