* BestKnownForTheFanservice: This is the one where you see Creator/DeniseRichards' breasts and she makes out with Creator/NeveCampbell[[spoiler:'s body double]], right?
* MagnificentBastard: [[spoiler:Suzie Toller is a teenage girl from the wrong side of the tracks, [[ObfuscatingStupidity masking her genius-level intellect]] by appearing as white trash. After one of her best friends was murdered by corrupt cop Ray Duquette, who then busted her on a bogus charge, Suzie [[BestServedCold vowed revenge]]. She hatches a plot wherein Suzie, her guidance counselor Sam Lombardo and Kelly Van Ryan, the rich girl Sam was sleeping with, are able to con Kelly's mother Sandra Van Ryan out of millions of dollars by having both girls [[FalseRapeAccusation falsely accuse Sam of rape]], then cracking on the stand and opening the Van Ryans to a countersuit. Suzie also ordered Sam to draw Ray Duquette into the scheme by convincing him that he and Sam would get rid of both girls and split the money between the two of them instead of three-ways. After multiple betrayals and counter-betrayals and even [[FakingTheDead faking her own death]], at the end Suzie is the only conspirator left standing: a high-school drop-out responsible for several murders with a fortune safely stored away in an overseas account.]]
* SoBadItsGood: It was billed as a thriller, but it plays like a spoof. In addition to some truly horribly staged scenes and awful dialogue, it has some exceptional scenery chewing from Creator/DeniseRichards and Creator/KevinBacon. Only Creator/BillMurray seemed to be aware that the movie was meant to be tongue in cheek (which is even more hilarious since Kevin Bacon was the movie's executive producer). The film's twist ending, though not too difficult to either see coming or figure out once revealed, was fully explained with supplemental scenes in the end credits that fill in the gaps. It also has a great GambitPileup story buried under bad writing and mediocre acting. It's like watching a movie of a Carl Hiaasen novel, certainly more than the [[TheFilmOfTheBook Film of the Book]] of ''Strip Tease''.
* TookTheBadFilmSeriously: It isn't necessarily a ''bad'' movie. While the film seems to be trying to be a StealthParody of the erotic thriller genre, the cast doesn't seem to agree on how seriously to take the script. As a result, many see it as [[SoBadItsGood unintentionally hilarious]].