Rival ski instructors at a prestigious mountain school compete to save their jobs. The infamous "Section Eight", a popular group of skiing partiers are up against some rich stiffs whose only thought is beating their arch rivals in the annual spring pageant.Written by
The character of David Marshack was originally scripted, and played out as David Marshall. However, feeling the name was too bland, Marshall was dubbed over with Marshack; unfortunately, the mouth movements of the other characters do not hide this fact as well as the director would have liked. Nor were the visual cues changed: at just under 1 hour into the film, the place card for David Marshall can be clearly seen on the leader board, just as Marshack slides to a halt beneath it. See more »
As Section 1 throws Section 8 out of the party, Reid's buddies can be heard saying "don't come back here again", but no one is moving their lips. See more »
Au revoir mon cherie! One day we will run naked under a fuuulllll mooonnnn!
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Written and Performed by Lock Up on Geffen Records
Published by Sugarbush Beebe Music / Magic Mange Kitty Music / Hippo Boom Music / Ball and Chain Music / Fifth Floor
Hippo Boom Music / Ball and Chain Music / Fifth Floor Music (ASCAP)
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Idiotic and Innocent ...
This is movie is probably generation-specific; I'll bet you could appreciate it much more if you saw it in it's day. Seeing it today, it comes across as innocent and light-hearted rather than laugh-out-loud funny. It's geared towards the slacker mentality of the early 90s: partying, goofing off and women.
In the movie, there are basically two ski school groups who are at odds with each other: rich/elitist/serious skiers and slacker/party-focused lunatics. They use the Whistler Pageant competition to determine which group should remain at the resort and which should go.
The film is clearly geared to high-school males. There's beer, nudity and lots of girls (none of which have any real speaking roles). There are a few colorful ski scenes which are interspersed throughout the movie, but the it mainly takes place indoors than on the slope.
It may appeal to you if you're looking for a light-hearted teen-party movie (and moreso if you like ski themes). Otherwise, there's no point in seeing it.
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