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Endless Bummer (2009)

R | | Comedy | 4 March 2014 (USA)
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A group of teens and a veteran surfer take a road trip from Ventura, California to the San Fernando Valley in order to track down a prized stolen surfboard.

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Sam Pillsbury

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John 'J.D.' Drury (story) (as John Drury), Kevin Lyman (story) | 5 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Khan Chittenden ... JD
Colton James ... Sparky
Ray Santiago ... Lardo
Allison Scagliotti ... Iris
Caitlin Wachs ... Anne
Richmond Arquette ... Harry
Jane Leeves ... Liv
Vanessa Angel ... Brenda
Adam Alt Adam Alt ... Shelburn House Party Band
Lee Ving ... Hot Rod Guy
Andrew Lewis Caldwell ... Kenny (as Andrew Caldwell)
Ben Rojas Ben Rojas ... Shelburn House Party Band
Andy Fischer-Price ... Brian Kramer
Nick Steinberg Nick Steinberg ... Shelburn House Party Band
Affion Crockett ... Coco
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From National Lampoon, the masters of raunchy comedy, comes a summer tale of beers, babes, and bros! In the surf town of Ventura, California, JD's surf board is stolen by a surfer from Los Angeles...a crime that cannot go unpunished. Gathering his friends and the local surf hero, Mike Mooney, they take a road trip to LA to get the surfboard back, then return to Ventura for the wildest summer party ever! Written by Anonymous

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NO Pants, NO Shoes, NO Problem! See more »

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, drug and alcohol use by teens, and some nudity | See all certifications »

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AKA: National Lampoon Presents: Surf Party See more »

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Destination Unknown
Written by Dale Bozzio, Terry Bozzio and Warren Cuccurullo
Performed by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
Produced by Kenny Laguna
Engineered & Mixed by Mike Scielzi
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts appear courtesy of Blackheart Records Group
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Take it for what it is
5 January 2010 | by jlrosengrenSee all my reviews

Take this movie for what it is. A snapshot of what life was like in the 80's in a suburban Southern California beach community. The correct approach is to soak up the feeling it evokes not rip the plot up. The plot isn't the point. Granted, it may not be a period piece many are interested in but it is accurate depiction of lower middle class life was like at that time with a lot of silliness mixed in. These are kids from single-family non-attentive households, not aspiring to anything beyond they know outside their little universe of beaches, girls and recreational drugs. It also shows how a gang mentality begins. These surfer kids were each others family and were very territorial. In this case a kid from the "Valley" (San Fernando Valley) was trespassing and stole one of the local kid's surfboards triggering a manhunt to retrieve it. No plan, no strategy, no thinking three steps ahead. In other words exactly how teenagers behave and think. It's lucky they were able to film in a place that basically hasn't changed in 20 years.


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English

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4 March 2014 (USA) See more »

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National Lampoon's Surf Party See more »

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Santa Clarita, California, USA See more »

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