The gang from Dorm Daze is back, but this time they're on a cruise ship on a tropical voyage through the high seas. The captain and crew of the Surveyor, a floating classroom for Billingsley University's Sea program, is about to make a voyage they'll never forget. The cruise makes an educational stop at the island of San Paradiso, where the students are supposed to explore an important archaeological site. Things go from normal to crazy as their visit coincides with every other college's spring break. The moment the boat docks, classes are over! For these Billingsley students, their Semester at Sea will be an adventure no one will ever forget.Written by
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Written by David Manzanares and Michael Manzanares (BMI)
Published by David and Michael Manzanares / Copyright Control (BMI)
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Okay Late Viewing
This is starting to be a film that I see when flipping thru the channels (and darn if Fios has a lot) late night to see if anything good is on to watch. It is relatively painless on that level, though it is hard to imagine too many will find it worthwhile to watch the whole thing. It is one of those films, however, you can mindlessly watch parts of, especially if you aren't desiring to think much. Drinking or being half asleep will help here or something along those lines.
The film is very frenetic -- it aims, especially during the extended play performance climax -- for slapstick style farce. I think it deserves a bit of love for at times managing to do this 1/2 well. It's not really that easy to do, especially with such a large cast.
Take the scene where two characters are trying to get into mood for sex. While this is happening, other things occur, and it all comes together when one of the boob characters accidentally falls over the ledge (because of some other plot development), down to his butt ramming against the cabin window. A crowd of people come in while this occurs. Basically, I'm saying, it requires some degree of plotting the situations to put this all together. It isn't that funny, mind you, but I respected the skill of it all.
Who expects much from a sequel to a film of this nature anyway? So, not much of a positive rating, but I do respect the effort. I think some of these people, including the creators of the film, might have enough talent that in another context, they could make a superior product.
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