Brad, Steve, Hue, and Marvin are four get-nowhere boys who are forced into summer school, ending up at Cockswell Academy under the supervision of Principal Arsenault. The boys play a game where they earn points for every girl with which they score. On misadventures of their own, they decide to go for the ultimate 100-point score, Mona Lott, the new French teacher. But when they're unable to get a shot at her, they end up in the unforgiving clutches of the principal. After all is lost, they take one final chance during the school's anniversary celebration. Written by
If you thought Screwballs was a disaster, then by all means pass this one by. I, myself, am not a big fan of T & A movies, but I do love comedies. Luckily for some, this is one of the two, and let's just say I laughed once the whole movie. Come on, guys, really!?? We can't get 17 seconds into the movie without some girl exposing her chest? Then again, we're not exactly expecting ground breaking masterpieces with a title like "Loose Screws", now are we? I mean, let's break it down: First scene of the movie shows a sign outside a school that says BEAVER HIGH. How a bunch of horny guys looking to get laid by girls fail a school like this is beyond me. Oh, yeah, welcome to one of those movies where it's an immature snicker fest at the whole 'get it?' jokes: A man walking around with the name Hugh G. Rection. Get it? Get it! Giggle, giggle...oh, I miss you anyway, 1985. The paper thin plot, barely any plot of Screwballs continues with this sequel. A french teacher is the center of attention for these wacky, goofball candidates to go to Coxwell Academy. The story includes trying to get her out of her clothes. That's it! There's your story! No twists, no turns, no over thinking needed. The comedy, of course, is dumbed down. There's absolutely nothing intelligent about this film, which I suppose makes a great drinking movie when you're drunk, I myself do not drink anymore, so I would much prefer to watch something with more humor, more emotional depth, something. By far, Screwballs is a much better flick then this, and I trashed that movie, so you can use your imagination and figure out what I think of this one. If you like silly comedies drown out by young female nudity, this is the one for you. If you don't, it's not...it's really that simple. For me, if I could get that time back that I spent watching this movie, I would have picked something else to watch.
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