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D.E.B.S.

Rating:PG-13 (for sexual content and language)
Genre:Drama, Action/Adventure
Release Date:March 25, 2005
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Jill Ritchie, Sara Foster, Jordana Brewster, Devon Aoki, Meagan Good
Director:Angela Robinson
Producer:Andrea Sperling, Jasmine Kosovic
Writer:Angela Robinson
Distributor:Samuel Goldwyn Films

Description: Recruited by the U.S. government for their unique abilities to lie, cheat and fight, as well as exceptional SAT scores--four plaid-skirted high school girls are drafted to be secret agents. They soon become highly trained, fabulously dressed, top-secret agents, known as D.E.B.S. While on a stakeout of international master criminal Lucy Diamond, a massive shootout occurs and D.E.B.S.' star agent Amy is captured by Lucy's notoriously dangerous gang. Only after escaping does Amy realize why good girls love bad girls and stages her own kidnapping and begins flirting with the dark side.

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