This is supposedly about some ultra buffed up 'scientists' who all go off to a Caribbean Hide away to research why bees are turning rubbish at pollinating plants and stuff. They are all interns or something and the boss guy sends his right hand man in to ensure they are doing 'research'.
Then he gives them a dose of something and they go all 'killer bee' etc. Meanwhile the scientists all run around in their under garments playing with themselves and looking buff. That is basically it. The dialogue is terrible the acting and delivery of the lines is worst than infant school nativity with all the actors (I am using that word with a lot of poetic licence by the way) saying their lines as if they are not related to any lines that have preceded them -' a bit like acting in a vacuum; and I wish they all were in some sort of sound proof chamber as it would have made the viewing experience a tad more tolerable.
The plot then meanders off with bad cgi and more wandering around in their underwear. The sets are terrible the so called laboratory is just a ropey kitchen and the buildings look like they were inspired by Cuban urban neglect. Regarding the 'players'; I have seen more chemistry at a rush hour bus stop and the music is just wrong. It is all action packed and over dramatic even when there is zilch happening. The only reason I managed to watch all of this is because I was squiffy and kept laughing -' sadly this is not really meant to be a comedy, but I think with a bit of editing they could have had a half decent comedy of sorts on their hands; instead this is one to avoid.
Review by Tom Dooley from the Internet Movie Database.