George Lollar (Charles Grodin) overrides his wife's judgment and takes his family for a vacation on a sunny Caribbean island that just happens to be on the verge of a revolution. Their hotel is not the usual Hilton on the beach but a pick-up joint for singles where the main activities are sex, sex, and sex. In that order. As the horrified father watches almost helplessly, his wife becomes liberated, his daughter falls for a Frenchman who is actually a guerrilla, one of his sons loses his virginity to a buxom, worldly-wise woman, and his other son burns down the mini-camp he was forced to attend. But that's hardly the worst of it -- there is that small matter of a political overthrow about to explode on the scene. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi
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There would never be a resort as bad as the resort displayed in this movie. If you are looking for T&A, look elsewhere. There were some funny parts with Jon Lovitz, but the acting was awful and the plot was not far behind.
This movie is similar to National Lampoon's Vacation, but it just falls short in writing and direction. The flow is just not there, and the acting is so canned that it leads you to believe you're watching a series of Saturday Night Live sketches. If you rent this movie, you'll wish you it was a SNL sketch, but unfortunately this is a full-length feature film. I chose to cut my losses after twenty minutes of pointless scenes.