Since Larry works at a garage, he gets to use one of the Rolls Royces. There is only one problem, there is a briefcase full of money in the trunk. So when Larry and his cousin Steve decide ...
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Since Larry works at a garage, he gets to use one of the Rolls Royces. There is only one problem, there is a briefcase full of money in the trunk. So when Larry and his cousin Steve decide to go to Palm Springs to look for Ms. Right at a popular beauty pageant, the owner of the briefcase will do the impossible to get it back.Written by
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Reunites Zach Galligan and Corey Feldman, who previously acted alongside each other in Gremlins (1984). See more »
When Steve and Larry switch seats in the car, Steve is wearing sockless sneakers. However, when they get out of the car, he has white socks on. See more »
Epitomizes the Genre
This movie is proof that they must have had such a backlog of bad eighties teen sex comedies that they were still making them in the early nineties. If you are an afficionado of bad movies that show up on late night cable, then perhaps this movie is for you. Corey Feldman and Zach Galligan 'borrow' a Rolls Royce from the garage Corey works at when he is not performing as Boingo the Clown. They get mixed up with a suitcase of counterfeit drug money, an incompetent gangster played by Ray Sharkey, and a beauty pageant of models at a beachside resort. For a trashy, talentless movie, this is gold. Look for former Playboy model Julie McCullough as the girl next door with a heart of gold who wants to be a model. She is, of course, unnoticed by the guys early in the film because she wears, gasp, glasses! A true classic of cinema dreck.
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