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Writers (WGA):
Mort Nathan (written by) &
William Bigelow (written by)
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Release Date:
21 March 2003 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Singles Cruise. Double Trouble. See more »
Plot:
Two straight men mistakenly end up on a "gays only" cruise. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Jerry Robinson

Horatio Sanz ... Nick Ragoni

Roselyn Sanchez ... Gabriella

Vivica A. Fox ... Felicia

Maurice Godin ... Hector

Roger Moore ... Lloyd Faversham

Lin Shaye ... Sonya the Coach

Victoria Silvstedt ... Inga
Ken Hudson Campbell ... Tom (as Ken Campbell)

Zen Gesner ... Ron
William Bumiller ... Steven
Noah York ... Perry

Richard Roundtree ... Felicia's Dad

Bob Gunton ... Boat Captain

Jennifer Gareis ... Sheri

Steven M. Porter ... Marshall Geller
Li Hagman ... Pia
Jerry Collins ... Larry

Artie Lange ... Brian
Philip Krevoy ... Man on Deck

Eddie Driscoll ... Steward
Steve Hudson ... Contestant
Andrew Whelan ... Bachelor #2

Brian Pollack ... Bachelor #3
Norman Krevoy ... Grandpa
Cecile Krevoy ... Grandma
Glenn D. Feig ... Man at Railing
Mert Rich ... Lloyd's Date
Erika Johnson ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Leader
Donte Calarco ... Daniel's Massage Client

Thomas Lennon ... The Priest

Brad Krevoy ... Pilot
Christoph Quest ... Inga's Dad
Wieslawa Wesolowska ... Inga's Mom
Martin Richert ... Daniel the Masseuse
Roger Mussenden ... S&M Guy
Norbert Heisterkamp ... André
Jami Ferrell ... Bridgit
Clara May Beasley ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Margo Castor ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Evangelia Geovanekou ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Katharina Maassen ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Sandra Martellotta ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Barbara Matziris ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Diana Pink ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member

Michelle Ruben ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Jennifer Stehr ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Katie Vigers ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Anja Weber ... Swedish Suntanning Team Member
Sterling Rice ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Member
Cheryl Connell ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Member
Bjorg Lovstad ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Member
Linda Mitchell ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Member
Nofit Shevach ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Member
Tatjana Tutan ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Member
Veroniqa Wallens ... Hawaiian Tropic Team Member
Jack Baldwin ... Hydra Tourist
John Baldwin ... Hydra Tourist
Shawn Scott ... Hydra Tourist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Natalia Sokolova ... One of the three semi-naked girls laid down on the boat (unconfirmed)

Will Ferrell ... Michael, Brian's Boyfriend (uncredited)
Marcus Lucas ... Restaurant Manager (uncredited)
Bernhard Marsch ... Man in Hotel Lobby (uncredited)

Directed by
Mort Nathan 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Mort Nathan (written by) &
William Bigelow (written by)

Produced by
William Bigelow .... associate producer
Sabine de Mardt .... executive producer (as Sabine Müller)
Frank Hübner .... producer
Jeffrey F. January .... associate producer
Brad Krevoy .... producer
H.W. Pausch .... associate producer
Brian Pollack .... associate producer
Klaus Rettig .... associate producer
Mert Rich .... associate producer
Adam Richman .... associate producer
Stefaan Schieder .... line producer
Gerhard Schmidt .... producer
Andrew Sugerman .... producer
Mike Upton .... line producer: US
 
Original Music by
Robert Folk 
 
Cinematography by
Shawn Maurer (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
John Axness 
 
Casting by
Roger Mussenden 
 
Production Design by
Charles William Breen  (as Charles Breen)
 
Art Direction by
Uli Hanisch 
 
Set Decoration by
Manfred Lohmar 
 
Costume Design by
Tim Chappel 
 
Makeup Department
Stacye P. Branche .... hair stylist: Mr. Gooding Jr. (as Stacye Branche)
Stacye P. Branche .... makeup artist: Mr. Gooding Jr. (as Stacye Branche)
Nancy Geisler .... makeup artist
Silke Lisku .... hair stylist
Uli Nunn .... makeup artist (as Ulrike Schaeperklaus)
Patty York .... makeup artist
Gerd Zeiss .... key hair stylist
 
Production Management
Reinhild Gräber .... production supervisor: ApolloMedia
Rudolf Kurz .... production supervisor: ApolloMedia
Pearl A. Lucero .... production supervisor: USA
Mark L. Mitchell .... post-production supervisor
Arno Neubauer .... production manager: Greece
Klaus Spinnler .... unit production manager
Oliver Wissmann .... production supervisor: Germany
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nicole Haeussermann .... second assistant director
Oliver Kester .... additional third assistant director
Schoko Okroy .... third assistant director
Antonia Polikandrioti .... additional third assistant director
Aaron Walters .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Sandra Ankiewicz .... assistant set decorator
Uli Hanisch .... art director: Germany
Stefan Isfort .... property master
Rüdiger Joch .... construction coordinator
Andrea Kessler .... on-set props
Kai Koch .... assistant art director
Uli Langenberg .... construction supervisor
Sonja Mazurek .... set dresser
Joachim Monninger .... construction supervisor
Ann-Kathrin Otto .... storyboard artist
Daniel Peeck .... stand-by carpenter
Scott Ritchie .... set dresser
Klaus Rusicke .... set dresser
Thorsten Sabel .... key set dresser
Ulrike Stecker .... prop buyer (as Ulrike 'Ricky' Stecker)
Uli Tegetmeier .... set dresser
Dagmar Wessel .... set dresser
Petra Maria Wirth .... draughtsman
Petra Maria Wirth .... scenic artist
 
Sound Department
James Bailey .... foley artist
Ron Bedrosian .... adr mixer
Susan Cahill .... assistant sound editor
Anita Cannella .... sound mixer
Jed M. Dodge .... dialogue editor
Jim Fitzpatrick .... sound re-recording mixer
Jason George .... supervising sound editor
Robert Getty .... dialogue editor
Jacob Goldstein .... sound recordist
Ann Hadsell .... adr mixer
Michael Hamm .... sound consultant: Dolby (as Mike Hamm)
Chato Hill .... assistant sound editor
Frederick Howard .... sound effects editor
Aaron Levy .... sound re-recording mixer
Sterling Moore .... utility sound
Michael Mullane .... sound editor
Hugh Murphy .... assistant sound editor
Nick Neutra .... foley mixer
Rudy Pi .... sound re-recording mixer
Doug Reed .... foley artist
Brian Robinson .... boom operator
Ronny Schröpfer .... utility cable
Alec St. John .... foley editor
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
 
Special Effects by
Andreas Korth .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Adam Avitabile .... digital compositor
Mark S. Driscoll .... visual effects producer: LOOK! Effects Inc.
Henrik Fett .... visual effects supervisor
James David Hattin .... title design, digital compositor, image resolution
Christopher Ivins .... digital compositor: LOOK! Effects Inc.
Mark I. Mitchell .... visual effects supervisor
Mark L. Mitchell .... visual effects supervisor
Daniel Naulin .... digital effects artist (as Dan Naulin)
Tefft Smith .... digital artist
 
Stunts
Peter Bartels .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Katja Bernet .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Michael Bittinger .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Andreas Cremer .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Torsten Jerabek .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Jürgen Klein .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Michael Mohr .... stunt coordinator
Horst Neugebauer .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Jochen Römer .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Marc Sieger .... stunt coordinator
Mac Steinmeier .... stunts: Stuntteam Steinmeier/Mohr
Tierre Turner .... stunt double: Cuba Gooding Jr.
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Thomas Gottschalk .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Udo Heinz .... electrician
Ingo Hilden .... dolly grip
Rafael Jeneral .... camera loader
Anton Klima .... aerial camera operator
Jochen Kratzheller .... best boy
Michael Lohmann .... camera operator
Michael Lohmann .... steadicam operator
Niels Maier .... gaffer
Marc Margulies .... first assistant camera
Ralph Mendoza .... camera operator: SpaceCam
Won-suk Park .... second assistant camera
Jens Piotrowski .... camera assistant
Stefan Schauerte .... electrician
Ivan Smolcic .... electrician
Astrid Wirth .... still photographer
Jürgen Wolf .... key grip
 
Casting Department
Elizabeth Boykewich .... casting associate
Anja Dihrberg .... additional casting
Caroline Liem .... casting associate
Silvia Munzòn-Lopèz .... casting: bit parts and extras
Anika Schniewind .... casting trainee: bit-parts and extras
Carmen Senz .... casting: bit-parts and extras
Stephan Senz .... casting: bit-parts and extras
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ane Bremer .... set costumer
Petra Burmester .... set costumer
Glenn Gregory Krah .... costumer (as Glenn Krah)
Kate Samhat .... costume supervisor (as Katherine Swartz)
Martina Schall .... key costumer
Christina Schnell .... assistant costume designer
Elena Wegner .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
John Earl Burnett .... first assistant editor (as John Burnett)
J.J. Rogers .... assistant editor
Babette Rosenbaum .... second assistant editor
Ralph Tarr .... color timer
Philip Whitfield .... telecine operator: rushes
 
Music Department
Marcus Barone .... music administrator
Brian Benison .... orchestrator
Richard Bronskill .... orchestrator
David Feinman .... additional composer: score
Michelle Kuznetsky .... music supervisor
Gregg Nestor .... music copyist (as Greg Nestor)
Mary Ramos .... music supervisor
Reed Ruddy .... score engineer
David Sabee .... orchestra contractor
Brad Segal .... composer: additional music
Brad Segal .... music editor
Nic. tenBroek .... composer: additional music
Frank Wolf .... score mixer
 
Transportation Department
Detlef Issel .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Christa Bentlage .... assistant: Mr. Schmidt
Luzie Besser .... assistant: Ms. Müller
Darren Bond .... assistant: Ms. Fox
Nicole Bruch .... assistant: Mr. Schmidt
Birthe Danielsen .... assistant: Mr. Becker (as Birthe Danielson)
Felix Dencker .... production assistant
Brittany Derrien .... assistant: Mr. Sanz
Kerstin Dick .... production accountant assistant: Germany
Alexander Dominitzki .... location manager
Joseph G. Eckardt .... executive assistant: Cuba Gooding Jr.
Stephen Galloway .... choreographer
Manuela Groh .... assistant to line producer
Kathrin Hoffmann .... production coordinator
Jürgen Jansen .... production accountant: Germany
Petra Jorgensen .... script supervisor
Alexander Kornberg .... assistant to associate producer
Christina Kügelgen .... assistant location manager
Reuben Liber .... assistant: Mr. Krevoy
Stefan Lux .... production controller
Samia Mainz .... assistant: Mr. Hübner
Erik Manning .... assistant: Mr. Krevoy
Luigi-GiGi Medico .... catering assistant
Amy Ostrower .... post-production accountant: USA
Mariella Pala .... production coordinator
Alexander Riech .... production assistant
Christian Sieling .... production accountant trainee: Germany
Bernhard Speck .... production accountant: Germany
Desiree Varni .... production accountant: USA (as Desiree Killian)
Larry Winokur .... publicist
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong sexual content, language and some drug material
Runtime:
94 min | USA:97 min (unrated version)
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Certification:
Argentina:13 | Brazil:14 | Canada:14A | Finland:K-11 | Germany:12 | Netherlands:AL (original rating) | Netherlands:12 (re-rating) | Norway:15 | Peru:14 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #38760) | USA:Unrated (unrated DVD version)

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Trivia:
Filmed in 2001 and not released to US theaters until 2003.See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: In the end of the movie when character Nick travels to Sweden looking for Inga, the location he travels to is meant to be Sweden but is in fact Switzerland. The outdoor shot are the Swiss alps and Inga's family is wearing traditional Swiss/German clothes, for example her father wears lederhosen.See more »
Quotes:
[after Nick insults him]
Lloyd Faversham:[flirtatiously] How do you know I love to be humiliated.
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Soundtrack:
Stand by Your ManSee more »

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49 out of 88 people found the following review useful.
A Trip that's hard to forget - unfortunately, 18 February 2003
Author: David from Germany

Two straight guys end up on a gay cruise. I really, really wonder how anyone could have thought that this simple idea would make for a good and funny movie, but unfortunately a lot of people thought so and there we are.

I mean, in my opinion the worst kind of movies are bad comedies. I can live with bad action movies or bad horror movies or even bad dramas. But watching a really bad comedy is like getting beaten up. Other bad movies at least can make you laugh (sometimes) but if a comedy is really bad there's nothing left to enjoy.I can honestly say that "Boat Trip" is one of the worst comedies I have ever seen.

The story itself is awful and even worse, unbelievably predictable. There isn't a joke you don't see coming miles before it happens and it's always one you really wish won't happen, because it is such a bad one. But every joke here hits its bad mark and leaves you with nothing more to do than to stare at the screen in disbelief.

The whole "gay" issue is handled as bad as possible. There is not a single "normal" gay person on this ship. Everyone is a kind of a freak, dresses like a woman, makes exaggerated moves and is saying "uh" and "oh" and "ohoho" and "ohlala" and things like that all the time. Every cliché you can imagine about a gay man is implanted here and beaten so long until it's last drop of life vanishes. And it's all about sex. Everyone is kissing and touching and making sexual advances at everyone else. At the breakfast buffet there is an ice sculpture that looks like a bunch of penises. That's supposed to be funny.

When one character makes a change of mind from hating gays to being gay it is so unconvincing that 1 minute later he is running after one of the babes. When he asks a store clerk if they got any condoms, a dozen gay men hand him some condoms, because, you know, gay people need them, ho ho.

The other guy has to act as if he's gay so he can sleep with the girl he loves (don't ask about the logic). When they do so under an orange tree, oranges fall down, so that afterward they are covered in about 100 oranges. He also does a dance show as a drag queen for about 3 minutes. Everyone is shocked or disgusted about being gay, no matter if it's a man or a woman. Imagine that: this movie is about gays and it isn't even sure what to think of them. When one guy starts philosophizing that gay people may not be so bad after all you're almost ready to believe him. This movie is as sexist, homophobic and horny as a movie can be.

The characters are unbelievable cut-out stereotypes played by untalented actors with no conviction at all. Yes, there is Cuba Gooding Jr. who, let's face it, is not a talented person and hasn't done a good film since "Jerry Maguire" and "As Good As It Gets". His fat, stupid partner is one of the worst actors in this movie. Victoria Silvstedt plays one of the super babes by showing as much as she can without undressing. Roger Moore wanders through the movie as a kind of preacher who wants everyone to become gay and says one line that is unforgettable. Before parachuting out of a plane he really says: "I was in the service for her majesty once." That hurts. There is Vivica A. Fox on auto-pilot, Bob Gunton in a 5-second bit (nevertheless credited in the opening credits), Richard Roundtree in a 10-second-bit (dito) and Lin Shaye as the babes' trainer and at the same time as the most painful-to-watch person in this film. Roselyn Sanchez as the love interest-girl is the only one who doesn't make you cringe every time you see her. But maybe that's just her looks and who cares anyway?

There is nothing good in this movie, nothing at all. The music is stupid (with references to "West Side Story", of course), the gay men wear colorful dresses, women's clothes or leather suits, the women wear bikinis or see-through dresses and even the extras are unconvincing. Uneccessary to ask how two loser guys can pay for such a luxury trip. Or why Roselyn can jump into a pool and dry in 2 seconds afterward. Or why she says she likes being on a ship with gay men because then she doesn't have to care about her make-up or her clothes when, while saying that, she wears a lot of make-up and very sexy clothes.

Two scenes of unbelievable stupidity are worth mentioning. In one the fat guy somehow has sex with the babes' trainer instead with one of the babes. How this worked I don't know, since the room is obviously lit, so that you see exactly who's lying in the bed, but he nevertheless crawls between her legs, which leads to the two fighting across the room, while the trainer gets orgasmic when being shot through the room with a fire extinguisher.

The other, absolutely worst scene, shows Roselyn Sanchez showing Cuba Gooding Jr. how she satisfies a man orally and she does it with a banana for about 2 minutes. The scene ends with Cuba Gooding Jr. ejaculating out of the window on the face of one half of a gay couple. This scene was one of the most painful scenes I ever had to watch in a cinema and the temptation to walk out has never been bigger.

This movie is simply dead in the water in every way. Avoid it at all costs, please. Let the makers know what they did to the world by making this movie. Have mercy with yourself.

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