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Boat Trip (2002)

R | | Comedy | 21 March 2003 (USA)
Two straight men mistakenly end up on a "gays only" cruise.

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Cast

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Sonya the Coach
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Felicia's Dad
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Sheri
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Storyline

Jerry and Nick are two best buddies whose love lives have hit rock bottom, Jerry's especially, having just vomited all over his fiancée on a hot air balloon trip prior to proposing to her. To escape their troubles and find women, they book a trip on board a cruise-liner, unaware the travel agent has just played a horrid trick on them in retaliation for Nick offending his secret gay lover. And that's the trick; it's a gay cruise-liner for gay men to meet and mingle. Slowly but surely, the two main characters begin to realize this and in turn get into a lot of humorous predicaments. Written by corrections by perugirl527@yahoo.com

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Rude, crude and partially nude. See more »

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexual content, language and some drug material | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

21 March 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Krstarenje  »

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Box Office

Budget:

$20,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$3,815,075, 23 March 2003, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$8,586,376, 4 May 2003

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,872,571, 7 November 2003
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Sir Roger Moore did this film for the money, and for a free vacation. See more »

Goofs

During the "I'm Coming Out" stage number, Jerry's costume changes repeatedly between shots. See more »

Quotes

Lloyd Faversham: My name is Faversham. Lloyd Faversham.
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Connections

Referenced in Psych: Juliet Wears the Pantsuit (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

Businessman's Bounce
Written by Robert Hackl and Ken Stange
Courtesy of DreamWorks Songs
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Might entertain the teenage boys it is aimed at but really nobody else
11 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

When Jerry vomits onto his girlfriend when trying to be romantic, he finds himself dumped and depressed. Weeks turn into months and his best friend Nick decides to help him out of his funk by getting them onto a cruise together. However a fight in the travel agents see them being "accidentally" booked onto a gay cruise. Unfortunately for them they only realise this after they have set sail. With no land in immediate sight, things look bleak but both Jerry and Nick find more opportunities than they had expected.

If there is a warning noise in comedies (ie a cinematic fire alarm) then surely it must be any film that has the main character dancing alone in their flat to a James Brown song. So when this film opened with that I immediately got on edge – a feeling that didn't change for the rest of the film. With a foundation of homophobia, bikini wearing models and loud humour this is very much a comedy that aims at a teenage market and probably does enough to satisfy them if not anyone else. The gags are obvious and simplistic and are unlikely to appeal to anyone who doesn't think that cum jokes are the height of humour, homosexual men are 99% clichés and that large breasts are the most important thing in a woman. I don't really think these things so I only laughed once the whole time – and even that was cut short as a good joke immediately turned into crudity. Without laughs the story is exposed for the predictable, puerile mess that it is.

The cast don't help the material and seem to just accept the level that it is at. Goding Jr mostly mugs his way through it and to his credit at least puts his all into it – a "lesser" actor would have shied away from some of his scenes but Cuba seemingly has no shame. The one good thing to say about him is that he does have an easy chemistry with Sanchez, although that may be more to do with the fact that she is sexy and natural and is easily the best thing in the whole film. Sanz is a typical "fat funny guy" but I use the word "funny" with reservations as he is nothing special. Fox may get a hard time from Boondocks but films like this hardly help her case – she is poor in a small role. Moore puts his heart into his role but at times he does himself no favours and pushed it too far. Why people like Gunton, Silvstedt and Roundtree bothered is beyond me.

Overall a very basic comedy that has very, very few laughs and will probably only appeal to the male teenage market that it is squarely aimed at. The stereotypes are flying, the crudity and homophobia is rampant and the only thing missing is entertainment value. Sanchez dominates with a sexy and natural performance but that is mainly down to just how very average everyone else is.


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