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Welcome 2 Ibiza (2003)

A young woman from America inherits a beach bar in Ibiza, Spain, and soon experiences all kind of wild and crazy adventures.

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David Winters
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Credited cast:
Athena Cansino Athena Cansino ... Lauren
Mariano Alameda Mariano Alameda ... Angelito
Megan Gray ... Beth
G.W. Stevens G.W. Stevens
Mackenzie Astin ... Nick
Gary Busey ... Cortez
Bárbara Elorrieta Bárbara Elorrieta ... Hippie
Mark Underwood Mark Underwood ... Hippy / Mime
David Winters ... Uncle Sam
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Antonio Cantos ... MARGARITA
César Capilla César Capilla ... (as César Díaz)
Sami Reed Sami Reed
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This is the story of Lauren, a young woman from America who learns that her Uncle Sam has been missing at sea, and that as a result she has inherited a beach bar in the island of Ibiza, Spain. When she arrives, she meets Angelito, a handsome and young Spanish artist. They go to the bar, only to find it rundown. Depressed, Lauren returns to town where she meets Beth, another young American woman working in a bar, who offers to show her the town, Marilyn, a passionate young dancer who was fired after a altercation with a group of drunk buffoons, and Crazy Larry, a wacky British DJ who also was fired when he accidentally threw up on his boss. Together, they decide to renovate the bar and get business running again. Meanwhile, Beth's ex, Nick has come from the States to try to get back together with her. But romance on the rocks is the least of their worries, when they discover that Angelito's father is being held captive by Cortez, a local gangster. Will Beth and Nick get back together? ... Written by KLange

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They Came. They Saw. They Partied.

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Action | Comedy | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

February 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Welcome to Ibiza See more »

Filming Locations:

Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain

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This deserves a DVD release now.
10 January 2006 | by JimShanksSee all my reviews

This has to be one of the funniest multi-national action comedy drama crime capers set in Ibiza that I've ever seen. It's got everything in it. Some superb photography, hilarious set pieces (the statue gag is a classic), slightly questionable art direction (why all the chiffon?) but above all a wonderful effort.

Gary Busey steals every scene he's in, apart from the ones featuring the fabulous Mike Burnside (I loved that teeth gag). Only someone as seasoned as Martin Cove could have bettered Busey in this I think.

If anything, what the film really needed were more whip-pans and musical montages, then I would have given it a straight ten out of ten.

However, the witty dialogue is just pucker, the action scenes thrilling (how did they do that with the melons? CGI?) and the splendid music by Hard-Fi's Richard Archer gives the film a real kick.

All in all, this film is Wicked The Movie! Oh, and did anyone else notice the sublime cameo from Yeti front man Harmony Williams as the thieving hippy?


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