Finally, someone's picked up on the Some Like It Hot premise of two starving musicians (here, Mike Horner and Jon Dough reprising the Tony Curtis/Jack Lemmon roles) masquerading as women to get work. Dough has no problem convincing busty rusty Rhodes to give them a shot, even with his blatant come on, "I was just wondering if I could have sex with you on your desk." Afterwards, Dough gets cold feet and while Horner tries to persuade him to take the girl gig, they witness the hilarious murder of a bartender and have to go incognito anyway. Be assured that Horner and Dough are two extremely homely dames. The usual jokes and comic situations develop, but nicely rounded out by director Fox's wacky touch, complemented by a zany Cash Markman script.
Raven Leanna Foxxx (billed incorrectly as "Renee Fox" in the credits) and Nikki Wilde make up the other gals in the band. Horner and Dough are privy to an outstanding encounter between the always insatiable, hour-glassed Foxxx and Wilde. In a porno knockoff, Foxxx drops her vibrator during rehearsal (in the "straight" version, Monroe dropped a bottle of hootch) and Horner takes the rap. There's a funny seduction scene in the men room while Raven and mobster Tom Chapman go at it on the bar. Despite the murky production quality, this is an above average, sexy and amusing sendup, with a good-sized cast and decent sex.