Girls, Guns and G-Strings: The Andy Sidaris Collection [3 Discs] [DVD]
- SKU: 2128382
- Release Date: 03/22/2011
Ratings & Reviews
- Original movie trailers and introductions from Andy Sidaris
Return to Savage Beach
Like its predecessor, Savage Beach, this feature is stuffed with the trademark busty beauties, explosive low-budget special effects, flesh-thumping martial arts and unintentionally goofy dialogue that Andy Sidaris movie aficionados have come to expect and love. The story centers on a band of beautiful undercover agents fighting to locate a stolen computer disk. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
The gold in question was buried by the Confederate army back during the Civil War. A century or so later, federal agents stumble upon the treasure. They are pursued by a mob kingpin and a gorgeous hit woman whose principal concern in life is herself. With no "names" in the cast -- and very few actors who can really act -- it's hard to pull for anyone in Enemy Gold. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Fit to Kill
In this sexploitation action film, a group of good-looking special agents, including Playboy centerfolds Dona Speir and Roberta Vasquez are engaged in a struggle to outwit their sinister enemy Martin Kane (R.J. Moore), before he outwits them. Part of an ongoing series of films, this movie was filmed in Hawaii. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi
This routine erotic spy tale stars Darby Hinton as Cody Abilene, a private eye who teams up with the Contessa Luciana (Sybil Danning) and policewoman Beverly McAfee (Lori Sutton) to infiltrate a mansion and discover who is sending computer secrets to the Russians. The Contessa's friend Lady Lillian Chamberlain (Niki Dantine) runs the mansion, where sex is the presiding activity. The chauffeur is busy bedding down both a nephew and niece of Lady Lillian, as well as the nephew's wife; fortunately, driving is not a taxing activity. While four Playboy playmates cavort in various degrees of undress (no full frontal nudity), the mystery of who is selling computer secrets manages to also get uncovered. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi
Do or Die
Two undercover federal agents (Dona Speir and Roberta Vasquez, both former Playboy playmates) are captured by their nemesis Kaneshiro, a big-time crime lord (Pat Morita). Instead of killing them, Kaneshiro plays a cat-and-mouse game involving six separate assassin teams. ~ John Bush, Rovi
Day of the Warrior
A specially trained team of lean, mean and exceptionally large-breasted female commandos go undercover in Hollywood to bust up the operations of a bikini-clad crime goddess who has been overseeing a diamond smuggling ring, a cadre of computer hackers, and a ring of pornographers. In typical fashion for '90s king of the "B"'s Andy Sidaris, this actioner features plenty of exposed mammary glands, erotic dancing, fighting, explosions and gunfire. The villains include a Chinese kung fu expert/Elvis impersonator and real-life professional wrestler Marcus Bagwell as the pornographer. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Girls, guns, and gold are the key ingredients of this action adventure drama. Donna (Dona Speir) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton) are a pair of beautiful D.E.A. agents working out of Hawaii. After their successful efforts in cracking a major drug ring, Donna and Taryn are recruited to deliver some badly-needed vaccine to the Philippines. However, their mission of mercy takes a sharp left turn when the agents fall into the middle of a plot by Capt. Andreas (John Aprea) to recover a fortune in gold which was stolen by the Japanese during WWII and hidden on an island off the coast of the Philippines. Leading ladies Dona Speir and Hope Marie Carlton were both centerfold models for Playboy magazine, and director Andy Sidaris gives them plenty of opportunity to display the charms that made them famous; this was their third picture together as Donna and Taryn, and while Carlton would drop out of the series after this movie, Speir would star as Donna in another four films for Sidaris. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Erik Estrada stars as an arms dealer, smuggling weapons from China to South America, who's being pursued by a pair of sexy female secret agents. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
R.J. Moore (the son of Roger) stars as gun-runner Kane, who becomes the target of three female super agents in this acton film from Andy Sidaris. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
Hard Ticket to Hawaii
Two gorgeous women -- Donna (Dona Speir) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton) -- operate a airplane cargo delivery service in Hawaii. Their latest shipment includes a very large, very nasty snake destined for the local zoo. But the delivery is interrupted when they stumble on a cache of diamonds that were to go to a ruthless drug dealer, Seth (Rodrigo Obregon). Seth sends a transvestite to kidnap the owner of a restaurant, Edy (Cynthia Brimhall), so his men can torture her with a female bodybuilder into revealing where Donna and Taryn are. Luckily for all the good guys, Special Agent Rowdy Abilene (Ronn Moss) has a bazooka, and he knows how to use it. And unluckily for Seth, that nasty snake has broken out of its box. ~ Buzz McClain, Rovi
Donna (Dona Sper) and her partner Tanya (Hope Marie Carlton) are two beautiful female secret agents sent to stop the international villain Picasso Trigger (John Aprea) in this action spy thriller. Travis Abilene (Steve Bond) is the agent assigned to gather a group of sometimes questionable abilities to combat the international foes. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi
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Below Average B-MoviesOctober 17, 2011
I bought the 12 DVD set and watched all the movies back to back over one weekend to get a sense of each movie and how they fit together. The movies are in essence a serialized soap opera. The plot involves undercover agents working for an unnamed federal government agency. In the first eight movies the main characters are the same and played by the same actresses and actors. It was a little distracting at first and then humorous to realize some of the actresses or actors playing the antagonist in one film, return in the next film to be on the good side as a different character, much the way an ensemble play may change the roles played by the actresses or actors as they travel the country. Erik Estrada (of the 1970's show CHiPs) plays a bad guy character in one episode and a good guy character in the very next episode. By far the best written, acted and directed of the 12 movies is the one with Pat Morita. His presence seemed to bring the acting level up a bit. The writing is generally sub-par, even for a B Movie series. It gets better toward the middle and by the last episode has degenerated to be the worst written of them all. As you watch all the movies you will notice some scenes get re-used over and over again. The two women getting into the Cessna at the Molokai airport, the American Airlines jet landing in Texas, just to name a few. I fault the director for not recognizing the B movie genre. He thought because of the Penthouse Pets as actresses he was making a T&A film, of which there is plenty, but it is tired. In the last film of the series two actresses take to the ocean to snorkel, when suddenly they decide to remove their tops. The one in the bikini, okay as a T&A film I can buy that but the woman in the one piece swimming around with the top half of her swimsuit flailing about her waist made no sense. If you want them topless, then put them both in bikinis as they enter the water. This bordered on stupidity. For the price ($7.99) the 12 movie set is worth it for the campiness, bad acting, T&A and poorly written dialogue. Erik Estrada and Pat Morita both brought a familiarity and respectability along with their ability to act to those movies in which they appeared. Overall, these movies are below average B movies.
I would recommend this to a friend
Campy B movieNovember 26, 2016
Watch d these shows growing up and it's even more campy and funny now. The special effects are so bad that it's funny. Mindless fun with beautiful babes.
I would recommend this to a friend
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