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Brad William Henke,
A titillating teen comedy, a young surfer and his friends head to Costa Rica to save his beautiful aunt's beach motel, resurrect an old surf champion and find enough waves and women to make for a totally tasty time.
I caught this on TV while vacationing in Greece, and really enjoyed it, so I was happy to see it's out on DVD now, and picked up a copy. Samaire Armstrong is absolutely adorable in this. I had no idea she was actually funny (she never did much for me on the O.C.), but her character in this is a real hoot. Likewise, Susan Ward manages to be funny and sexy at the same time. In fact, the whole cast appears to be having a great time -- the guy who played Kenny Bania on Seinfeld is so funny as a weirdo priest, and he nearly steals the whole film -- but the Llama really steals the show. Never been a big Brad Rowe fan, but he's a good straight man amid all the craziness. He's maybe a bit too handsome to be totally believable as a guy who has trouble meeting women, but then again, he's got a creepy mustache, and that's probably working against him. All in all, a fun, silly little comedy. Some uneven moments, but more laughs than you get from the big Hollywood comedies.
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