Girls Fight Tonite is roughly 90 minutes of tepid girl fistfights -- each choreographed more lamely than the last and rarely lasting more than a minute or two (even in slow-motion!) -- interspersed with the lamest of dialogue and a vain attempt at trying to develop pathos for its lead character, an abused-at-home gal with a temper of her own who can only work out those aggressions in "The Pit."
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