Ski School Reviews

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Beefy
Super Reviewer
August 6, 2007
Not really funny or interesting, and no real exciting ski sequences. No real surprise there. Plenty of toplessness, though.
November 25, 2011
After watching an episode of South Park that parodied this movie, I went back and gave this a look. What a piece of crap. The characters are annoying, the acting is terrible, the plot makes no sense, and I think I only laughed once. Sure, there was some good nudity, but an adult comedy like this needs to bring the laughs, and this brought very little. How did Dean Cameron have a career?
January 27, 2011
All you need to know is that this is the 80's/90's Ski flick you've been looking for. Pure entertainment!
½ June 6, 2010
Yeah I saw this. The sad thing is there is like zero sexuality, zero laughs and zero story, yet it was somewhat popular when it came out. Flabbergasting. Just a cheap T&A flick minus the T&A, and a script that doesn't resemble a porno shoot.
October 24, 2007
It came out in the early 90's but it really has that 80's thing going on, that carefree attitude and "cheesy everything" feel to it. The goal of the movie is to get laid, oh and save the ski resort from the evil ski instructors who want to take away all the goof-ball fun. Dave is the best instructor at ski school and his cohorts will do any thing to keep it that way. After they find out about some shady dealings at the mountain, they vow to ski their best to the end. This is a must see movie in the same vein as Road Trip or National Lampoons Vacation or the cult classic Caddy Shack.
February 8, 2015
Brilliant loved it growing up and still makes me laugh.
April 27, 2014
One of the most underrated party comedies of all time. Dean Cameron is frickin hilarious.
January 29, 2014
a great ski comedy a very rare movie very stupid but well written and entertaining
½ April 12, 2012
If you like zany, off-the-wall comedy and hijinx in other films like "Fast Times At Ridgemont High", then you'll love "Ski School". Lead character and all-around goon, played by Dean Cameron, leads a group of his best buddies to victory at a ski competition, high in the mountains, but they don't win on good looks alone! There's plenty of side-splitting laughs to be had as mayhem and juvenile partying ways ensue on the mountain!
Bo
½ January 7, 2012
One of the worst movies I have ever seen. Not even bad/funny, just bad.
December 3, 2009
First I want to say that the story for this in non existent. It is liked this filmed 100 scenes and then just threw them in at random places. Then on top of that the cast was not that good at all. The only actor who seemed to know what he was doing would be Dean Cameron. The movie had a typical 90's feel to it with no plot. Some scenes were funny a bit and if you like to see some skin, there are many parts of that too. But other than that, the movie was a flop.
½ November 21, 2009
Ski School is a movie with great comedy between Cameron/Fratkin. The story is kinda lame but it has some of the greatest one liners in movie history. Non-stop comedy from beginning to end, watch if your a fan of T&N, beer-drinking, party movies...if you can still find those...
April 3, 2005
We saw this film months AFTER seeing Ski School 2, and with such a huge love for #2, we were very nervous about seeing its predecessor. However, even knowing that Dave Marshack might be the only character in this one, we still went into it hoping that it would be as good as its sequel...

It's great. In fact, it's a little more complex than #2; far more serious villains, a few more cheesy characters, dialogue not quite as good, and far more drug and alcohol indused than #2. However, as good as it is, I am still a bigger fan of the second of the series. SS2 has Brent Sheppard & Wendy Hamilton in it, and those two really make SS2 so great.

Overall, both films are great, but only SS2 is in my top ten, this one is somewhere just out of that list, but still better than any of the other ski comedies or any other comedies around really.
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