Summer Job

Summer Job

In this adolescent comedy a group of college girls get summer jobs at a posh Florida resort and have assorted adventures when they begin competing for the best jobs and for the affections of a hunky male staff member.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1989
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prank,   beach,   bathtub,  

In this adolescent comedy a group of college girls get summer jobs at a posh Florida resort and have assorted adventures when they begin competing for the best jobs and for the affections of a hunky male staff member. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Summer Job torrent reviews

Oscar P (ca) wrote: Muy buena, a nadie se le habia ocurrido ver desde ese punto de vista esos incidentes.

Laura Charles M (it) wrote: Cute movie...definitely a chick flick movie night!

Iowa B (ru) wrote: Would have worked better as a surreal piece because sometimes it resembles one. But as it is, seems trapped between orinary and surreal.

David P (br) wrote: Loved This Movie Great Sequel, Excellent cast, and Loved Dwayne Johnson as a Gay Bodyguard He made the movie even funnier!!!!

Alex S (ag) wrote: Yes it's crap but it's entertaining, a very unusual action packed western comedy with a good cast.

Matthew m (au) wrote: crapest fim sequel ever

Matt D (us) wrote: This sci-fi/action movie is pretty corny at times, but has good action, and it makes you think about certain things; like what women and men really need from each other. Only movie ull see with a collection of toaster ovens and a missile fight.

Anna D (ag) wrote: Strange but sounds interesting

Quinto W (br) wrote: The film is very loose when it comes to a plot, but Sylvia Kristel is undoubtedly gorgeous, the scenery looks spectacular and the film is worth something for the milestone it represented as to how female sexuality was becoming more and more liberating.

Teddy L (au) wrote: THIS MOVIE IS A GEM WHY ARENT THERE MORE MEMES

Dylan D (ru) wrote: Embrace of the Vampire doesn't succeed beyond the superficial. It's unquestionably a good-looking movie, but that good look serves a purpose that's never fully realized. There's a good "purity" vs. "impurity" angle at work, but everything surrounding it feels so clich that it never finds much relevance beyond the immediate. Fans of the original will probably enjoy this one well enough, while newcomers might find a little bit of value in the sleek production and straightforward story.