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The characters would have been interesting if they weren't shown off doing nothing but partying and screwing each other! Some hot eye candy, but nothing else!
They turned the Real World into a 90 minute movie and it's as bad as it sounds.
A documentary of vapid, horrible people that have nothing to contribute to humanity. Future generations can point to this as being a turning point for western civilization, in that it was indicative of its downfall into the pure, unadulterated stupid.
Reality movie that sends a group of young adults to Cancun to drink as much as they want for spring break. Would have worked better as a tv show but still would have ended up as a poor man's version of Fox's Paradise Hotel.
A film about attractive, horny, young adults going to Cancun to get drunk, and sleep around with one another. Pretty much the plot of The Real World in the last 10 years. There, I just saved you 96 minutes of your life.
Reality TV is not something you want to adapt into a movie. Not very titillating, and it only perpetuates America's problems of combining warm beaches with Tequila and other liquor.
I am a reality tv and junkie and will admit that i found the film enjoyable. However, I would not pay money to see this film but it was a nice attempt at making a reality film.
Worthless filler of a movie. It's like an entire season of Mtv's The real world, but in a 2 hour movie.
kind oif fun in a sophomore sort of way....oh, to be 20 years old again (although I don't think that was offered when I was 20...alas)...actually worth a watch