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Bikini Island (1991)

"Swimwear Illustrated" is approaching its fifteenth anniversary issue. From a group of eager and beautiful young women, five are chosen for a photo shoot on an island off the California ... See full summary »

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(as Anthony Markes)

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Holly Floria ... Annie
Alicia Anne ... Ursula
Jackson Robinson ... Jack Denton
Kelly Poole ... Brian Michael
Cheryl Janecky ... Anesa Cronin (as Sherry Johnson)
Gaston LeGaf ... Pat
Shannon Stiles ... Nikki
Kathleen McOsker ... Tasha
Terry Miller ... Frab
... Leon DeLodge (as Seth Thomas)
Cyndi Pass ... Kari
Jim E. Jae ... Photographer on Cliff
... Producer on Cliff (as Dean Elias)
Laura Lang ... Stylist on Cliff
Rachel Kligerman ... Assistant on Cliff
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"Swimwear Illustrated" is approaching its fifteenth anniversary issue. From a group of eager and beautiful young women, five are chosen for a photo shoot on an island off the California coast. One of the five will be the cover girl, and she'll get an extra $100,000. On the island, the group stays at an isolated inn, staffed by the odd Frab. There's him, the five models, and four magazine staff: photographer, make-up man, ambitious assistant Anesa, and Jack Denton, the playboy in charge of production. One by one, models and staff disappear, leaving Jack notes of apologetic farewell. But have they left by choice, or is murder afoot? Who would commit such crimes, and why? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Sex, Sun and Murder...


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26 July 1991 (USA)  »

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A Ilha do Pecado  »

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Stuntman Jay C. Currin was killed the first day of filming when a stunt-fall went wrong and he landed on rocks. See more »

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Leon Delodge: I want those girls in the magazine, not in your bed!
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slightly better than static
23 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

Okay, you don't expect a movie with a name like Bikini Island to be intellectually stimulating or filled with great acting or an actual plot, but you wouldn't think it would be boring, would you? This movie is boring. The starlets are attractive, and costumes and acting are kept to a minimum. The plot is simple: Swimsuit magazine sends models with sleazy photographers and manager to a remote island paradise for a photoshoot. The girl chosen for the cover gets an additional $100,000. The girls start disappearing one by one. Most of the people who die are smothered to death with a toilet plunger, believe it or not. Every cliche you can imagine is trotted out, but very little is ever done with them. I had trouble caring who died or who was doing the killing. Very little effort was spent developing personalities for the models, and the manager, female escort and photographers were pretty much stereotype characters. This movie offers nothing new, there are better swimsuit models dying on an island movies out there.


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