FIT TO KILL (director/writer: Andy Sidaris; cinematographer: Mark Morris; editor: Craig Stewart; music:  Richard Lyons; cast: Dona Speir (Donna Hamilton), Roberta Vasquez (Nicole Justin), Bruce Penhall  (Bruce Christian),  Aki Aleong (Chang), R.J. Moore (Martin Kane), Julie Strain (Blu Steele), Tony Peck (Chief Lucas), Carolyn Liu (Silk), Rodrigo Obregón (Petrov), Cynthia Brimhall (Edy Stark), Sandra Wild (Sandy), Chu Chu Malave (Evel), Kenevil (Richard Cansino); Runtime: 94; MPAA Rating: R; producer: Arlene Sidaris; Columbia; 1993)

"It's time killer good."

Reviewed by Dennis Schwartz

A trashy but enjoyable sexploitation action film helmed and written by Andy Sidaris ("Hard Hunted"/"Return to Savage Beach"/"Day of the Warrior"). It was filmed in Hawaii.

Undercover LETHAL female federal agents Donna Hamilton (Dona Speir) and Nicole Justin (Roberta Vasquez), both Playboy centerfolds in real life, after chewed out for being lax during a training session exercise are assigned by their boss (Tony Peck) to guard Chinese-American businessman Chang (Aki Aleong) and protect the priceless diamond "Alexa Stone" stolen by the Nazis from Russia during WWII that he now owns. Chang aims to return the treasure to its rightful owner, but fears thieves.

In Las Vegas, the mastermind criminal, Kane (
R.J. Moore, son of Bond's Roger Moore), hires busty assassin Blu Steele (Julie Strain, known as the Queen of the B movies), to help him get the rare diamond.

As a play on names, the hitmen are called Evel (Chu Chu Malave) and Kenevil (Richard Cansino).

It's time killer good.

REVIEWED ON 5/16/2015       GRADE: B-

Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"