The premise is more or less the same as the first film- two teenage girls one rich, one poor concoct a plan to get their hands on a lot of money making sure that there is lots of sex and violence along the way.
It's not a particularly classy film, but then I wasn't expecting it to inspire great thought. It did however have much better production values than I expected and even though the script was cliched, it was all very tongue in cheek Susan Ward who played Meg Cummings in the most gloriously trashy soap opera ever was really good.
The only real problem I had was that it followd the plot of the first film almost to the letter with very few deviations which made it predictable in places.
I give it 4* because it was better than I expected, but not as good as the first. If you want something to occupy your mind for a few hours buy it.