"A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do." If that's not what the West--or at least the western--is all about, it's hard to imagine what is. But the BAD GIRLS of Jonathan Kaplan's revisionist romp have a bone to pick with the frontier status quo. A feminist Western about bad men and the
women who beat them at their own game, BAD GIRLS is an appealing twist on conventions that entertains without ever really amounting to much.
Tough-talking, sharpshooting Cody (Madeleine Stowe) and her friends Anita (Mary Stuart Masterson), Eileen (Andie MacDowell), and Lilly (Drew Barrymore) are prairie prostitutes who are run out of town after Cody shoots an upstanding citizen ...