Richard Lerner for Flashout Films
directed by Richard Lerner
starring Lorynn York, Maya Stojan, Malea Rose, Jonathan Goldstein, Allison Dunbar, Vedette Lim, Blythe Auffarth, Gerald Downey, Anthony Napoli, John Patrick Jordan, Aria Sirvaitis, P.J. Marino, Matthew Florida, Mary Gillis, Cheryl Francis Harrington, Kevin Rock, Pressly Coker, Brittany Faith Rosoff, Bryan McGowan, Ashley Hoffman, Toni Christopher, Jayme Andrews, Brian Groh, Courtney Lin, Eric Alan Wendell, Dwayne Standridge, Anthony B. Phillips, Jono Cota, Hanna Lee Sakakibara, Haylee Roderick, Spencer Ramirez, Jared Andrew Hughes
written by Wayne Weber, John Powers, music by Spencer David Hutchings
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Some day in the far far, or actually not so far future, when earth is
polluted and hardly inhabitable but those into money can afford to move
into earthlike habitats circling our planet, virtual reality games (for
those who have) have reached a new level - instead of being programmed,
these games create parallel universes for players to game in.
Desa (Lorynn York), Iastar (Maya Stoyan) and Lleva (Malea Rose), strangers
to one another, meet each other on a blind gaming date, but they're quick
to notice something's wrong, as the game they've landed in doesn't feel
like an actual gaming world - it's actually present day earth - but they
lack the fourth player to abandon the game again. Of course, the
InterMate, the company behind the game, has noticed something wrong, and
they send a repair man (Jonathan Goldstein) after the girls, but he makes
a terrible mess out of things, so much so that the girls actually start to
think he's coming after them. And not understanding the world they're in,
the girls get into more and more trouble only to eventually find shelter
with Karen (Allison Dunbar), who just happens to run an escort service in
need of pretty ladies. Of course, the girls are not naive enough to just
let themselves be exploited, and soon have Karen and her girls helping
them - but whatever plan they have to get back to their own universe, they
seem prone on creating more chaos, and the only reason the repair man
doesn't catch up with them is because he's even more chaos-prone ...
if you've expected this film to be a serious take on the theory of
parallel universes, you'll be disappointed (even if more thought than you
might expect from above synopsis was put into that aspect of the movie) -
basically it's just a really fun romp about three pretty girls constantly
getting into trouble and coming out on top of things, in situations that
are more adventure-comedy than straight science fiction. And while it
might not be the re-invention of the wheel, this movie is a surprisingly
fun ride as it moves along very swiftly jumping from one situation to the
next while avoiding raunchiness both the girls' sexy outfits and the
escort agency backdrop might suggest, all characters are very likeable -
especially the repair man in his total failure to get things straight -
and it's rather apparent that everybody had a lot of fun shooting this,
which clearly translates to the screen.