Tweeked Movie Review
After a semi-accidental shooting, the girls hit the road, afraid that a vengeful dealer is after them. What follows -- and as drivers, they just aren't very good, as Carrie and Michelle never seem to get out of Los Angeles -- is a kind of random, drugged-out tour through southern L.A., from the beaches to the barrio and back to the beaches. Michelle hallucinates to the point of psychosis, and Carrie becomes justifiably sick of her.
Narita and Raymer (in her only film appearance to date) manage to carry the movie beyond the low expectations offered by its low-grade, nonexistant plot. Their sparring comes off as genuine, and the subtle moments of humor found in the film are enough to make you forget about the random junk that happens along the way. Shot on video, the film isn't much to look at, but writer/director Beth Dewey pulls it off more often than not.