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Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding (2003)

Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding





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Fans of the old Baywatch TV series take heart. Despite all evidence to the contrary, legendary lifeguard Mitch Buchannon (David Hasselhoff) was not killed in that explosion during the series' final season. Instead, he has been suffering from amnesia for the past three years, and has now re-emerged from the shadows with a stunning new fiancée in tow. The lovely Allison bears an astonishing resemblance to Mitch's long-dead sweetheart, policewoman Stephanie Holden -- as well she may, since Allison is also played by the series' Alexandra Paul. Virtually all of the old Baywatch regulars gather together for the lavish wedding of Mitch and Shannon in Hawaii, little suspecting that Allison is actually in league with an old enemy of Mitch's who has set his cold, black heart on a horrible revenge. Is there anyone in the wedding party who will step up and rescue Mitch from certain doom? Perhaps his ex-wife Neely Capshaw (Gena Lee Nolin), or the still beautiful, incredibly pneumatic Casey Jean Parker (who else but Pamela Anderson)? The sort of TV-movie fare for which sweeps weeks were invented, Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding made its Fox network debut February 28, 2003.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Television, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Douglas Schwartz
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 3, 2003
Fox Television Studios


David Hasselhoff
as Mitch Buchannon
Gena Lee Nolin
as Neely Capshaw
Jeremy Kent Jackson
as Hobie Buchannon
Angie Bridges
as Taylor Walsh
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The joke is that Baywatch is so melodramatic and overwrought that any guys who watch it looking for titillation end up exposing themselves to soap opera.

Full Review… | October 29, 2003

Audience Reviews for Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding

I remember seeing this commercial back at the day of 2004 when the show was going to be Pay Per View. I was young back then and didn't understand a thing, but I sure wanted to see the flick. Around this weekend, I was watching TV at a very late time and came around this at Channel 31 Telefutura. Of course, it was dubbed in Spanish, but that wasn't the problem. The problem was the script since it has nothing worth watching other than girls in bikinis and Pamela Anderson's ugly expensive face. There are some humorous scenes and beautiful girl, but I rather go pick up a Sport Illustrated Swimsuit magazine rather than rent or buy this flick. I could go to the beach, but I am sure that won't happen. Even though it would be great.

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