19 July 2019 | coltsw-10803
Really bad: one cliche after another leading nowhere.
I'll watch anything with motorcycles in it. Even this trite attempt at "female empowerment"... yeah, right. Two great looking blonde bimbos who get by on their looks alone are supposed to be passed off as independent and strong? Anyway, these two pathetic losers end up in rehab but magically end up riding away on Harleys for some unbelievably stupid reason: to find the Panhead chopper ridden by Peter Fonda in the classic "Easy Rider". (Why? There's an exact replica at every motorcycle show.)
Along the way they run into pointless losers doing boring stuff for no good reason (such as the ludicrous scene where the untalented clown Chuck Zito unsuccessfully tries to pick them up), and they deal with their unoriginal demons. We have to suffer through the lead character dealing with her abusive childhood in really stupid, hamfisted flashbacks, and there's an abusive "cop" (a cartoonish redneck in a pickup truck who merely flashes a badge very quickly), and the tenacious drug-addled boyfriend who should be put down as a rabid dog due to his complete waste of oxygen.
I really hope women who watch this junk aren't duped into believing this shows how strong and independent they can be. If this is what passes for strength and independence, then I'm glad I'm not so gullible.
Poorly written and filled with ridiculous dialogue, bad acting and every cliche available, this is a horrible waste of time. But the actress who played Will is really great looking and has a killer body, especially when naked, so there's that.