Spring Break


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 22%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 1994


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rdoyle29 6 / 10

One of the better films of this type

A couple of wimpy dudes go to Fort Lauderdale for spring break and end up accidentally sharing a motel room with two studly guys from New York. They become friends and hang around together. There's ostensibly a plot where one of the wimpy guys has a step dad who's in politics and doesn't want him hanging out in a den of inequity during the holidays ... and he's also coincidentally trying to shut down the motel they are staying in ... but really, 75% of this film is devoted to them enjoying festivities like a wet t shirt contest and a belly flop competition (where an uncredited Jeff Garlin appears). As these kinds of films go, it's really pretty good. It's really just an Elvis flick or a beach party film brought up to early 80's standards ... hence there's more skin and beer drinking. It's no hidden gem, but frankly I enjoy it.

Reviewed by Uriah43 3 / 10

Just Plain Bad

"Nelson" (David Knell) is a rich college kid whose dictatorial stepfather, "Ernest Dalby" (Donald Symington) just happens to be running for the U.S. Senate. But rather than staying around and work on his stepfather's campaign he decides to follow his best-friend's advice and go to Ft. Lauderdale for spring break. Unfortunately, when they get to their hotel they discover that there has been an error in with their reservation and find that two other young men named "Stu" (Paul Land) and "O.T." (Steve Bassett) have also been given the same hotel room. Fortunately, they soon begin to realize just how sheltered they have been which causes both Nelson and his best-friend "Adam" (Perry Lang) to not only decide to allow them to stay in their room but to also join them in their quest to seek out the opposite sex and party. What none of them realize is just how infuriated Nelson's stepfather has become when he finds out that Nelson is in Ft. Lauderdale having a good time. Because of that he has hires a shady real estate agent to find Nelson and also sends two of his own goons to bring him back. Now rather than reveal any more of this movie I will just say that this was one of many "beach movies" which sprang up in the late 70's and continued throughout the 80's. Typically, this films differ from those in the 60's due to their more explicit and crude nature. That's not a criticism necessarily but rather a simple observation. As far as this specific movie is concerned, it had its share of topless women but nothing really out of the ordinary for this particular sub-genre. The big problem with this movie was that it was just plain dull. The plot was too basic and the humor wasn't very good either. Likewise, other than Corinne Alphen (as "Joan") none of the actors really stood out one way or the other. That said, I have rated the movie accordingly. Below average.

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 5 / 10

From the director of Friday the 13th.

Having already made a mint from his seminal slasher Friday the 13th, director Sean S. Cunningham leaves Crystal Lake and heads for the sunnier climes of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to try his hand at that other money spinning genre of the '80s, the sexy teen comedy. Assembling a cast of nobodies, Cunningham tells the tale of two virginal college dorks, Nelson and Adam (David Knell and Perry Lang), who hope to 'get lucky' during spring break. Forced to share a room with cool guys O.T. and Stu (Steve Bassett and Paul Land), who have no problems with the ladies, the nerds learn how to party hard and eventually score with the opposite sex. Meanwhile, Nelson's douche-bag of a stepfather (Donald Symington) is on the warpath, fearing that his political career will be adversely affected by his stepson's carousing.

Spring Break is—I am sure most will agree—not a great film, but it is mindlessly fun while it lasts. The guys' drunken antics are bound to put a smile on the face of anyone who has done dumb stuff while under the influence, as will the endless tirade of fit young bodies in skimpy swimming attire (both sexes are catered for, although the emphasis is undeniably on attractive, well-endowed women). The film's crazy antics include a drunken belly flop competition, a wet t-shirt contest, a wet he-shirt contest, and partying hard to an all-female rock group fronted by Penthouse Pet Corinne Alphen. The film's most memorable scene involves Nelson accompanying willing hottie Susie (Jayne Modean) to her hotel, but failing to remember her room number after he goes to get a couple of Cokes. Frustrating, to say the least, but at least he gets to pick up where he left off the next day.

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