L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach (1998) - Action, Adventure

Hohum Score

79

Boring

A stolen computer floppy disc filled with information about the location of a mythical treasure in Savage Island will lure both villains and L.E.T.H.A.L. Agents into a dangerous treasure hunt.

IMDB: 3.7
Director: Andy Sidaris
Stars: Julie Strain, Rodrigo Obregón
Length: 98 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 7 out of 28 found boring (25%)

One-line Reviews (15)

You know something is wrong when a pro-wrestler (Marcus "Buff" Bagwell) actually does the most enjoyable acting in the movie!

Only one of these elements interested me (take a guess) and the others made his movies all but unwatchable.

Both are dull.

Actually these movies are kind of entertaining if you think of it as the progeny of Russ Meyer making films for the post-cable generation.

But, nothing happened, just more shoots , more sexy bodysuits, and a good excuse to wake up my partner and have a little fun.

The early pacing in the film is slow, and if you've been watching Andy's films in order, the action set-pieces look recycled.

" ironically explains that confusing the audience needs to be a part of the show.

There are also numerous flashbacks, loads of convoluted double-crosses and deceit, and lots of dreary exposition courtesy of Obregón.

A worthy closer to both Sidaris' cinematic career and this enjoyable series.

NO ACTING, No Plot, pathetic chase scenes, lame make-up, No suspense.

The last of Andy Sidaris's 'bullets and boobs' flicks is sadly the least accomplished, whereas the others had reasonably fun plots (threadbare as they were) to go along with the copious amounts of nudity on display, this one was just dreary & lifeless a mere shell of what these films were in their heyday (from 1985-1994) Very sad to say that the fun and magic of those films just isn't present in this one.

However, their male beefcake counterparts are dull enough to make the women look vaguely competent.

Gerald Okamura has fun with his brief screen time and Sidaris regular Rodrigo Obregon is very enjoyable, even channelling a bit of Gomez Addams when he dances with Carrie Westcott's character/breasts.

Julie Strain looks bored, and Christian Letelier wins the "so bad it's funny" award for his line-reading.

It's dull and they don't do much to each other.