Valley Girls? VALLEY GIRLS? What's next, a film about a mystical mood ring? Or maybe "Hulla Hoop Girls?" OH, well, at least the stars in this tepid tour of California singin' don't talk in that outdated "val talk." Unfortunately, they're not really given a whole lot of other things to do, either. Hostess Ebony Ayes takes the viewer through a series of encounters between button-down stock brokers and some very unbuttoned dusky dreamboats. The bar scene between Tom Byron and talented newcomer Cecile (fresh from her breakup with Beany, I suppose) sets the tone for the feature; unspectacular but involving in spots. Lovely, busty Ayes steps down from the narrator's post long enough for one scene with Marc Wallice that's well done, but there's not too much more that's worth commenting on. It's been about two years between parts one and two in this series, but after seeing Black Valley Girls II, we could have waited.