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An "over-the-top" adventure into the land of pleasure and joy... with all of the nostalgic-spring break-stories, packed into a yummy warm tortilla!







Cast overview, first billed only:
David Borowicz ...
Casey Sweaten (as Casimir Borowicz)
Toss Honeycut
Jodie (as Hilary Salvatore)
Mike Deeney ...
Simon (as Miguel Deeney)
Miles Flewitt ...
Twin (as Leslie Nagy)
Carrie Ann Nagy ...
Twin (as Carrie Nagy)


Filmed on location in "The Mexico"... this is the true story of a wild and crazy trip to San Felipe. We follow 3 Avocado Hombres, 4 Red Hot Chili Peppers, 2 and a 1/2 Professional Meatheads, a Mysterious Hitchhiker and a Spiritual Fugitive as they cross paths with the Mexican underworld. From the beaches to the streets, to the cantina's and the clubs.... Everyone must watch their back and eat the magical "Tangy G" in order to turn an awful adventure... into the vacation they will never forget! Written by Steve Barrett

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language and sexual content, and for some drug material


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11 November 2003 (USA)  »

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Every avocado featured in the film came from Aaron Jackson's personal avocado farm. See more »

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truly awful!
26 November 2003 | by (suncoast) – See all my reviews

This movie is truly awful! You would thin that a simplistic storyline (boy lost girl-boy tries to get her back) would be easy to follow. It isn't. At times this scenes look like they were thrown together in a haphazard fashion, leaving the viewer trying to make some sense in this chaotic mess. Lacking a definite plot, we now hold out hope that maybe this one might deliver a large dose of spring break sexcapades! Alas, while this flick tries to be to be hip and sexy, but fails on both counts as well. If you are looking for a little T and A, rent Girls Gone Wild, which, by the way, also has a better plot.

Well how about the cinematography? Maybe this one will enrapture us with wonderful views of the sun and sand of exotic Mexico! Yet again we are sadly disappointed! The picture quality is very low. It looks like most of this was filmed on a home camcorder. Is there any redeeming quality to this no renter? Yes there is! It's the music! At points the score is absolutely kickin. But with all the other faults it's kinda like giving your grandma a bikini wax. No matter what you do, it's still gonna look bad! So if you rent this baby, put it in your dvd player, turn off the TV, turn up the volume when no one is talking, and turn it way down when you start to hear the dialog. Or better yet, just go find the soundtrack cd.

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