Vinyl Dolls

  • 2002
  • Movie
  • R
  • Drama, Erotic

Pneumatic chicks rock and roll onstage and off in this sexploitation picture filled with generic tunes and uninspired couplings. Alex (C. Asleigh) peevishly quits the Los Angeles-based Vinyl Dolls after a tiff about her songwriting talent, leaving the band in a bind. Kim (Jezebelle Bond), Sam (Beverly Lynne) and Franny (Ander Page) audition replacements,...read more

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Reviewed by Robert Pardi
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Pneumatic chicks rock and roll onstage and off in this sexploitation picture filled with generic tunes and uninspired couplings. Alex (C. Asleigh) peevishly quits the Los Angeles-based Vinyl Dolls after a tiff about her songwriting talent, leaving the band in a bind. Kim (Jezebelle Bond), Sam (Beverly Lynne) and Franny (Ander Page) audition replacements, but all they seem to be seeing is American Idol rejects. Then an out-of-town singer named Nola (Tiffany Shepis) blows in and impresses both the rockers and their manager, Lyle (Brad Bartram), as well as Lyle's best friend, deputy sheriff Will (Kelly Couch). Unfortunately, Nola is on the lam thanks to her boyfriend, Doyle R. Hutchins (Jim Starling), who suckered her into robbing a Texas superette. Officer Will does a little unofficially investigating and uncovers his dream girl's checkered past; ahe in turn reads him the riot act when she learns that he's been snooping. But things are going well on the professional front: Nola fits in well with the Dolls and a record producer shows some interest. When the label only wants to sign Nola, she loyally rejects the offer. Besides, she has bigger issues than delayed stardom — after breaking up with Doyle, Nola found his stash of dope in her car and discarded it. When Doyle finally tracks her down, he wants revenge. Unless Nola's stud-muffin sheriff can save her from Doyle, the Vinyl Dolls will be holding more auditions. The polished work of Shepis, Bartram and Couch is the best thing about this tedious, sex-driven drama, composed of equal parts biz clichés and T&A — which, come to think of it, might be the oldest show-biz cliché of them all.

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  • Released: 2002
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Pneumatic chicks rock and roll onstage and off in this sexploitation picture filled with generic tunes and uninspired couplings. Alex (C. Asleigh) peevishly quits the Los Angeles-based Vinyl Dolls after a tiff about her songwriting talent, leaving the band… (more)

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