A trio of sexy young stewardesses have all sorts of misadventures as they travel all over the world: klutzy eager beaver rookie Toby (an endearingly daffy performance by busty blonde babe Pat Anderson) romances handsome doctor David (likable Richard Young) while being forced to contend with her meddlesome overbearing shrew of a mother (a hilariously histrionic Naomi Stevens), perky expert martial artist Andrea (the lovely Lenore Kasdorf) searches for her missing boyfriend, and poor Sherry (the cute Lyllah Torena) gets abducted by a nasty narcotics and prostitution ring run by the nefarious Donald (a perfectly slimy Ken Metcalfe). Prolific Filipino exploitation feature director Cirio Santiago, working from a blithely trashy script by Miller Drake, crams the wildly colorful and eventful 71 minute running time with abundant delicious female nudity (the first topless scenes occurs barely a minute into the movie!), seedy subplots, a funky-groovin' prog-rock score, amusingly dumb lowbrow humor, several uproariously inept chopsocky fight scenes (the blind assassin with the cane that fires deadly poison darts is a total riot!), and a rousing all-out action-loaded conclusion. Moreover, Santiago maintains a nonstop zippy pace and a light, bouncy tone from start to finish. The three female leads are all quite attractive and appealing, with Anderson the stand-out of the bunch. Popping up in nifty minor roles are Vic Diaz as crooked cop Enriquez and Dick Miller as a friendly cab driver. Of course, this flick is completely silly and ridiculous, but that's exactly why it ultimately sizes up as an absolute sleazy hoot.
Action / Drama
Action / Drama
Stewardesses battle kung fu killers.
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April 26, 2021 at 08:02 PM