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Spring Break
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Directed By
Sean S. Cunningham

Written By:
David Smilow

Perry Lang, David Knell, Steve Bassett, Paul Land, Jayne Modean, Richard B. Shull, Jessica James, Daniel Faraldo, Donald Symington, Mimi Cozzens, John Archie, Robert Small, Fred Buch, Ronn Carroll, John Terry, Sheila Kennedy, Jeff Garlin, Matt Mitler, Markus T. Pellicori, Corinne Alphen, Markus T. Pellicori, Nikki Fritz, Rhonda Flynn, Bert Sheldon, Alex Panas, Barry Hober, Roger Minami, Paul Lorenzo, Marilyn Max, Lois Chamberlain, Laura J. Galgozy, Johanna Mileschkowsky, Christine Georgopulo, Maria Sedano, Kathy Ryan, Sherman 'Big Train' Bergman, Elenore Raabe

Spring Break (1983)
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Movie Review by Zara
August 31st, 2009

Pretty crappy '80's movie about the myth that was/is going to Spring Break for debauchery in Florida. I have no doubt that this exists in some regard even to this day, but it was the '80's that always chose to highlight it as some nirvana for twenty somethings to reach.

The thing that I found most notable about the movie is that when the geeky guys first show up at the run down hotel that they are going to be staying in, when besieged by a couple of New York freeloaders, the guys are convinced to let them stay for the night.

And as it turns out, the freeloaders aren't a**holes. In fact, they end up being decent people who help the two dudes out in the long run, including helping the step-son of one of the guys elude his power hungry wanna politician step father. It's not often in movies that the people on the outside end up being nice from the get-go anymore. Another thing that went by the wayside as movies progressed in time.

There's plenty of pre-silicone T&A in the flick as well, for those that are so inclined toward it, but in pure '80's style, they manage to keep the one girl who is supposed to be the nice one free of nudity throughout. Go figure.

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