Walter Davis (Bruce Willis), junior exec at a Los Angeles investment
bank, can’t get a date. Who has time for romance after arduous sixteen-hour days
at the office, massaging the assets of such valuable clients as Japanese tycoon
Yakamoto (Sab Shimono)? Unfortunately, the bank now plans a formal dinner in Mr.
Yakamoto’s honor and it would be unthinkable for Walter to turn up stag. What a
difficulty. Who will volunteer as the “extra woman," Walter’s blind date for
Enter Nadia Gates, an acquaintance of Walter’s brother Ted
(Phil Hartman). Turns out that Walter’s date is Kim Basinger circa 1987. Could
be worse, right? But Nadia’s extraordinary beauty comes with a catch.
“Don’t get her drunk,” Ted warns. “If you get her drunk, she
Mile 420, on I-70 east of Denver, will no longer be marked
with a road sign due to repeated theft, Denver's Fox TV affiliate reports. Colorado
Department of Transportation’s next best milestone is 419.99 (pictured).
It doesn't get much better than this. (Cover detail via Amazon)
Slapstick. Skimpy outfits. Stunning young actors. And a guy
from Animal House.
Sound good? Set your brain to Neutral and settle in for 91
minutes of uncomplicated T&A.
Memorial Day comes gloriously to Paradise Beach, CA. Aspiring
law student Sarah (Debra Blee) house-sits her uncle Carl’s beach property while
he’s out of town. Large and luxurious with an ocean view, sauna, hot tub and pool,
Carl’s place won’t be easy to manage. Better call in two more super-hot chicks (Val
Kline and Jeana Tomasina as Ginger and Ducky) to help.
Ginger (inexplicably blonde) quickly recruits a gaggle of randomly
selected teen partygoers, starting with Scott Daniels (James Daughton, better
known for Greg Marmalard in Animal House),
a guitar-wielding hitchhiker picked up en route. The rest she finds in the
Yellow Pages. It’s a bacchanal of randy delivery boys and even a young cop (Channing
Clarkson) who, investigating a noise complaint, somehow forgets his job and
joins the fun.