Lots of plot holes, but definitely fun to watch...
William F. Soule | Clearfield, UT USA | 02/25/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you know what I mean. This movie features decent acting (not horrible, mind you. I've seen horrible), fat Italians, angry Hispanics, and very nice looking ladies that work at a strip club, but don't strip, do lapdances, etc. Kenya Moore (Passion) had the best performance out of everybody and did very believable and dramatic cry scenes. She really knows how to cry!The rest of the movie is filled with a ton of plot holes, though, like how Passion, out of nowhere, just pulls out fake I.D.'s for her friends (Sunshine and Midnight) who refuse to help her find the killer of her brother, but then all of sudden just decide to do it and they all suddenly know how to jack cars. Also, when Passion's brother tried to talk his friend out of jacking cars (who was very into doing that), he easily agreed and went to tell their employers, the Italians (who seem to do nothing but sit and eat), that they quit. There is also a lot more, but it would just take up this whole page. Conclusively, all of the characters in this movie are unbelievable, melodramatic, and they act out of character many times creating a lot of plot holes.But why 4 stars? The presentation of this movie was so that it didn't feel like a big problem! It didn't feel distracting at all and was easy to just go along with. Also, all the girls looked nice (except for Blueberry or whatever. She was too skinny). The movie was still enjoyable and it was fun to watch how all the characters interact with one another and how they react to different situations.But beware, though, if you are looking for a movie with a great story and well developed and BELIEVABLE characters. There isn't any. You are really going to have to be an open-minded and easy-going person to enjoy this movie."