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Thirty somethings Gayle, Becky and Judi--best friends and female nerds from way back--are headed to Texas' South Padre Island, vacationing spot for young, beautiful and wild college co-eds. But they've been saddled with chaperoning Senator Kay Bee Hartmann's notoriously out-of-control daughter, Ashley. Now, when the three discover that Ashley's reputation is unearned and that she's an even bigger geek than the three friends, all four decide that now is the week to get wild and crazy for the first time in their lives!
© 2009 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
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Raunchy comedy is a waste of time, brain cells.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a comedy that takes the concept of spring break to its most outrageous levels. While there is no actual nudity, college-aged girls wear bikinis, tight shorts, thongs, etc. and little else throughout the film. The dialogue is filled with references to body parts, coarse swearing, and crude language, all delivered to get laughs. Sexual episodes include: lots of sexy dancing, passionate kissing, girls kissing, a "threesome," and a glimpse of a gay massage. Kids, having no adult supervision, spend a week dancing, drinking, getting drunk, and letting their libidos run wild. Even the semi-sensible adults, of which there are only a few, get caught up in the rowdy, self-indulgent, never-ending party.
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- Release Date:March 14, 2008
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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