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J. Eddie Peck
What happens on Spring Break doesn't always stay there
Why do people watch "B" movies and just go on and on about how bad they are? You know what you are getting into when you pop the DVD in the machine.
Just watching Natalie Denise Sperl (The Graveyard) is worth the price of admission. Any dork would know that having someone like that appear at Spring Break would be a clue to run like hell. Sadly, our dork, one rich kid Adam (Robert L. Mann), just wants to get laid. Guess he didn't watch Fatal Attraction. Too bad for him.
That's OK, the lovely Kelly Hu (Cradle to the Grave, X2) has his number and will make sure his party days are over - at least with girls.
A short cameo by Gary Busey added to the fun.
Only a hint of nudity, and none from the young ones. Bummer!
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