As leader of the "feared electronic rebels," Alexa defends the Metaverse against the evil "data punk" Gorgon. Wowie! Sounds like a nifty (if somewhat Matrix-influenced) sci-fi parody/premise, doesn't it? Don't bet on it. Despite some impressive rented props and a few adequate FX, G Girls never boots up, let alone lifts off. In fact, minus the eye candy we'd say it would be a total AA write-off.
First problem: disingenuous sex (all lesbian – except a Ray/Ray grope). Rae's overwhelming motivation appears to be making "smoldering" eye contact with the lens at all costs. Quandary two: the (uncredited)script. Great Zombie Jesus, people! Don?tcha know it's impossible to create an effective pastiche unless ya understand what you're spoofing? Villain simply cobbles together genre clichés (galactic despot, killer robots, ray guns, etc.).
As a series of weakly-linked fight and fuck scenes, G Girls is no Barbarella. Or Booberella, for that matter.
Retailing: Arid alternate angles.