Auggie and his friend, Drew, are a couple of "perpetual" college students - their school is so sick of them, they're going to let them graduate just to get rid of them. Augie is trying to 'make it big - fast (the proverbial "easy way"), and his latest scheme is to open a burger joint, and to help entice customers, he and Drew develop a very, very, very special sauce. But even though their place seems to be a huge success, there's an odd side effect: the special sauce is actually a sex drug, and that's where the trouble begins. —firstname.lastname@example.org
Excellent Performance by Jim Varney
This film begins with two college students named "Auggie Hamilton" (Clark Brandon) and "Drew Taylor" (Randal Patrick) getting kicked out of college due to their constant schemes to get rich quick by breaking all the rules. At first, they're not sure what they want to do in the real world, but when Drew's cousin "Samantha Brooks" (Tracy Griffith) begins thinking about selling her father's gas station over to a fast-food businessman named "Wrangler Bob Bundy" (Jim Varney), Auggie sees an opportunity and convinces her to convert it into a burger joint instead. However, Wrangler Bob is not someone who admits defeat easily and he soon becomes even more determined to have that piece of property--one way or the other. Now, rather than reveal any more, I will just say that I remember watching this movie when it first came out and, even though it's been over 30 years ago, I still find it to be quite entertaining today. On that note, I especially liked the performance of Jim Varney who excelled in his role and almost dominated every scene he was in. Likewise, having two beautiful actresses like Traci Lords (as "Dixie Love") and the aforementioned Tracy Griffith certainly didn't hurt either. Admittedly, it has lost a bit of its charm through the passage of time, but I still found it to be rather enjoyable and I have rated it accordingly.
- Feb 11, 2022
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