Girl/Girl Scene - The Movie

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2.62 h 2 min2019X-Ray16+
Gay girls just want to have fun! Flashback to the 80's with sexy bad-girl Evan, blonde bombshell Bridget, and party-girl Ryan in this VHS-themed homage to your favorite 80's films, with a lesbian twist.
Directors
Tucky Williams
Starring
Tucky WilliamsRoni JonahKayla Perkins
Genres
ComedyDrama
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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Supporting actors
Amanda K. MoralesMaya JamnerL.E. BaroneVanessa Allen
Producers
Mark HolmbegJerry WilliamsTodd BurrowsTheresa McCartySteven G. RankinTucky Williams
Studio
Tucky Williams Motion Pictures
Content advisory
Alcohol usefoul languagesexual contentsmokingsubstance useviolence
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2.3 out of 5 stars

164 global ratings

  1. 24% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 7% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 5% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 6% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 58% of reviews have 1 stars
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Dan KraftReviewed in the United States on April 12, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Horrible B movie
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Horrible B movie. How in the world does this have four stars? I wasted 30 minutes of my life watching this trash before I finally gave up.
55 people found this helpful
Skull SquadronReviewed in the United States on April 25, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
This movie is the worst B-Film on the planet
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The acting is horrible. The scenes look like they were written by an adolescent with a Victoria Secret magazine and a bottle of lotion. The makeup and lighting is terribly done and whoever wrote this most likely failed film school which by many accounts is a hard thing to do so if the writer of this train wreck is reading this...congratulations you're in the 5%. To sum it up...this movie is revolting!
41 people found this helpful
Orion WebsterReviewed in the United States on May 11, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Couldn't Even Finish!!!
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There is nothing good about this movie. The dialogue and character interaction sucked so bad that I had to turn the movie off. Even the description, "Sexy bad-girl Evan, blonde bombshell Bridget, and party-girl Ryan navigate life, romance, and their passionate and intertwining love lives," was disappointingly misleading. Evan isn't a "bad-girl, Bridget isn't even close to being a "blonde bombshell," and Ryan (which is a boys name), doesn't even match the definition of a "party-girl." The rest of that description is garbage.

Moreover, it felt like the movie was recorded onto VHS from the late 90's. High definition is relatively new in the technology world, but this video felt "old," even though it was filmed in 2019

The scenery was horrifying. It looks like the filming location was at someone's house.

The camera angles freaking AWEFUL! The camera was blocked by hand movements, the "intimacy" scenes were a joke, and again, it felt like a home video from the 90's

Lastly, this was a "light" pornographic film that tried so very hard to address "SJW" and "LGBTQXYZ to the 23rd power" issues.
32 people found this helpful
RoseReviewed in the United States on March 31, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
L.E. Barone Rocks this Role
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This has some good writing in it, but, like the web series, a lot of it revolves around everyone wanting Evan (Tucky Williams's character). In the movie, either everyone wants her, or is presumed to want her, like L.E. Barone's character, Dov. This is probably because Tucky wrote this, and wants all these women's lives to revolve around her in some way.

However, the tradeoff is that some really good talent, like L.E. Barone, doesn't get more play in this script. She DOES have several scenes, which showcase some real acting chops, and the sex scenes have almost an innocent credibility. This is in contrast to Evan's numerous sex scenes, which have a far less genuine appeal to them, which probably is appropriate, since Evan has far less innocence than Dov. Evan's scenes all seem to revolve around someone being used, someone using, or the using is mutual.

Like the web series, there's no topless nudity in this, just a lot of underwear. I don't know the reasons for this, and maybe it's to have a more subdued rating, but it does give the impression that girl-girl sex is, for the most part, just a lot of grinding and kissing. (The phrase "stone butch", even for the feminine women, comes to mind).

Towards the end (spoiler alert....), there is the stabbing of Evan. It was interesting in and of itself, however, the credibility was lost when there seemed to be no involvement of the legal authorities after 911 was called! It was as if Evan was stabbed and no inquiry, arrest, or consequences incurred afterwards. Unrealistic.

I hope in the future, if Tucky continues to do this, she will write less about how all these women's lives revolve around her, and develop characters like L.E. Barone's even more.
21 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on April 6, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
sucks
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no good
31 people found this helpful
Jeffrey LangReviewed in the United States on May 8, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Pretty Terrible
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I was not too fond of the story, its plot, and especially its characters, some of whom I despised. The movie mostly revolves around the character's sexual orientation than their merit. However, the story itself is bland and uneventful. Production quality is dirt poor, and I don't mean that metaphorically. Sarcastically, of course. Girl/Girl Scene is one big Amy Schumer comedy skit that tries too hard to be funny, goes in overdramatic at best. I wouldn't recommend this to a future audience anytime soon.
18 people found this helpful
Marlene J DrescherReviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Amazing movie from the series of Girl/Girl Scene.
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Let me start off by saying... I fell in love with the series of this show, so naturally when I heard a movie was going to be made I was extremely excited! Waiting patiently for the release was well worth the wait. The story lines are so relatable and the cast was simply amazing! Loved every character in this movie but, I simply love and admire Tucky's writing, directing, producing and her character (Evan) both in the series and now the movie. Only Tucky can play the role of Evan and pull it off so well. Kudos to everyone involved in making such an amazing movie for us viewers to watch and enjoy. I will be watching this again! I wish there was a way to give this 10 stars, cause it's well worth it! 😘😍👍👍 I would also like to add if there is award show for independent films and maybe there is but, I think Tucky should be nominated for her writing, directing or acting for this movie. She definitely would have my vote!
11 people found this helpful
OwlnessReviewed in the United States on May 27, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Makes The Room look like The Dark Knight
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I only made it 15 minutes before I stopped, it was horrifically bad

The movie literally starts with a woman at a party randomly doing a mannequin pose, then her lesbian friend runs up to her saying "Teach me how to kiss!" Then they spend several minutes slobbering all over eachothers faces like dogs. The story shifts focus between random lesbian partygoers at a Tumblr meetup (one of the lesbians is a drag queen, and half of them you can't even tell their gender), then cringily enough, one of the lesbians get rufied and instead of going to the hospital she into the protagonist's house at 2 in the morning and the homeowners actually attempt to kill her with medieval weaponry LOLE! The final nail in the coffin was when the protagonist hada political discussion with one of her lesbian girlfriends about how libertarians and republicans are evil trump supporters, and how marxist feminism should be normalized for its progressiveness, another lal. Also many of the characters spend most of their time randomly kissing, everytime you think they're gonna kiss they end up kissing, that's how predictable it is, they also wear randomly slutty outfits. The film doesn't have a publisher, it literally resembles a high school film class project shot with an iPhone 3G. This movie ignores all rules of cinematography, you're not supposed to start your movie with a lesbian who looks like a clone of megan trainer running up to a woman standing perfectly still like a scarecrow, then saying "Let's lez out!" then have them kissing eachother then busting into a spontaneous pillow fight. Serious, the entire time I was watching this I kept asking myself "How was this movie allowed to be made? Who greenlit this? How did it find investors?" The camera angles are terribly unprofessional, don't even get me started on the voice acting.

The story is basically "Feminist lesbians at a party making out, and talking about nothing remotely relevant or interesting, then occasionally discussing the need for globalism and how trump is the the most evil person in history, etc., your usual Tumblr rants.

There is no opening scene to this "film", you don't have the intro and prologue and opening credits and character arcs and so on, the very first thing you when the camera rolls is a woman running onscreen and begging to kiss the lesbian who's imitating a scarecrow for no apparent reason at all, and the entire thing feels like it was written by a 13 year old boy who spends his entire day on Pornhub and Overwatch.

You never feel any sort of impact in the dialogue, in between kissing you hear major subplots that would have otherwise created an emotional impact, such as "Marry me." and "I'm preggers." and "I'm straight." and "I got cancer." and "Gonna kill m'self!" Instead of the story adapting to those statements you instead get anticlimactic retorts such as "Shut up and kiss me." then the kissing resumes and it's the laziest most juvenile crap anyone could ever watch.

This is one of those productions that honestly makes you feel like your IQ dropped after watching it. I imagine the climax to be one of the lesbians getting drunk then being kidnapped by another lesbian, then during the big finale the drunk kidnapped lesbian forgets where she is and everyone kisses some more while making cringy conversation about how horny they make eachother, then the "film" ends.

You get significantly better quality from an episode of Tim & Eric or Rick & Morty, and those shows are the king of lazy writing.
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