When a serial killer interrupts the fun at the swanky Coconut Pete's Coconut Beach Resort--a hedonistic island paradise for swingers--it's up to the club's staff to stop the violence...or at least hide it.
Broken Lizard is surrounded by limber, wanton women on a booze-soaked island resort owned by Coconut Pete, a rock star has-been. But the non-stop party takes a turn for the weird when dead bodies start turning up. Everyone begins to look suspicious. Could it be Sam, of the Fun Police brigade, who is quick-on-the-trigger with his tequila-loaded Super Soaker; Jenny, the over-sexed fitness instructor; Juan, the flamboyant diving instructor with a secret third-world past; Putman, the bratty British tennis coach/fanatic; Dave, the Ecstasy-crazed, adopted nephew of Coconut Pete; or the burly masseuse blessed with a creepy touch--that can render anyone into instant Jell-O? Can the inhabitants of Pleasure Island unite, solve the mystery and restore happy hour to this tropical bacchanal? Written by
Sujit R. Varma
Originally, there were a few scenes that explain more about Steve Lemme's character (Juan) - apparently, he grew up on a goat farm - but they were the first to be removed from the film. See more »
While being chased by the towards the end of the movie, the camera pans up to reveal a dirt cliff as the dead end. But as each character jumps, it shows them jumping off a white rock cliff into the ocean. See more »
The people that don't like this movie expected way too much from it.
have said that it is a standard horror flick, but they're wrong. This
is a parody of the horror genre. If you watch the movie knowing that
not making a serious horror movie (and that isn't hard to realize), then
you're opinion would change drastically. This isn't supposed to be a
smart-funny either. It's just something that you watch for a good time
friends. They're too many serious movies in theatres anyways, it's nice to
have some relief from uber-serious movies with something that doesn't have
several plot twist and emotional rollercoasters. People, just lighten up
realize the entertainment purposes of this film. It's not for over-mature
parents or little school girls. It's for the teenagers that have to sneak
into the movies because they're 17th birthday is in 2 weeks, it's for the
general person that wants to laugh and escape bills and the real world.
not a movie that will make you cry, it's a happy movie for happy people.
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