Directed by James Frawley
Sheree J. Wilson
For Iowa fraternity brothers 'Mother' (Tim Robbins, Jacob’s Ladder) and Joe (Cameron Dye, Body Rock), the only way to score a paid vacation in sunny Palm Springs is to take along supreme nerd Wendell (Stephen Geoffreys, 976-Evil). When they make a bet with a rival frat to be the first to bed a beautiful woman (Sheree J. Wilson, Crimewave), their getaway goes out of control. Now with the help of some bikini beauties, a bit of creative party crashing and a local girl (Amanda Bearse, Fright Night) with a very dangerous secret, the ultimate Spring Break is about to begin! John Vernon (Animal House), Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator), Kathleen Kinmont (Halloween 4), Matt McCoy (Police Academy 6: City Under Siege), Leigh McCloskey (Inferno), Max Wright (Alf), Nina Talbot (Chained Heat), Frank Ajaye (Convoy), Charles Rocket (Earth Girls are Easy) and Britt Ekland (The Wicker Man) co-star in this outrageous yet good-natured comedy that could only have been made in the 80s, filled with scary fashion, gratuitous nudity, sudden aerobics and music by Bananarama, Con Funk Shun and others.
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