A mentally disturbed young woman takes a job at a posh country club and falls in with a clique of wealthy college kids where she's taken under the wing of the clique's twisted leader, who harbors some dark secrets too terrifying to tell.
Having discovered her fiancé Tim Truman kissing another woman, Meg Cummings leaves her home in Kansas on their wedding day to start a new life in Sunset Beach, California. Her goal is to ... See full summary »
A titillating teen comedy, a young surfer and his friends head to Costa Rica to save his beautiful aunt's beach motel, resurrect an old surf champion and find enough waves and women to make for a totally tasty time.
A woman leaves her husband in their hotel room and finds she's unable to return. After inquiring with the staff, they insist that not only are they not registered guests, no one has seen her before. Panic and confusion begin to take hold.
One of Samaire Armstrong's first movies and right funny, even if it is a mite cornball and cartoonish. This is not at all a surprising tone really, since the writer and director Sheppard is a veteran writer of some of great animated cartoons including Steven Spielbergs Pinky and Brain. The actors are funny and seem to be having a good time. I love Samaire but also enjoyed the others too. Johnathon Penner is wonderful and Stephanie Beacham too. All of them really. Brad Rowe remind me of young Robert Redford. I like Susan Ward from Sunset Beach, and she has really grown up since then. She is a good comedy actress - surprised me! The camera work is nice and the music was pretty also. I love it myself and laughed a lot.
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