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The Hollywood Reporter
Splashed and accessorized with brainy nonsense, "D.E.B.S." is a "H.O.O.T."
So what started as a female "Agent Cody Banks" happily and seamlessly becomes so much more, with style and substance existing in unusual harmony for a spy spoof.
Pete Vonder Haar
If you didn't like "Charlie’s Angels," there’s a good chance you'll enjoy the smarter, sexier D.E.B.S.
Aims for a mix of "Heathers" wit and "Batman" TV-show camp.
Christian Science Monitor
Alas, the movie isn't nearly as amusing as its premise, but it's refreshingly different from most run-of-the-mill teenage fare.
The A.V. Club
An incorrigible tease. It baits its audience with the promise of fluffy, light-footed cotton-candy fare, but delivers a clumsy, talky, indifferently filmed lesbian romance.
Doesn't live up to its genre-crossing, parodic ambitions.
You might think there's no downside to a movie that peeks up the skirts of babes in micro-minis, but writer-director Angela Robinson's dimwitted satire is libido-killing proof to the contrary.
A hideously unfunny spy spoof with pretensions to social satire in its treatment of a lesbian relationship.
The movie has no wit, no charm, no cleverness, no traction. Simply put, it is no fun.
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