summer jobIt has been quite some time since the last time I did a Cheeseball Cinema entry for the blog. With my 365 Movies challenge that I am also doing, I figured it was never too late to get one in. For today’s Cheeseball Cinema film, we chose the 1989 screwball comedy Summer Job which centers around a Florida tennis club/resort where college students are hired to work. For Kathy (Sherrie Rose), she has high hopes for her last summer at the resort as she was hired to be the supervisor. Unfortunately, she has to deal with a less than desirable bunch of Coeds who are looking to just get laid over the summer. The only catch s that of they want their end of the summer bash, they’ll have to get along and not screw too much up at the resort. The film also stars Amy Lynn Baxter (Bikini Bistro) as Susan, Cari Mayor (Lauderdale) as Donna, Renee Shugart (Screwball Hotel) as Karen, Chantal (General Hospital) as Barbara, George Ortuzar (Folks) as Herman, Fred Bourdin (South Beach Academy) as Bruce, Dave Clouse as Bob, Kirt Earhardt as Tom, James Summer as Jack, Jim Pelish (Can It Be Love) as Mr. Jacobs, and the film was directed by Paul Madden.

The Babes Of Summer JobIt has been so long since I did one of these that I had to think about what the criteria was again. As far as the quality of the film, didn’t I mention that it was a 1980’s screwball comedy? So, you can’t go in to watching this film expecting some amazing piece of art or an Oscar winning film because it’s all about sex, hormones, and bad acting. There is some terrible acting in this especially from some of the guys in the film where one guy acts like a total creep, but he still gets laid. If you are looking for some serious T&A with your 80’s sex filled comedy and believe me there is plenty of it in this film (as you can see to the picture to the left). It’s almost like they forgot about the story and just focused on how many times they could have the women bare it all. There are some funny scenes in the film especially with the giant lady being obsessed with Jack, the older pervert and some of the jokes are pretty funny too. Although, it doesn’t do enough to save the film from how boring and dragging it was. I love B-movies, but this wasn’t nearly as good as some of the ones I have seen. On a scale of one being close to an A-list Hollywood film and five being the cheesiest film of all time, I am going to give the film an 4.5 for a final grade.

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  1. […] It has been quite some time since the last time I did a Cheeseball Cinema entry for the blog. With my 365 Movies challenge that I am also doing, I figured it was never too late to get one in. For today’s Cheeseball Cinema film, we chose the 1989 screwball comedy Summer Job which centers around a Florida tennis club/resort where college students are hired to work. For Kathy (Sherrie Rose), she has high hopes for her last summer at the resort as she was hired to be the supervisor. Unfortunately, she has to deal with a less than desirable bunch of Coeds who are looking to just get laid over the summer. The only catch s that of they want their end of the summer bash, they’ll have to get along and not screw too much up at the resort. The film also stars Amy Lynn Baxter (Bikini Bistro) as Susan, Cari Mayor (Lauderdale) as Donna, Renee Shugart (Screwball Hotel) as Karen, Chantal (General Hospital) as Barbara, George Ortuzar (Folks) as Herman, Fred Bourdin (South Beach Academy) as Bruce, Dave Clouse as Bob, Kirt Earhardt as Tom, James Summer as Jack, Jim Pelish (Can It Be Love) as Mr. Jacobs, and the film was directed by Paul Madden. To continue reading the article, please click this link. […]

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