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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!

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David Borowicz ...
Casey Sweaten (as Casimir Borowicz)
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Toss Honeycut
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Tonya
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Irene
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Sean
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Kendra
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Jerry
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Jebadaya
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Twin (as Leslie Nagy)
Carrie Ann Nagy ...
Twin (as Carrie Nagy)
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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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Rated R for pervasive language and sexual content, and for some drug material
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Aaron Jackson (Sean), after the explosive success of this film, began pursuing a career in teaching acting. His signature beanie in the film has since turned into a baseball cap that he almost never removes. See more »

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One of the most abused arts...
26 September 2012 | by (Houston, USA) – See all my reviews

7th. art is what they call movies. But then anybody can make them. Directors don't need a license, and when they do bad movies that license is not suspended nor revoked. Movie making should be taken seriously as the rest of the Fine Arts, right? OK. Let's say that the director loves movies and that's way ended up making one, but I think that before venturing into this difficult art, he should have done at least some shorts, get experience, and then plunge himself making the movie of his life (the only in this case, so far).

If making movies is not that easy, don't make them, please leave that for someone who knows!


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