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Screwballs II (1985)

Loose Screws (original title)
R | | Comedy | August 1985 (USA)
In the original tradition of "Screwballs," four horny teens try to get a shot at the sexy new French teacher.


Rafal Zielinski


Michael Cory (screenplay), Linda Shayne (screenplay "Screwballs") | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Bryan Genesse ... Brad Lovett (as Brian Genesse)
Lance Van Der Kolk Lance Van Der Kolk ... Steve Hardman
Alan Deveau Alan Deveau ... Hugh G. Rection
Jason Warren Jason Warren ... Marvin Eatmore
Annie McAuley Annie McAuley ... Nikki Nystroke
Karen Wood Karen Wood ... Gail Poulet
Liz Green Liz Green ... Tracey Gratehead
Mike MacDonald Mike MacDonald ... Principal Arsenault (as Mike McDonald)
Cynthia Belliveau ... Mona Lott (as Cyd Belliveau)
Deborah Lobban ... Hilda Von Blow (as Deborah Lobbin)
Carolyn Tweedle Carolyn Tweedle ... Female Teacher
Stephanie Sulik Stephanie Sulik ... Claudia Arsenault
Terrea Smith Terrea Smith ... Wendy the Waitress (as Terrea Oster)
Wayne Fleming Wayne Fleming ... Pig Pen M.C.
C.J. Lusby ... Bath Tub Girl (as Cindy Fidler)


Brad, Steve, Hue, and Marvin are four get-nowhere boys who are forced into summer school, ending up at Cockswell Academy under the supervision of Principal Arsenault. The boys play a game where they earn points for every girl with which they score. On misadventures of their own, they decide to go for the ultimate 100-point score, Mona Lott, the new French teacher. But when they're unable to get a shot at her, they end up in the unforgiving clutches of the principal. After all is lost, they take one final chance during the school's anniversary celebration. Written by Wallace Entertainment

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Did You Know?


The exercise dance number was knocked out in one day. See more »


The bathtub girl played by Cindy Fidler is seen exercising in the dorm room before she magically appears in the bathroom. See more »


Principal Hardbutt: Congratulations, these are lowest marks ever recorded at Beaver High. Don't you think four years of grade twelve is enough?
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Bryan Genesse's first name is spelled "Bryan" in the opening credits and "Brian" in the closing credits. See more »


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Dance Tonight
Words and Music by Errol Francis
Performed by Errol Francis and the Francis Factor
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the sequel to SCREWBALLS, not as fun as the original
1 May 2000 | by silentgpaleoSee all my reviews

LOOSE SCREWS reminds me of other lame sequels to sex romps. HOLLYWOOD HOTTUBS 2, BIKINI CAR WASH 3, EMMANUEL 34...the list goes on and on. And this film is no exception.

I liked the original film, SCREWBALLS. It was a silly comedy about five teen boys trying to get laid, and the many loose women and wacky adventures that the high schoolers encounter. It was a take on PORKY'S, but a much funnier one. There is genuine joy in SCREWBALLS, which is sorely lacking in LOOSE SCREWS.

Once again, we have characters trying to have sex, but the results are less funny this time. There's the fat guy, the nerdy guy, the womanizer: all of the cliches of the genre we have now come to expect. But, the cast is different, and the women are not the same ones from the original. While SCREWBALLS bordered on soft-core (granted very fun soft-core), LOOSE SCREWS is neutered. Nothing worse than a sex romp without sex.

Still, there are a few moments that made me laugh in this film, and maybe if you're feeling less discriminating one night, it's possible to enjoy the movie. Yet, after seeing SCREWBALLS, this film is a very pale second.

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Release Date:

August 1985 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Aurora, Ontario, Canada See more »


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CAD1,000,000 (estimated)
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