Girlz Gone Wild – Sturgis Style

Directed by Bill Horn

2003 Bad Karma Films

69 minutes

by Tammy Wanchena

This will be the last you will read of Tammy Wanchena.  I have sacrificed my time and energy for some of the worst movies ever made.  I have sweated over my typewriter praying for a shred of dignity for motorcyclists’ portrayal in films to no avail.  I give up.  I have hit the all time low by sitting through Girlz Gone Wild – Sturgis Style.

Boobs.  Boobs.  More boobs.  I didn’t think the women at Sturgis were so damn giggly!  Yet another reason you will never find me at Sturgis.  The producers of this film actually had the poor taste to ask a geriatric woman in nothing but chaps to kiss a young girl without wearing her dentures.  One woman in a sidecar spread her super hairy legs over the hood of the car and threw her panties to the cameraman.  Would men actually find this sexy?  Every inch of the film was a sea of chrome, leather, and “titties”.  Women are beautiful creatures, but how beautiful is lack of dignity?

Celebrities had the poor taste to appear, proving their lack of dignity as well.  Billy Ray Cyrus and Larry Hagman showed up on their choppas in leather vests with nearly nude women on the backs in a desperate ploy for an additional fifteen minutes of fame.  Jimmy “Kid Dynomite” Walker showed up clad only in leopard print Zubazz, attempting to interject levity into the depravity of a gaggle of slutty coeds fighting for the spotlight.  He was obviously trolling for “a good time”.  I believe there were a few sports celebrities as well if the screams from the crowd were any inclination.  However, I’ll be damned if I would recognize a sports celebrity.

As cynical as I tend to be when it comes to these films, I do try to find some shred of good in all that is bad.  I had nothing to work with.  Oscar Wilde best described the message of this film when he said “America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between.”  Need I say more?

MMM

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