PG-13 | | Comedy, Music
An all-female rock band and a group of "well-endowed" sorority sisters team up to save a sorority house slated for condemnation by the university.
The dive bar with the graffiti-covered bathroom that the girls play in is actually CBGB, a legendary bar in Manhattan.
So come on, where are all your players? We can't play with ourselves.
Midge: Want me to show you how?
Joan is shoved face-first through the ropes of the wrestling ring, and in the next shot she has her back to the ropes.
Diane Scanlon is credited for singing the finale song, "We're a Miracle," but she's not the actual performer.
After the initial release with an R rating, the film was re-cut and retitled Splitz with a PG-13 rating, for home and a few international markets.
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