Spring Break (1983)
Columbia Pictures released Spring Break to theaters on March 25, 1983. Sean S. Cunningham directed the film starring David Knell, Steve Bassett, and Perry Lang.
‘Spring Break’ Movie Synopsis
In Spring Break, Stu & O.T. are two studs from the big city who arrive in Fort Lauderdale for spring break. They soon find that a couple of college nerds named Nelson & Adam discover already occupy the room the boys reserved at the over-crowded motel. With little choice, Nelson & Adam reluctantly agree to share the room with Stu & O.T. in return for the guy showing them a good time. Unfortunately, Nelson’s controlling step-dad shows up to spoil wet-T-shirt contests and beer-guzzling debauchery. While he tries to shut down the motel, they boy just look to havbe a little fun.
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Columbia Pictures Fox released Spring Break to theaters on March 25, 1983. Sean S. Cunningham directed the film starring David Knell, Steve Bassett, and Perry Lang.
1 star? You’re nuts! This is a classic and one of my favorite all time films!
Hi, Eric. We don’t use “nuts” when discussing Chris due to legal blowback from his psychiatrist. “Foolishly Opinionated” would be the correct clinical term. 😉 I think he was just pissed he got stuck in Arizona and missed the Spring Break hooliganism, drinking and general debauchery that Fort Lauderdale had in his college years. I can’t give him too much grief though. He subjected himself to the entire Andy Sidaris canon of quality T&A filmdom when I quit watching after Hope Marie Carlton left the series. His pain tolerance is matched only by Chad & Shane on our podcasts, God bless ’em.
P.S. I think his grade would have increased had the lead singer of the band actually done what most Penthouse Pet-O’-The-Years do when in movies which is to disrobe… But I believe Chris felt the “diss” when she chose to stay robed. Hence the one star I would surmise. Our loss… until “Amazon Women On The Moon” (thank God!!!).