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The story takes place in California.
A couple of Mercedes-Benz cars as well as Toyota Corolla used for teenager booze run are seen without mandatory side running lamps, beefier bumpers, and sealed beam round or rectangle headlamp capsules.
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On-set pranks, various nut-shots, and bloopers are shown during the first portion of the closing credits. See more »
Go for laughs and entertainment, don't focus on the story.
This movie was supposed to be based on the actual Action Park in New Jersey which was a haven of stretching safety rules and "innovative" attractions as a way to compete with better funded parks popping up. It was deemed so unsafe and son many people were hurt that it eventually closed.
For some reason production could not source the rights to that story and came up with a different one. One that is written around quite laughable pranks and tricks. If you demand too much from this movie you will be disappointed, if you want to laugh just see it even if at points it seems rudderless.
Many characters weren't well developed in the story, but if there's a reason why I give it an 8 instead of a 6 is Eleanor Worthington-Cox. She's too talented for a film like this, yet when the script allowed she really pulled it off.
Just go and see it and laugh.
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