Fraternity Vacation

1985

Comedy

62
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 1,958

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Cast

Barbara Crampton as Lena O'Neill
Britt Ekland as Duchess Irma
Matt McCoy as Suarez
Tim Robbins as Boe
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865.07 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
94 min
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1.57 GB
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English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
94 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Idolprincess 4 / 10 / 10

The title is enough to understand what this movie is about.

This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen, yet it was still entertaining. It represents everything that was bad in the 80's: sex comedies, college or high school related "exploitation" movies, "resort" movies. To some people it might be "delightfully" bad. This is why I'm not going to completely diss this goofy movie. You know the plot, you've seen it in other movies of this genre. A group of college kids are going on a vacation with only one thing on their mind: sex. The rest of the movie is just useless frills. What makes this movie so appealing [ yeah, there is some kind of appeal to it.. ] is the fact that it's so goofy and stupid. If this movie was made today, it would probably be offensive. Oh, another good point: the main character who is a shy innocent charming nerd who doesn't know much about girls. [ aww ] If you just want an awful movie to watch with your friends and laugh at, this might be a good choice.

Reviewed by Joy-33 6 / 10 / 10

Not one of the best made movies, but it gives a lot of laughs while showing the perfect college fantasy--college being one big party!

I thought this movie was great! As a college student it's nice to see someone's fantasy of what college should be like--a trip to the beach with nothing on your mind but having a good time. Tim Robbins is hysterical in his role, as is the rest of the cast--why don't we hear of it more?

Reviewed by vertigo_14 6 / 10 / 10

Kind of like a male version of Shag. (spoilers)

I remember Fraternity Vacation being a pleasant comedy. Two college frat boys (Tim Robbins as Larry, and Cameron Dye as Joe) take advantage of their friend, nerdy Wendell's (Stephen Geoffreys) generous hospitality when he invites them to share his father's beachside condo for Spring Break. Larry and Joe see it as the perfect opportunity for one thing: picking up girls. And, on the side, to Wendell find a women, too. It is the typical 80s virgin theme and the attempts by horny young men to help themselves (or in this case, their friends) lose his virginity to (hopefully) some beautiful beach bimbo. Only, Larry and Joe are not at all subtle about what they want and Wendell, who is more of a careful romantic, actually has more success. It is a beach romp with something of a heart of gold finale for our kind main character, Wendell. So, aside from the typical boobs, beers, and parties prevalent in these types of 80s comedies, there is also something for female viewers to appreciate, at least through some of Larry and Joe's dimwitted hijinks or Wendell's sincerity and (eventually) happy ending. It is sort of a male version of 'Shag.' Give it a try if you can find it.

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