Spring Break

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1983

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Director:
Sean S. Cunningham
Released:
1983
Rating:
R
Spring Break is vintage 80s fun with sun, beer, women and rockin' tunes. Stu (Paul Land) and O.T. (Steve Bassett) are two cool guys headed to Fort Lauderdale to party for spring break. Once they arrive, they find their hotel room has already been given away to a couple of nerds, Nelson (David Knell) and Adam (Perry Lang). The two duos decide to make the best of it: the four of them share the room, and Stu and O.T. agree to show Nelson and Adam a good time. They all go on a classic spring break adventure. There are belly flop and wet T-shirt contests, beer drinking and general shenanigans that one would expect from spring break. Everybody ends up getting laid and having a radical time. If the 80s are your thing, then Spring Break will provide you with a fun, little trip and give you a blast from the past.

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  • 30

    The New York Times Janet Maslin

    Each beer-guzzling marathon inevitably leads to one of those bathroom scenes that provide the film with just about its only jokes.

  • 25

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    The lockstep mentalities who made this movie tell their story entirely from a boring male point of view, supply us with male wimps and studs who are equally uninteresting, and view...

  • 25

    Miami Herald Bill Cosford

    Implausibly, irretrievably boring -- an affront to its undemanding genre. [28 March 1983, p.C6]

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Comedy

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Romantic Comedy