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« on: December 04, 2006, 04:26:28 PM »

I'm searching for a movie I've only seen a slight clip from. It starts off with a guy in a Hawaii-shirt and an UZI-wielding super-aryan tossing frisbees at the beach, while a buxom bimbo stands idly by. A few seconds later she is sent away, and killer dialogue follows:
"Hey, Corleen! You've got a great ass."
"You're not so bad yourself, pilgrim"

At this point, the joyful romp in the sand turns awry, as the guys go all testo. Some grunting and staring ensues, and after a few more tosses, "Pilgrim" exchanges his frisbee for a razor-encrusted copy, and flings it into the über-aryan's throat. Grisly death ahoy!

I need to see more of this movie. Any clues?
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« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2006, 06:17:10 PM »

Pretty sure it's "Surf Nazi's Must Die". 

IMDB - http://imdb.com/title/tt0094077/

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« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2006, 09:37:40 PM »

I don't know which one it is, but it's one of Andy Sidaris' movies. You can pretty well interchange most of them: A horde of steroid-ridden males and silicon-ridden females battle it out in Hawaii. The bad guys want to take over the world or start a crime syndicate or simply fulfill their nefarious schemes, and the secret government agency of supermodels with large muscles / breasts (usually depending on their gender) but no acting skills whatsoever gather together a huge number of second-rate gadgets and emerge victorious so they can get back to the hot tub. The first one, Malibu Express, was almost passable (at least when I saw it back in the 80s). The next, Hard Ticket to Hawaii, was watchable but still pretty lame. After that, they all run together.

I'm thinking the one you're talking about is either HTtH or its sequel, Picasso Trigger. Sidaris' movies mostly exist for the T&A. I guess that's okay, but I've just never really cared much for enormous, fake boobs. I think they'd look silly on me  TeddyR
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« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2006, 03:22:53 AM »

It does sound like something from Andy Sidaris, but which? Savage Beach? L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach? Something else?

A quick check of cast list of several of his films and Surf Nazis reveals no one called Corleen. Might it be Colleen, badly pronounced by a bad actor?

His films are spy, gun, and nudity fests aimed at the 13-year old in most of us. They aren't adult enough to pass as real porn, and the excuses for plot and action seem to suit what a teen would come up with. I know that's why I liked them when I first saw them.

Reseeing some of them on Spike before I got rid of cable, they had the same air despite the edits. It was funny to watch them and recognize certain guns, props, cars, planes, and boats from film to film. Might be different actors playing returning characters but the stuff they used was the same.
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« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2006, 09:49:49 AM »

My best guess as to which Sidaris film would be Picasso Trigger. I stopped watching them with either that one or Savage Beach, and I've seen the scene mentioned, so I know it's in one of those. I know it's not Malibu Express, and the more I think about it (a painful process), I don't believe it was Hard Ticket to Hawaii. That pretty much leaves Picasso Trigger in my mind.
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