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D.E.B.S.
     

D.E.B.S.

4.5 8
Director: Angela Robinson, Sara Foster, Jordana Brewster, Meagan Good

Cast: Angela Robinson, Sara Foster, Jordana Brewster, Meagan Good

 
Filmmaker Angela Robinson writes and directs the action comedy D.E.B.S., a feature-length adaptation of her award-winning short film produced by a grant from POWER UP (Professional Organization of Women in Entertainment Reaching Up). This 90-minute spy parody involves a secret crime-fighting unit made up of sexy schoolgirls Amy (Sara Foster), Dominique (Devon

Overview

Filmmaker Angela Robinson writes and directs the action comedy D.E.B.S., a feature-length adaptation of her award-winning short film produced by a grant from POWER UP (Professional Organization of Women in Entertainment Reaching Up). This 90-minute spy parody involves a secret crime-fighting unit made up of sexy schoolgirls Amy (Sara Foster), Dominique (Devon Aoki), Janet (Jill Ritchie), and Max (Meagan Good). A government agency recruited them for the team based on their standardized test scores, which assumed a propensity for lying and thieving. Their assignment is to take down major villain Lucy Diamond (Jordana Brewster). As it turns out, all she really wants to have an illicit affair with D.E.B.S. leader Amy. Michael Clarke Duncan plays the president of D.E.B.S. Academy. D.E.B.S. was shown at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/07/2005
UPC:
0043396111301
Original Release:
2004
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:31:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Deleted and extended scenes; "Infiltrating D.E.B.S." making-of featurette; Director's commentary; Cast commentary; D.E.B.S. comic animatic; Production stills; Music video "Into the Morning" by the Weekend

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sara Foster Amy
Jordana Brewster Lucy Diamond
Meagan Good Max
Devon Aoki Dominique
Jill Ritchie Janet
Holland Taylor Mrs. Peatree
Michael Clarke Duncan Mr. Phipps
Geoff Stults Bobby
Jimmi Simpson Scud
Jessica Cauffiel Ninotchka
J.B. Ghuman Dustin

Technical Credits
Angela Robinson Director,Editor,Screenwriter
Stacy Codikow Co-producer
Laura Evans Set Decoration/Design
Frank Helmer Costumes/Costume Designer
Shawn Holden Sound/Sound Designer
Larry Kennar Executive Producer
Jasmine Kosovic Producer
Chris A. Miller Production Designer
Rick Montgomery Casting
M. David Mullen Cinematographer
Sholto Roeg Asst. Director
Douglas Salkin Associate Producer
Pat Scanlon Co-producer
Andrea Sperling Producer
Steven M. Stern Score Composer
Mark Thompson Associate Producer
Steve Tusher Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [2:27]
2. D.E.B.S. Academy [2:49]
3. Lucy Diamond [4:18]
4. Crowded Stakeout [3:03]
5. "I Vant to Be Dancer" [3:00]
6. Firefight [3:02]
7. Heart to Heart [3:32]
8. Tracing Amy [4:18]
9. Secret Lair [2:33]
10. Not What She Expected [3:47]
12. "Nothing Happened" [3:20]
13. Sick Game [1:11]
14. The Lamb [5:45]
15. Ze Plan [4:01]
16. Kidnapped? [3:53]
17. Love Scenes [2:12]
18. Judgments [3:01]
19. Untimely Rescue [3:09]
20. "Not What You Think" [2:34]
21. Cover Story [3:47]
22. The Right Thing [1:57]
23. Bad News [2:33]
24. Plan A [2:18]
25. Perfect Lair [1:40]
26. Endgame [4:23]
27. Date With the Devil [3:14]
28. "If You Break Her Heart..." [2:40]
28. Stripes [7:04]

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D.E.B.S. 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film has rare entertaing moments - mostly brewster's intensity in close ups - but in general it is just an opportunity to put young actress in ever shorter catholic school uniforms. It plays like a Britney Spears video meets a bad pisode of Popular. Brewster and her side kick (name escapes me) have their talent totally wasted, the Asian girl masquerading as French cannot mask the fact she is playing a watered down version of a previous part with the new accent, the black girl is a walking stereotype, and the ditzy girl is either a brilliant actor or talentless. I think they definitely had preteen male audiences in mind with this one but it fun, if you wanna sit around and laugh at how bad it is. otherwise rent show me love, the truth about jane, or some other teen lesbian flick that wants to entertain not exploit you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie is funny and stars some of todays rising female actors. It is a story of forbidden love between a female spy and the female criminal mastermind. Jordana Brewster shines as Lucy Diamond the criminal looking for love, Mehgan Goode is super funny as Max the lead D.E.B., Sarah Foster was sweet as Lucy's love interest and the perfect D.E.B. , Jill Ritchie is hilarious as the underachieving D.E.B.and Devon Aoki expressions as the french chain smoking D.E.B. cracked me up. It's not a serious movie and it is not in your face with any political statements. Just a super funny action driven ride.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just watched this movie about 2 months ago. Even though it's been so long I still love it! Forbidden love, absolutly funny spots in it, and above all the guy that trys to get Amy back is so funny on ways to get her back. There are also some great romantic spots in it that guys have tried to get girls back. It's such a cutie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this movie- it was kind of cheesy and predictable, but adorable at the same time. It was funny in that it was so far fetched, and yet you could still relate to it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just watched this movie and it was funny, cute, and a girl hooks up with a girl! Awesome! It's a normal good falls in love with bad but with a girl and a girl. Why can't there be more like this.
SpeedReader More than 1 year ago
D.E.B.S. is a lesbian love story wrapped in a film trying to be a campy, quirky comedy/action/coming of age story. I say "trying to be" because the film never seems to decide what it is. At times it takes itself seriously, which is ridiculous, and other times it hits the camp nail right on the head. Lucy Diamond (Jordana Brewster) is hot and is practically a Demi Moore look-a-like. But my favorites were the secondary characters - the French girl and Lucy's criminal right hand man. They were allowed to be 100% campy and never had to take themselves seriously. Don't get me wrong, I really liked D.E.B.S., even if I can't put my finger on why! I do recommend it, especially if you enjoyed films like But I'm a Cheerleader.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago