Bikini Bandits  [DVD]
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Initially several short films streamed on an internet site, they began to reach cult-status and so a movie was born. After a series of robberies, The Bikini Bandits (a group of scantily clad, gun-toting young women) are on the road to hell. They come face-to-face with the devil himself who gives them a choice: either go back to Jerusalem to tempt the Virgin Mary or spend the remainder of eternity watching and listening to 80's disco music. Not much of an option since the only person who can save them is the Pope (Dee Dee Ramone).
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You ain't seen nothing yet.
First off, to call Bikini Bandits a 'film' is a stretch at best. At barely 50 minutes, you could hardly call it feature length. And it doesn't exactly tell much of a story; what little plot that exists is interrupted at alarming regularity by utterly irrelevant animations, music promo-style visuals and spoof commercials. Added to which, it is clear from the first minute that the whole excercise is little more than an extended advertisment for a certain company of some description (watch it and it's abundantly clear who, even if you've never heard of it before). In short - this is MTV filmmaking writ large, deliberately low brow, neural overstimulation for short attention spans, spawned by an overactive media student brain, unclear whether its intent is merely to titilate or satirise, or both...
Of course, the above need not be taken as critcism. Depending on your point of view, this could be either the funniest, most entertaining film ever, or the the stupidest load of garbage ever made. And there's a lot of truth in both points of view. On first viewing, I was by equal measure irritated, amused, frustrated and delighted. But I can honestly say I was never bored. And before anyone starts thinking that a 50 minute film doesn't justify the price of a DVD, there's a ton of extras on there, including music videos, trailers, loads of behind the scenes stuff and, of most interest, the original internet-broadcast short films that started it all(although it won't take an eagle eye to notice how much of material from these shorts is directly lifted by the film...)
All of which may be of no interest whatsoever, if you don't care for girls in bikinis with guns, and ugly men performing grotesque and potentially offensive carictures in what resembles a live action version of South Park crossed with 70's bad girl exploitation. Well... I know which side of the fence I'm sitting on.
Well, for starters, the girls occupy about 10% of the on-screen time. The other 90% is devoted to hideous spotty male geeks indulging themselves in rambling dialogue and wry asides about being a spotty geek. The girls are reduced to fleeting,tawdry window dressing, rarely appearing on screen for more than a mili-second before being interrupted by yet another prolonged spotty geek spot.
Total waste of money that completely misrepresents itself. Save your cash and invest in a Benny Hill DVD instead - you'll have a hundred times more fun.