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National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2: College @ Sea (Unrated Edition)

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This time the turf hits the surf as the students of Billingsley U ditch campus life for fun, sun and high times on the high seas. When the good ship Surveyor leaves port for romantic Mexico, rules, inhibitions and school clothes are quickly cast off as the salty air and the skimpy swim wear get everyone in the mood to mate. All aboard for laughs as these college hotties put the motion in the ocean in this wet 'n' wild romantic comedy.

Special Features

  • Director commentary
  • Deleted scenes with optional commentary
  • Vida Guerra featurette
  • Blooper and gag reel

Product Details

  • Actors: Gable Carr, Patrick Casey, Patrick Cavanaugh, James DeBello, Marieh Delfino
  • Directors: David Hillenbrand, Scott Hillenbrand
  • Writers: Patrick Casey, Josh Miller
  • Producers: Albert Miniaci, Brian Farber, Christopher Duddy, Dave O'Brien
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 5, 2006
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GB5M4C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,145 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Dorm Daze 2, sequal to Dorm Daze released a couple of years ago, takes place as our college characters from the previous movie set sail on a college cruise. The main theme on this cruise again is sex and alcohol, the quality things to do in college. The plot that ties this movie together is a stolen diamond that one of the professors had heisted after his archeological venture. Also tied in with our characters is a play that one of them has produced that they will be performing in a competition while at see. The play itself revolves around a diamond robbery. Again, their are some funny things that go on in this movie, but for me it was a little chaotic, at least the first movie took place around a dorm and seemed more plausable and a funny exageration of dorm life. This movie seems to play on some fantasy world where pretty much a whole college goes on a cruise for 2 months at a time with professors, advisors, and the College dean all going along to teach class. I guess they must all be rich. This movie was much more pieced together, thinner threads tieing things together,and I don't even think they introduced some of the characters again until mid-movie eg. Fusball, who is in the movie throughout but his name isn't mentioned until about 40 minutes in. They expect that I have remembered all of these people's name from the first movie and what they did their. Actually, this movie's plot has little to do with the first one except for the character's playing the parts. Overall, humerous moments, but just not spectacular in my book, and not the best national lampoon's production.
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I had zero expectations when I saw this thing but my girlfriend dragged me to it because her roommate acted in it and we both thought it was hilarious. There's about ten plots going on throughout which you have to be paying attention to if you want to really enjoy it so make sure you're sober when you see it. Her roommate was one of the few girls who stay fully clothed the whole move so be warned if you're watching this with your grandmother. (Unless your grandomother is a stripper) I don't know why it's not going to the theaters, it's much better than most of the crap I see that makes a fortune. Plus Vida Gerra is in it and the guy from Office Space who tries to kill himself.
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This is the worst teensploitation film I've ever seen. The jokes are flat and uninspired. There is absolutely no new ground broken here. Not a single memorable moment, with the exception of a slow motion scene in a woman's shower room.

But if it's skin you're looking for, hasn't the internet made movies like this obsolete? Why do I need to sit through 100 minutes of dumb plot and jokes that are all dead on arrival when I can take two minutes to do a google search for Vida Guera?
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As far as direct to video movies go, this wasn't all that bad.
They included a lot of characters and even the minor ones had a role
in the plot. The writers for this movie must have had an imaginative mind
to include so many lines coming from various actresses and actors.
You could probably pick out a character to relate to, since
there are so many in this movie. I can't say that it is the best out there, but if you need something
to lie in bed or on the couch to watch, the movie does entertain you.
The bloopers, outtakes, deleted scenes, and Vida Guerra Featurette (as it is called
in the dvd selection) are also fun to watch. There is surprisingly a lot of this included
in this direct to video dvd. The commentary feature with the Directors, Executive Producer, and Editor
provide a lot of information on how the movie was made and what the experience was while filming.
I would get the dvd if you're a big fan of Vida Guerra or some of the other actresses and actors
in this film that you may be a fan of. I actually became a fan of some of them after seeing the movie and hopefully they
will be in other movies or comedy movies in the future. If you are not a fan, then I can only recommend this
if you like low brow comedy. I'm not saying it is low brow comedy, in my own opinion, but some people might
like some more action and a faster paced movie. The movie itself is not as raunchy as I had expected and don't expect
the main characters or even some of the minor ones to do something unexpected. They do dress provocatively and look
good however. As I mentioned, if you're a fan of Vida Guerra, I would get the movie to watch her scenes along with
some of the extras featured with her.
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this one is sick & full of humor! however, it is stupid humor, I only laughed about half the time. lots of hot chicks in this film, including Vida Guerra. this is pretty much the film u'd expect it to be, partying, sex, drugs, nudity & so on... the premise, is a diamond has been stolen by a "pretend" investigator and a smart monkey amped up on drugs & such steals it shortly after the man is murdered but we don't know who did it. that person was looking to steal it from the original thief as the diamond is worth $4 million. but that's not the entire focuss of the film which is good cause I don't think anyone would want to watch a monkey running around everywhere with a diamond in its tiny little bag it uses to steal things. would get pretty dull. so in turn, we get a competition between two plays & I think we all know which ones the judges would've preferred, lol. however, I never found this film all that funny. the plot was really weird as they switched between both events and then had all these side characters doing other stuff and was all very distracting & not very well executed. I could pick apart a bunch of things wrong with this film but this film is just meant to be enjoyed without over-thinking it! otherwise, you might find yourself a little disappointed or u'll be hating it with passion. it's not a good film but may or may not be worth seeing.
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