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Miracle Beach (1992)

A romantically hapless young man (Scott) has his life changed when he finds the proverbial genie-in-a-bottle, in this case a very comely lass (Jeannie). With Jeannie granting wishes left ... See full summary »

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Scotty McKay
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Dana Stanford
Brian Perry ...
Soup
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Lars
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Gus
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Magnus O'Leary
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Donald Burbank
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Mystic
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Mac (as Johnny Cocktails)
Cecile Krevoy ...
Scotty's Mother
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Jim Miller ...
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Chuck Aronberg ...
Murray
Kathleen Beaton ...
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A romantically hapless young man (Scott) has his life changed when he finds the proverbial genie-in-a-bottle, in this case a very comely lass (Jeannie). With Jeannie granting wishes left and right, Scott soon has a fine house, a wonderful car, and a chance to impress the girl of his dreams. But is this the way to true happiness? Written by Rick Munoz <rick.munoz@his.com>

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30 September 1992 (USA)  »

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The header on the page with Jeannie's assignment is the name of an episode of the original Star Trek series (Assignment: Earth). See more »

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When Jeanie throw pizza at the TV it leaves a big greasy stain/mark on the screen. But afterwards when she gets up to leave,there's no mark on the screen at all. See more »


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I Can't Believe
Written by Eric Allaman & Martha Davis
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beauty(-ies) and the beach bums
2 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, as so many have said, this is a fun movie, with (at least in the R-rated version) a lot of gratuitous nudity from a wide range of babes, somehow excepting our two leading ladies, ably portrayed by the scrumptious Felicity Waterman and the insanely adorable Ami Dolenz.

The other reviewers have pretty well told the story of this movie as far as its strengths (lots of pretty skin and faces, cute love story, nothing too heavy) and weaknesses (mediocre acting by most of the cast, predictable plot). I just wanted to be nerdy and point out one thing which dropped my rating down for this still-enjoyable romp: Jeannie's disdain for Earth, at the start of the film, vanishes without a trace the instant she appears here, never to be heard from again. That's just horrible writing. I know, it's just a B-movie with skin and goofy laughs, but come on. It wouldn't have taken even 10 minutes of thought to put in at least a token follow-on to that bewilderingly abandoned plot point. She could have shown a transition from cynic to some sort of warmth and interest, over the course of the movie.

Oh well. Ami really is about as adorable a genie as anyone could want, so it's hard to care too much about that. If she ever popped out of a bottle for me, I'd be asking her what *she* wanted!!

One last thing: what was up with Dean Cameron's hair? Points for originality, I guess, but... wow. LOL!

Did I mention Ami is adorable?


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