Mitch Buchannon didn't die in a boat explosion in the 10th season but has been recovering from amnesia in Los Angeles. Mitch returns to Hawaii to get married again! His new fiancée Allison ... See full summary »
In this -far less successful, hence shorter-lived- Baywatch spin-off, Mitch Buchannon, the reliable lieutenant in charge of an LA county beach's lifeguards, moonlights -often literally, at ... See full summary »
In this wrap-up to the 1997-98 season of Baywatch, L.A. lifeguards Mitch, Cody, and Mitch's son Hobie win a free ocean cruise to Alaska where coincidently lifeguards Neely, Lani and Donna ... See full summary »
Gena Lee Nolin,
Edward is busy trying to unlock the secrets of reading and recording people's thoughts. He is very involved with his work leaving little room for girlfriend Britt. Longstreet comes along ... See full summary »
Campy syndicated series about Vallery Irons, a girl working at a hotdog stand who accidently saves a celebrity and is mistaken for a bodyguard. She and a team of beautiful bodyguards form a... See full summary »
A taste of immortality in "Beautiful Evil" as the Hollywood Hills are littered with the bodies of Sunset Strip prostitutes. The ladies of the night are found decapitated, no remnants or ... See full summary »
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister,
Inspired by actual events, this film tells the story of six childhood friends who paddled into the waves at Banzai Pipeline on the night of October 14, 2001 . . . Only five paddled back to ... See full summary »
Mitch Buchannon didn't die in a boat explosion in the 10th season but has been recovering from amnesia in Los Angeles. Mitch returns to Hawaii to get married again! His new fiancée Allison looks a lot like Lt. Stephanie Holden, a past love. Little does he know, Allison is cooperating with Mason Sato who appeared in the show's 2nd season and now returns for revenge. The Baywatchers are invited to Hawaii by CJ. She's opening CJ's Bar & Grill at the Turtle Bay Resort. Coincidentally, Caroline Holden is already there filming a soap opera. Neely Capshaw (ex-Mrs. Buchannon) comes to Hawaii to stop the wedding. She wants Mitch back! Written by
Okay, let's see. I am about to meet Allison, who could very well be my late sister's identical twin. She's marrying Mitch, a man who I love and respect, but who blames himself for Stephanie's death and could very well be mistaking guilt for love. Now my friend Neely, she still covets Mitch.
I do not covet Mitch. I've just realized that he's the only man I've ever really loved in my entire pathetic, shallow existence.
You are not pathetic or shallow.
Well, thank you, Caroline.
You are ruthlessly...
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First of all, the storyline sucks. Lets get that out of the way immedietly.
If you're anything like me however this won't matter a jot. ...However, it is a slight pity that the storyline wasn't a bit more inviting and interesting. I think they went wrong by treating the movie like one of the episodes and instead of tieing everyone into the main plot they had several subplots or co-plots. Regarding the most important element, babes! well, not much. There are a few close ups shots of bikini girls and although the women including Pamela Anderson are here, the overall feeling is one of tension and unwillingness to really let go (of that towel, or shirt!).
Instead we're treated or mistreated to Pamela anderson waring a shirt under which we just barely glimpse a micro bikini thing. Don't get me wrong, Pamela does look amazing as the years ever so skillfully carve a real and quite sexual womanhood of experience into her facial features and this is a real turn on but it doesn't go any further. This is the dvd afterall, not PG TV. What happened? There's one nice part where Pammy is getting some sun in a bikini then gets up to reveal a thong thing going on, but these moments are too few and far between.
Overall the dvd is a disappointment as it has zero extras unless you count scene selection? NO pix, no documentary, no interviews etc which was not only a pity but a missed oportunity on behalf of Hasslehoff and gang to document this once huge american phenomenon, but then wouldn't an intelligent thing to do be contradiction? Ironically I would still recommend buying it, if purely to have it in your DVD collection as this is not only (and hopefully) a firm well-endowed goodbye to Baywatch but perhaps also to Pamela too, at least until she's back in the 2010 or whatever edition of Playboy.
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