D.E.B.S.
   

Mainstream Movie

(USA, 2004)

Average rating
Build-up:4.0 
Kissing:4.0 
Love scenes:None 
Movie overall:4.0 

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Leonharte
Build-up  4 Kissing  4 Love scenes  Movie overall  4

DEBS is the story of Charlie's Angels with a twist. The Perfect Score aka Amy falls in love with the enemy, who also happens to a girl: Lucy Diamond. DEBS are top class crime fighters. They are recruited by a secret test in the SATS that measure a girl's ability to lie.

Actresses:
Sara Foster & Jordana Brewster


Amy first sees Lucy at a stake-out, where Lucy is on a blind date with a Russian assassin. They are discovered when Amy's bracelet falls into Lucy's soup as her ex Bobby was trying to take it off her wrist. The DEBS then chase Lucy, and Amy literally runs into her. Amy reads her her rights, forgetting the last bit, and they talk about Amy writing a thesis on Lucy, and how Lucy being a lesbian (though the term is never used between them) totally throws it out the window. Lucy asks if she'll ever see Amy again, then leaves, throwing diamonds all over the place.

Actresses:
Sara Foster & Jordana Brewster


Lucy creeps into Amy's room, and forces her to come out with her. The hapless Janet is also forced to tag alone, and becomes friends with Lucy's sidekick Scud. Amy doesn't want to go anywhere with Lucy, but she starts to open up to Lucy at an underground punk club. Lucy is about to kiss Amy when Janet interrupts: "Oh my god! She was about to kiss you! You were about to let her!" to which Scud replies: "You owe me fifty bucks." Lucy drives Amy home, and Amy says they can't see each other again.

Actresses:
Sara Foster & Jordana Brewster


Lucy plans a bank heist so that she can see Amy again. She captures Amy, leaving the other DEBS in a booby trap. Lucy releases them to Amy's begging. Amy then says: "I like you. But I don't like, like, you," to which Lucy replies: "Yeah, that's why I brought you here, so we can clear this up", and walks away. Amy pulls her back and they kiss. Lucy then pretends to kidnap Amy so they can spend some time together.

Actresses:
Sara Foster & Jordana Brewster


Over 7 days, Lucy and Amy get to know each other. Unfortunately for them, the Russian assassin spots them together, and informs the DEBS. They interrupt the girls in bed, presumably before they have sex. The extended scene on the DVD has bits and pieces of Amy and Lucy undressing, while the movie has these parts cut.

Actresses:
Sara Foster & Jordana Brewster


Lucy infiltrates the end game to get Amy back. Amy is making a speech about how Lucy kidnapped her (Max, another DEB, wrote the speech). Amy looks up, and sees Lucy standing there with a look of disappointment on her face. She then admits to loving Lucy, and runs offstage. Lucy and Amy run into each other again a la the same way they did at the start of the movie, and share a passionate kiss before the other DEBS and Scud arrive. Max is reluctant to let Amy leave, but takes on what Janet and Dominique had said to her about trying to decide matters of the heart, and if she was really her best friend she'd let her go with her. Amy and Lucy leave together, and Max points everyone chasing Lucy in the wrong direction. Amy and Lucy drive off into the night.

This is an amazing movie. This is no lipstick lesbian story, this is a real story of two girls falling in love. The comedy is always perfect, and it's hard to choose a favourite scene or line from the many given. I want a sequel.