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Six friends win a vacation to the Bermuda Triangle and become trapped with only an MTV Crew to help keep them alive. They have to rescue Carmen Electra escape while they all battle the monsters on Monster Island.

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Cast

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Herself
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Josh
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Maddy
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Herself (as Alani 'La La' Vazquez)
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Himself
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Dr. Harryhausen
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Cascy Beddow ...
Andy
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Stack
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Jen
Chris Harrison ...
Chase
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Lil Mindi
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G.T.
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Bob Staton
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Mombata Leader (as Phil Mitchell)
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Six friends win a vacation to the Bermuda Triangle and become trapped with only an MTV Crew to help keep them alive. They have to rescue Carmen Electra escape while they all battle the monsters on Monster Island.

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Rated PG for language, violence and sensuality
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7 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Adam West's character was named after Ray Harryhausen who is known for his stop-animation. See more »

Quotes

Andy: Jen really wanted to win this. You've got to respect initiative like that.
Josh: You're blinded by lust, Andy. Hitler had initiative. The Republicans have initiative.
Stack: Martha Stewart.
Josh: Right.
Stack: Yeah.
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Crazy Credits

Also listed in the cast credits are the monsters: The Queen, Ms. Mantis, Mr. Mantis, Piranha Man, The Soldier, The Spider, and Rudy. See more »

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Spoofs King Kong (1933) See more »

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Got What It Takes
Written by Jeannie Ortega, David Katz and Lukasz Gottwald
Performed by Jeannie Ortega
Courtesy of Hollywood Records
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Bad reality TV quality sprinkled with occasional good acting and scenes
28 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a horror movie it's anything but scary (other than some of the acting and posturing). As an adventure movie it's anti climatic. As a spoof it just isn't funny enough. As a cult film it just lacks conviction.

I was watching it for free and I admit it was good enough to finish but the commercials interrupting it were considerably better which only confirmed how badly it was done. On the other hand the fact that the computer graphics seemed to be intentionally bad it could indicate it's homage to pioneer science fiction horror. I have to agree with another reviewer and state I quite simply don't know what it was other than bad. Students of entertainment and film making are likely to find it uninteresting the project seems to have only survived due to a few names attached to it.

There is a lot of cheesy bad acting, with stereotype characters ripping off the styles and looks of other actors or actresses. At one point even the main character seemed to comment on the pointlessness of the scene. Some of the acting was true to the trade surrounded by others that seemed to scream "look, I'm on TV!" There was no quality continuity other than the headline entertainer's scenes were done fairly well while scenes without them seemed to just drop off the quality scale into oblivion. If you watch or buy it just because your favorite actor or actress is in it be assured they handled their scenes with dignity which they may have lost seeing the finished product.

Anyone looking for a well done movie will be disappointed but anyone in love with bad horror, low budget spoofs, or reality T.V. (hey look I'm on camera!) will probably be satisfied for bargain prices.


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