Anthropology Professor Robert Orwell Sutwell and his secretary Marianne are studying the sex habits of teenagers. The surfing teens led by Frankie and Dee Dee don't have much sex but they sing, battle the motorcycle rats and mice led by Eric Von Zipper and dance to Dick Dale and the Del Tones.
- Stars:Robert Cummings, Dorothy Malone, Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Morey Amsterdam, Harvey Lembeck, Eva Six, John Ashley, Jody McCrea, Dick Dale and the Del Tones, Andy Romano, Jerry Brutsche, Bob Harvey, John Macchia, Alberta Nelson,
- Director:William Asher,
- Writer:Lou Rusoff
The first of the five official American-International "Beach Party" movies. Anthropology Professor Robert Orwell Sutwell and his secretary Marianne are studying the sex habits of teenagers.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beach Party torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A kind of affectless and flat story of Gallic teenage angst, 'Water Lilies' follows the lives of three teenaged girls who feud, fume, and puzzle over boys. Very minimal as to story, the parties, swimming competitions, and scenes of homelife provide the typical coming-of-age story settings for what is mostly a contemplative dissection of adolescent psychology. It's very understated but quite good.
(br) wrote: 3 stories in one. 3 different ages, one love.
(ru) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(ru) wrote: 3.5/10. This German and United Kingdom co-production is ultra cheap and very crappy. Very amateur production, I am surprised Donald Sutherland even went near the film. The score is particularly bad, the acting is not good. It's a big mess of a film.
(br) wrote: Not my favourite Robin Williams movie.
(mx) wrote: so Boring... "Comedy" my grandma's a** It didn't even made me smile, let alone laugh ! Total waste of time.
(jp) wrote: I was bored last night so I watched this b-movie featuring Michael Dudikoff (the guy from American Ninja). Sadly, it didn't have much to offer.
(fr) wrote: The MST3K version is funnier.
(es) wrote: Mean Streets doesn't live up to its name. The characters are soft, the fights are clumsy and awkward and the plot is mostly boring. There are some interesting moments, the murder in the bar and the explosive finally, but this film is only entertaining in violent bursts. Harvey Kettle's performance is nuanced and intriguing, with his spiritual confusion, but Robert De Niro is just a restless, angry idiot. Maybe the film's low-key and casual interplay make it more realistic, but it wasn't at all what I thought it would be.
(jp) wrote: This sucked. A total confusing mess of plot/writing with too much going on and not a damn given through out. The acting was average for most of the cast. The alien worms coming out of people butts? Come on Stephen King, you're better than that. The parts with cast were children was the only good part of the film but even that was flawed. The film seems too long as well, could've shaved off a few minutes to make it slightly less crappy. There are better adaptions of King's work, you should avoid this one by all costs unless you don't think what-so-ever, which even then is a little insulting.
(kr) wrote: I thought this was a pretty good cyberpunk/Neil Gaiman 'Neuromancer' like/never seen in the big screens movie. Recommend it.
(jp) wrote: I expected more from Ken Loach plus I didn't like the ending