The Malibu Bikini Shop
After inheriting a failing bikini shop, two recent grads decide to make a go of it. One, in the hopes of building it into a successful business, the other, in the hopes of getting to look at lots of women in (and out) of swimsuits. As they try more and more outrageous ways of drumming up business, their antics begin attracting some unwanted attention. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher
- Stars:Michael David Wright, Bruce Greenwood, Amanda Horan Kennedy, Debra Blee, Jay Robinson, Galyn Görg, Ami Julius, Frank Nelson, Kathleen Freeman, Jon Rashad Kamal, Beverly Sanders, Harvey J. Goldenberg, Barbara Minkus, Rita Jenrette, Jim Boelsen,
- Director:David Wechter,
- Writer:David Wechter
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The Malibu Bikini Shop torrent reviews
(es) wrote: First let me say, this movie wasn't that great. There were few action sequences that really even catch your eye. Hell there were only a few period. I thought this was going to be a real sweet martial arts film. I was sorely mistaken. Was it dirt? No. Was it battlefield earth crap? No. Is it worth the rental. No. Any old martial arts film sadly puts this one to rest. With a story that is simple and practically mundane, dialogue that is just childish, and plot twists that make you go "wait what?." Oh and if you do rent it....wait till it's actually over..because they hint at a sequel, or sex, or both -- who knows.
(br) wrote: This is a freaking out film, I expected a dingo to come to take that devil's child away any minute. Very disappointing ending.
(es) wrote: Pretty good, kinda annoying.
(ca) wrote: Sweet but really awkward.
(ag) wrote: It's kind of a cheeky soap-opera with quirky dialogue and editing. And then there is the sexpot lead played by Alaina Capri. She's the bratty, busty & strangely sophisticated neighborhood floozy. It's probably more entertaining than many of your standard more mainstream 1960s dramas. And it's certainly more restrained than most of Meyer's films. It hasn't dated strangely in an icky manner like many of Meyer's films. I don't think it's a bad film for what it is; the slightly saucy, insolent side of 1960s cinema.
(mx) wrote: Unusual and memorable, a noir masterpiece. Mean little wonder of a flick.
(au) wrote: Slow. Worthy performances by Wilson and poeller, nice to see galafanakis do something different than Goofy. Plot was silly. Could have developed characters better. Even the tree deserved some better development. Romance component was not believable.
(gb) wrote: A couple goes on vacation and everything goes wrong. How original..... Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy's chemistry is fine, but Just Married is Just Not Funny (not to mention Kutcher isn't funny at all here).