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Hot Resort (1985)

R | | Comedy | January 1985 (USA)
Young guys on the make get a job at a resort hotel in the Caribbean.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Parsekian ...
Marty
Michael Berz ...
Kenny
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Brad
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Chuck (as Daniel Schneider)
Marcy Walker ...
Franny
Debra Kelly ...
Liza
Samm-Art Williams ...
Bill Martin
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Mr. Green
Zora Rasmussen ...
Mrs. Green
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Mr. Bray Junior
Jerome Collamore ...
Mr. Bray Senior
Stephen Stucker ...
Bobby Williams
William Tucker ...
Andrew
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Bo Bo
Linda Kenton ...
Geraldine
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A group of young men get jobs at a Caribbean resort, but choose to spend more of their time chasing girls and avoiding their boss than taking care of guests. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Film debut of Marcy Walker. See more »

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(at around 1 min) During the scene with Andrew Piermont and Liza French speaking on the balcony, the boom mic is clearly visible twice when the camera is on Liza. See more »

Quotes

Kenny: My computer's got 64K of RAM right now, which is okay for two floppies. But I wanna get a hard drive. So, I'm gonna upgrade to 256K RAM. Then, I'll be talking major megabytes. I can increase my memory or network.
Franny: So what you really wanna do is ram your hard drive into a mainframe.
Kenny: Do I ever!
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Love Bites
Music and Lyrics by Dave Powell
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Cold in the Caribbean
2 July 2011 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Carrying a suitcase full of condoms, smooth Tom Parsekian (as Marty Sullivan) goes to work at a resort hotel in the Caribbean. Accompanying him are two friends, nerdy Michael Berz (as Kenny) and chubby Daniel Schneider (as Chuck). They form a horny quartet with wisecracking Bronson Pinchot (as Brad), who is already employed at the hotel. Keeping his own sexual desires top secret, loud manager Samm-Art Williams (as Bill Martin) advises his employees, "Put your peckers on hold!" Of course, this does not happen...

Everyone in the film gets some action. You get some topless flashes and adult language, but few laughs. In his leading role, Mr. Parsekian succeeds by being among the less annoying characters. You wouldn't guess it from this role, but Mr. Pinchot became a TV star on "Perfect Strangers" (1986). In a "Special Guest Appearance", "Batman" villain and impressionist Frank Gorshin (as Mr. Green) makes little use of his skills. The subplots include a rowing contest with some wealthy rivals, being filmed for a soup commercial.

*** Hot Resort (1/25/85) John Robins ~ Tom Parsekian, Michael Berz, Bronson Pinchot, Dan Schneider


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