Russ Meyer's supreme -- or maybe just extreme -- achievement in high spirits and low morals, having to do with an all-girl rock-and-roll group (The Carrie Nations) travelling to Hollywood and falling into wayward, wicked, and weird ways. The whirlwind tour of Tinsel Town and the finger-snapping, bus-rocking, cross-country trip sweep you off your feet early, and you never quite regain your balance. Even under the soberest scrutiny, Meyer's flashy editing of image and sound is not to be scoffed at; his cunning sense of humor is not to be underestimated; and his coaching of players -- his old favorites (Charles Napier, Erica Gavin) as well as his new discoveries (John LaZar, Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers) -- in such cheeky roles as a U.S. Senator's daughter, the Heavyweight Champ, a Nazi war criminal, and a self-anointed Superwoman, is in the realm of magic. (1970) — Duncan Shepherd
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