More funbag-filled action from Andy Sidaris' "Babes, Bullets N Bombs" assembly line. In this installment, our heroic (and spectacularly busty) government agents "Donna" and "Taryn" are sent on a rescue mission, but their plane crashes on a seemingly deserted South Pacific island. After some gratuitious (but oh so welcome) skinny dipping in the surf, they learn they're not alone. Soon they're tangling with a group of Communist revolutionaries who are searching the island for buried treasure (which they plan to use to fund an overthrow of the Philippine government...???) and meet a lone Japanese soldier who's been guarding the island Samurai style since World War II. Yes, seriously. Y'know what? Do yourself a favor, just ignore the plot and enjoy the fabulous eye candy.
"Savage Beach" is Savage Fun!
J. H. Minde | Boca Raton, Florida and Brooklyn, New York | 10/10/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Nobody will ever accuse writer/director/producer Andy Sidaris of delving into the the realm of film noir. Sidaris's films are all lighthearted romps by beautiful people through sunlit locations and improbable circumstances involving bullets, bombs and babes. Andy Sidaris is the Spielberg of T&A, and his movies are just good, plain fun. In "Savage Beach," secret agents Donna Hamilton (Playmate Dona Spier) and Taryn Kendall (Playmate Hope Marie Carlton) reprise their roles from "Hard Ticket to Hawaii." This time, the two sexy superspies are stranded on an uncharted Pacific Island, which, a la "Gilligan's Island" is suddenly overrun by brawny, testosterone-choked males who are searching for some treasure left there by the Japanese during World War II. When not changing out of their wet things, or skinny dipping in the gentle surf, Donna and Taryn are locked in a life-or-death struggle to survive ninety-odd minutes of light bondage, ogling, and baldfaced sexual innuendo, punctuated by random gunfire and explosions. Taryn's incendiary crossbow is a nice tip of the hat to James Bond. "Q" never had it so good as Hope Marie makes it. Although his scriptwriting leaves something to be desired (like a real plot), Sidaris's production values are excellent even when his actors and actresses don't and can't. Hope Marie and Dona really try to remember their lines. They are so likeable and so incredibly attractive, and so obviously having fun in this goofy picture that anyone who is in a serious state of mind is advised to take his raincloud elsewhere. This newly-released Special Edition DVD includes trailers from other Sidaris films, an introduction by Andy and Penthouse Pet Julie Strain, and a segment of the "Andy Sidaris Film School," in which Andy dissects the technical aspects of moviemaking using his own films as material. Anyone who is interested in filmmmaking should watch this segment as it is informative and intelligent, and clearly shows that despite the "B" genre of Andy's films, he is both thoughtful and professional. It's fun. Pure fun. Enjoy!"
Andy sidaris is back
movie hound john | 01/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"if your like me you found out about andy sidaris movies thanks to cable t.v.! those after dark movies were great to a 12 year old. mr sadaris made action movies useing play mates and large amounts of nudity. this collection is 3rd of his to come out and i'm glad that there being traeted so well. not for the kids just the kids who never grew up. no deep meaning just action and big breasted playmates, what more could a growing boy want. enjoy. for plots , who cares just watch!"
I sure wish Indiana had cops like these
GyroPyro | Guttenberg, New Jersey United States | 04/30/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Yeah, baby, this is the one you've been waiting for all your sexually frustrated life. "Savage Beach" was filmed in the lovely lakes of Fort Wayne, Indiana. In fact, Andy Sidaris cleverly disguised the location to look like some tropical island in the Caribbean. But don't be fooled, that's Fort Wayne you're looking at. Lastly, the hotties! The women are not from Fort Wayne--thank goodness. Silicon free, these women are 100% natural. "It takes a special hand to wield my gun..."-The dialog is just simply awesome."
Steven Honig | 01/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"love the whole series of movies.. check them out if you have a chance"