Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Donnabelle Mortel, June Marie Sparagna, Arden Cho
Director: Edgar Arellano
Genres: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
When One of the girls from the Hoodrats gang is beaten by her boyfriend, the other members decide to beat him return, unleashing one street battle after the next.
Hoodrats 2 is a good movie for the times.
Sandra Slaughter | 11/14/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hoodrats 2 : Hoodrats 2 is a good movie that is apropos for the tough times in which we live. The character 'Carla', a free spirited street poet played by Jamie Slaughter, brings positive relief as she offers sound advice to the Hoodrats on how to solidify the neighborhood against an abusive gang leader.
I researched this movie and, with the budget and timeframe allotted to shoot Hoodrats 2, the photography was exceptional and the actors believable.
Long live the queen!
grew up in the 1960s | usa | 04/06/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"in a throwback to some of the dumb, silly exploitation movies of the early 1970's (or maybe xena the warrior princess) three girls seeking revenge beat the tar out of the leader of toughest gang in the hood (the 5th street gang). he's the guy who beat their pal (his girlfriend) into a coma. using baseball bats as their weapons of choice the girls then have to fight their way through every girl gang in the hood while trying to escape the gang leader's vengeance. the battles with the girl gangs are amazing, to say the least. the first gang it's a duel with baseball bats. next gang it's bats vs. chains. gang after that it's baseball bats vs. garbage can lids. surprisingly the lids win and the girls are captured and brought to the 5th street gang leader. after some abuse it's finally time for the movie's climactic one on one fights between each of the heroines and the brutal, abusive male gang leaders. have no fear, the girls mercilessly pummel and defeat the male gang leaders and a new order is established in the hood. the movie ends with the now united girl gangs marching down the street proclaiming long live the queen! long live the queen! for the new boss of the hood. i found the movie amusing and entertaining (except for a boring bit with a fey british pimp that goes on too long). it's a solid redbox rental if you like this kind of nonsense."
DJ Kazzeo | Santa Cruz | 02/13/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"So I became aware of this movie due to a friend being cast as an extra in one of the fight scenes. So I ordered a copy to show some support. Going in, I knew it wasn't a high budget film and, to be honest, the editing sort of demonstrates that fact. The most obvious proof of that is the final fight scene in the warehouse. The dialogue portion of the scene drags a little before the action starts. On the upside though, the girls give a 100% to the roles. June Marie Sparagna and Donnabelle Mortel add a spark to the, at points, thin script. There isn't gonna be an Academy Award nomination for the movie but it's an entertaining work. There are humorous scenes, action scenes, dramatic scenes, and even a love scene. A little bit for everyone. By no means is this a waste money."