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John F. Goff,
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Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
I review every movie I watch on IMDB, as a way to keep track. I watch a lot of garbage, particularly '80s boob comedies like this, and slashers. It can be hard to know what to say about these flicks; they're usually bad in a boring way.
"Pick up Summer" is an example of that. It's not really about anything, and doesn't really have any characters or memorable moments. It just shows the usual teen hijinks, mostly performed by people clearly out of their teens.
The movie doesn't even really have a protagonist. There are two obnoxious idiots - one who looks to be well into his thirties - who are in perhaps more scenes than any of the other characters. I guess they're the protagonists. They make no impression, other than vague annoyance.
Then there's a gang of biker toughs, and a fat guy who wants to join the gang, so he has to lose his virginity, and they get him a hooker while they watch the action from the windows. Not that the movie has any sex.
It does have some nudity, including some from a woman whose nipples and areolae are markedly the same colour as her breasts, and so are almost invisible.
There's also a scene where a guy rides a motorbike into water, for some reason.
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