When Gus Bazooka built his gym he never imagined that his sons, Angus and Judah, would someday battle for control. However, after Gus' untimely death (caused by watching a topless ...
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A horny student killed in a car crash becomes a ghost who can make himself invisible or corporal at will. With the help of his perverted ghost guide, old uncle Pinky, he goes on sexcapades, takes on the principal and finds true love.
Josie Hart (Amy Lynn Baxter) is a columnist for advice-to-the-lovelorn and always ready with a sage observation for her readers. Alas, she's at a loss for words when she herself falls for ... See full summary »
Ernest G. Sauer
Amy Lynn Baxter,
When Gus Bazooka built his gym he never imagined that his sons, Angus and Judah, would someday battle for control. However, after Gus' untimely death (caused by watching a topless racquetball game) the future of the business becomes uncertain and the brothers make a wager to see who will take sole ownership of the gym.Written by
This is one of the better hooter comedies I have come across in quite a while, and I have seen a lot of them. The girls are cute; the comedy is playful; and there is a pretty good amount of topless nudity. The opening scene, involving a racquetball challenge, is not to be missed! The technical video quality is very good, with a sharp picture, good color quality, and crisp audio.
The plot is one of the old standards: A beloved business is going to fail unless we can think of some way -- preferably something involving cute naked girls -- to save it!!! There are a lot of new faces (and, well, you know) in this one; this is the first appearance listed for most of the cast, and the second for the writer/director. They're off to a good start!
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