Angela Robinson's scrumptious feature debut reworks the '80s teen comedy into something supremely silly yet slyly subversive: a gay girl-power romance in skimpy exploitation clothing. You didn't know it at the time, girls, but when you took the SATs you were also taking a test to determine whether you had the right stuff for D.E.B.S., a top-secret, no-boys-allowed intelligence organization made up of ruthless teen crime fighters in "Hit Me"-Britney schoolgirl getups — short plaid skirts, crisp white blouses and kneesocks. Amy Bradshaw (Sara Foster) is the only candidate ever
to earn a perfect score, making her the poster girl for the D.E.B.S. Academy, run by t...