A good scream.
Shot and directed with all the verve of a Criminal Minds-episode, and definitely falls down that Deadpool-trap, where it makes fun of the very thing it essentially is (in this case, overly safe legacy-quels).
Still, you have to admire its restraint in not playing Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves on the soundtrack every time Neve & Courtney show up. I wouldn't be able to.
Not the worst of this latest batch of fan-servicing stroke-offs, that medal goes to Afterlife, but if this is what we're shilling these days, it might be a great idea for me to pivot to theater or something.
If this film came out in 2002, it would be called M.I.L.F. Squad, with M.I.L.F. being an acronym for Marauding International Lethal Females. The soundtrack would feature Gwen Stefani, Missy Elliott and Crazy Town's seminal hit Butterfly.
Roger Ebert gives it a phoned-in 2 star-review where he decries 'the lack of a good story' but compares it favorably to Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever. A suggestive PG-13 shower scene set to Fun Lovin' Criminals' Love Unlimited fails to crack Mr. Skin's…