Savage Beach (1989)





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Girls, guns, and gold are the key ingredients of this action adventure drama. Donna (Dona Speir) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton) are a pair of beautiful D.E.A. agents working out of Hawaii. After their successful efforts in cracking a major drug ring, Donna and Taryn are recruited to deliver some badly-needed vaccine to the Philippines. However, their mission of mercy takes a sharp left turn when the agents fall into the middle of a plot by Capt. Andreas (John Aprea) to recover a fortune in gold which was stolen by the Japanese during WWII and hidden on an island off the coast of the Philippines. Leading ladies Dona Speir and Hope Marie Carlton were both centerfold models for Playboy magazine, and director Andy Sidaris gives them plenty of opportunity to display the charms that made them famous; this was their third picture together as Donna and Taryn, and while Carlton would drop out of the series after this movie, Speir would star as Donna in another four films for Sidaris.
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Dona Speir
as Donna
John Aprea
as Captain Andreas
Bruce Penhall
as Bruce Christian
Rodrigo Obregon
as Rodrigo Martinez
Eric Chen
as Erik
Michael Mikasa
as Warrior
Teri Weigel
as Angelica
Michael Shane
as Shane Abilene
Patty Duffek
as Pattycakes
Paul Cody
as Duke
Lisa London
as Rocky
Roy Summersett
as Paul Michaels
Dann Seki
as Admrl. Kenji Inada
Maxine Wasa
as Sexy Beauty Kelly
Casey Kono
as Agent #2
Jim Brunner
as Major Harrison
James Lew
as Agent #1
Roy Summerset
as Paul Michaels
Tim Davis
as Shipwrecked Navyman
Paul Cody
as Duke
Michael J. Shane
as Shane Abilene
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I've only just recently come into contact with the films of Andy Sidaris, but so far, I must say that I'm having a lot of fun watching them. Like the case with his other films, this one feels like it was written and directed by a teenage boy due to all the ridiculous shit that happens throughout it, such as hot women playing secret agents, plenty of sex and nudity, violence, explosions, treasure hunting, an island setting, sword fighting, and all sorts of other things thrown in, making for a deliciously campy action film. This film in no way can be taken seriously, and should only be viewed by people who enjoy cheesy films, otherwise you will suffer watching it. This will be yet another guilty pleasure of mine and I look forward to seeing other films by this audacious director.

Keenan Sullivan
Keenan Sullivan

This one actually goes out of its way to have some extensive flashbacks to WWII, which didn't really grab me all that much, more than anything it just makes the plot more convoluted for the sake of being complicated. It's worth a look as part of the series, but it's not anything I'd seek out separately.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

Sidaris movie # 4 - not getting any better. Hard Ticket seemed to be the pinnacle so far, as the plots for these movies seem to be the generic action type show you find on NBC or CBS on a Friday or Saturday night in the 80's - only with boobs. "Ticket" didn't take itself seriously, and the snake sub-plot sort of helped it through with intentional funniness. So far, "Picasso" and "savage" take themselves too seriously to be enjoyed.

Julio Soto
Julio Soto

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