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.
After the death of their grandfather Johann von Wolfhause, the brothers Jan and Todd Wolfhouse travel to Munich to fulfill a family tradition, spreading the ashes of Johann during the Oktoberfest. Their contact brings them to a secret beer competition, the Beerfest", where they are offended by Baron Wolfgang von Wolfhausen and the German branch of their family that accuse their great-grandmother of being a prostitute and their grandfather of stealing an old recipe of the best beer in Germany. Jan and Todd returns to USA humiliated and decide to organize a beer team to dispute the next Beerfest. They join Landfill, Barry and Fink and train long the year to participate in the competition. When they find the lost recipe hidden in a dummy, they feel that their German relatives told the truth. But the team is ready for the tough dispute. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The song sung by the crowd during the initial scene at Oktoberfest is a German version of "Pinacoladaburg" from Club Dread. See more »
Oktoberfest (naturally) takes place in October, and the team starts training in November. In the scene when the three-month mark is announced, the Schnitzengiggle Tavern is decorated with cupids and hearts, indicating that it is February, which would be eight months from October. Further, in the scene labeled the one-month mark, the tavern is decorated with garlands and colored lights, indicating that it is December, which would be a full ten months from October. See more »
I Like to Move in the Night
Written by Jesse Hughes (as Jesse "Boots Electric" Hughes) and Joshua Homme (as Joshua "Baby Duck" Homme)
Performed by Eagles of Death Metal
Courtesy of Downtown Records
By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing See more »
Beerfest has got to be the funniest movie of year. It's one of those classic movies you just watch with your buddies and laugh your asses off over and over because some of the scenes just catch you off guard. And trust me if you love drinking and can relate in one way or another to some of these drinking scenes, you'll laugh hella hard. Beerfest isn't trying to beat out other comedic movies rather it brilliantly just let's the humor ride on its own level without force feeding comedy to the audience; naturally funny, laugh so hard you cry typa movie, Beerfest is simply downright hilarious. I totally recommend everyone to go and watch this movie because it's different and it's guaranteed to make you laugh.
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