D.E.B.S. Reviews

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January 11, 2021
As much as D.E.B.S. was a passion project for [filmmaker Angela] Robinson... it is foremost a fun, silly action comedy about sends up Charlie's Angels.
October 8, 2020
The action sequences tend to lack urgency and suspense, and they're actually rather boring. The love story is the interesting part, and it's both a product of its time and ahead of it
June 12, 2019
As with the majority of the most eminently watchable films of that period, sometimes it is best not to ask 'how good,' but rather 'how gay.'
March 1, 2007
Pretty disarming overall, and has a nicely satiric edge to it.
December 2, 2005
It still has some of the fun jokes and the carefree, slam-bang premise, but lacks the punch of its predecessor.
July 29, 2005
It's corny, clichd, and often an absolute hoot.
May 20, 2005
It's so spoofy it's difficult to call 'good' or even 'bad'; just say it's smooth.
March 29, 2005
[A] cheering reminder of what can be done by clever people with a small budget and a lot of enthusiasm.
March 25, 2005
The most endearing aspect of D.E.B.S., a sweet-spirited spoof, is that the lesbian romance is played for real, with no nudge-nudge wink-wink irony.
March 25, 2005
Something supremely silly yet slyly subversive: a gay girl-power romance in skimpy exploitation clothing.
March 25, 2005
Breezy and silly and laugh-out-loud funny, full of throw-away lines and absurd humour.
March 25, 2005
Cute, campy and as proudly insubstantial as its heroines' micro-miniskirts.
March 25, 2005
It's smarter than it has to be yet makes virtually no effort to take itself seriously.
March 25, 2005
The movie feels like a live-action Saturday morning cartoon from the 1970s.
March 25, 2005
...semi-entertaining...
March 24, 2005
Unexpectedly fresh, thanks mostly to the sweetly exuberant love story at its center.
March 24, 2005
Even if it doesn't add up to a whole lot, the movie is content to tickle you gently more than jab you in the ribs. These days, that's saying a lot. Alas.
March 24, 2005
Robinson never lets her feature film debut -- expanded from a festival short after drawing raves at Sundance 2003 -- stray too far from its satiric base.
March 16, 2005
A disarmingly silly confection.
March 2, 2005
Flat out funny, but a lack of tension undercuts the plot.
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