The Real Cancun

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Released 2003

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The Real Cancun

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2003
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The Real Cancun is a 2003 American reality film that chronicled the debauchery of Americans partying in Cancun, Mexico. When the sixteen cast members arrive in Cancun, they arrive expecting revelry and hard partying. Romance blossoms between many of the cast members, and the film is famous for showing (though not in a graphic nature) non-simulated sex between the various partiers. When the film was released it was considered an embarrassment of American cinema, and was a box-office bomb. Nominated for a 2003 Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture, The Real Cancun was directed by Rick de Oliveira and produced Bunim-Murray Productions, the production company behind the popular series The Real World. The film stars Nicole Frilot, Roxanne Frilot, Brittany Brown-Hart, David Ingber, Jeremy Jazwinski, Michael Scherer, Amber Madsion, Paul Malbry, Matthew Slenske, Laura Ramsey and many others.

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  • 80

    Variety Scott Foundas

    Unabashedly tasteless, wholly trashy and, also, hugely entertaining.

  • 70

    Los Angeles Times

    The result is surprisingly genial, even innocent -- a movie without a screenplay that echoes countless coming-of-age-at-the-beach movies, except maybe "Weekend at Bernie's."

  • 20

    The New York Times Lawrence Van Gelder

    All its 89 minutes of fast cuts, swooping overhead shots, sun, surf, song, sunburn and sex cannot obscure the extent of its shallowness.

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