Why is Kate Bosworth in this film? Does the writer have embarrassing pictures of her that he threatened to make public? I know she isn't the biggest of Hollywood starlets, but she's about a million times better than the dross you have here.
Three women who absolutely despise each other go on another camping trip to a secluded island. In a rare moment when they are screaming abuse at each other, they meet three soldiers who are there for the hunting. One woman gets drunk and seduces a soldier, only to change her mind half way through the `act.' He gets cross, so she kills him, meaning the remaining two soldiers decide to hunt down and murder the remaining three girls.
So, can three women survive and overpower two well-trained soldiers with guns? I'll give you a clue: this is a movie. Take a guess.
Whereas the soldiers have their military training to fall back on, the women just sit in bushes before trying to sneak about the place while shouting loudly. Then, when they get in the water, they decide just to splash a lot rather than swim.
I can't think of many films like this. There are only six cast-members and you might think that what the producers save on cast wages they could put towards a decent story or effects. However, this has neither. It comes across as something a poor film student would make. The `fight scenes' look like that sketch in Monty Python where six old ladies mud wrestle. Seriously, it's that bad.
If you want hunting in the jungle, there's a little-known film called `Predator' starring one Arnold Schwarzenegger. Check it out if you haven't seen it. If you have, just watch it again - it's in a different universe of film-making to this.
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