Las Vegas stripper, Penny Slot (Rena Riffel), sets out on an adventure to become the star dancer on a dance television show. With stars in her eyes, she tries to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow but instead finds danger in a town more wicked than Sin City. Romance then leads her down a path towards her dream of stardom, fame, and fortune. But danger lurks at every twist and turn while Penny Slot becomes lured by a dangerous love triangle full of temptation and seduction. Penny’s longtime fiancé/boyfriend, James “Jimmy” Smith (‘Glenn Plummer’) warns her that she needs formal technique training if she wants to be taken seriously as a real dancer, so Penny heeds his advice and sets out to take ballet classes and practices her pique turns. But, she must pay the price. And there is a price to pay for success, sacrifices to be made at every imaginable level, and it all comes down to… How bad do you want it?
User Reviews: In this God awful movie that nobody, and I mean NOBODY asked for, we continue the story where Showgirls left off in 1995…or do we? No, in fact, this is an entirely different movie then Showgirls. Were lacking most of the cast of the original, although there are a few returning faces from the first film. Glenn Plummer makes his second attempt here, as well as Rena herself, who wrote and starred in this piece of rubbish. I mean, do we dare even call this a movie? If it is, we are certainly dealing with a budget so low, that we can’t even afford to get a production crew in here that knew what they were doing. Too much lighting, bad acting, poor directing, annoying choppy fade in and out scenes. Bad accents. Bad script. TOO LONG OF A MOVIE! I can’t think of anything good to say about this. That’s why I’m giving it such a low rating. Lacks humor, lacks emotional and character depth. I could go on and on, but you get the point, let’s move on to our story: Penny wants to pursue her dream of becoming a stripper/ dancer, and will stop at nothing to make sure her dreams come true. That’s pretty much it. The rest of this film is pure filler, which include a girl on girl action scene in the pool, a fake pillow fight, and bad cat fights. Very uninteresting film. And it’s not so much that we are making a bad sequel here, but what I really cannot understand is why we are making sequels to movies that bombed, not to mention sixteen years after it bombed. Well, I suppose there is a few good things I can say about it, at least we avoided the dreaded NC-17 rating on this one, as it has about 99 percent less nudity then Paul Verhoevens version of Showgirls. ( He directed better films…Robocop, Starship Troopers, and Spetters) Maybe they thought with this movie, less nudity, and more crap would make a better film. Sorry, team, but it didn’t. And to think this was released in theatres? It should have been Direct to Video. Actually, it was so bad, it should have just gone direct to toilet.