Christopher is an ambitious college freshman, striving to become a writer. Through a computer fault he's assigned the same room as Alex, a real party freak and... a girl! He's annoyed and ... See full summary »
When Billy returns from reform school he has to attend a different high school at the other side of town. He tries to start with a clean slate but his old rival doesn't make it easy on him ... See full summary »
Bradley Brinkman is just an average guy, but he wants to be someone special when along comes a sexy apparition who offer to make him the sexiest guy in Sea Spray, a lush California Beach spot. For just a piece of his soul, Dr. D (the Devil) will transform him into a stud. He signs on the dotted line and is now turned into Hunk Golden. Suddently women want him and guys envy him. After a television appearance, he becomes a national sensation... but is Bradley going to be happy with his newfound success... or is there hell to pay for being a hunk?! Written by
Crown International Pictures
At 16 minutes in, when Bradley Brinkman is introduced to Skeet Mecklenberg, look for Brad Pitt as an extra seated in a beach chair behind Skeet. He's in blue and white striped shorts seated next to a blonde girl in a white string bikini. See more »
When Skeet Mecklenburger is introduced, one of the two seats behind him is empty. In the next shot, a beachgoer is sitting in the chair with a drink. See more »
I finally meet a beautiful woman and she wants me to bomb Pearl Harbor. Talk about romantic.
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A friend new the director, so I went to the premiere, which was in a prestigious Westwood (L.A.) theatre. We all found it very entertaining.
The story was this: Lawrence Bassoff went to USC film school, where he made a hilarious twenty-minute comedy about an outer space themed Bar Mitzva. http://www.film-making.com/breaking.html
From that, he succeeded in getting a low-budget movie deal from Crown International Pictures for his first commercial film, Weekend Pass, which was moderately successful. Then Crown said they wanted to fund him to make another low-budget film, and they wanted it to be called 'Hunk'. No treatment, no script, no plot ideas. Just make a comedy about a hunk, and do what you want.
A lifelong movie poster collector, he never made another film but has written three books on movie posters.
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