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Plot: Teen sex comedy set in 1965 which follows four Los Angeles school friends, Woody, Dave, Spider, Wendell and the series of misadventures they get into when they travel south of the border to Tijuana, Mexico for a night of cruisin', causing trouble, and to settle a pact to lose their virginity before… Runtime: 100 min Release Date: 22 Apr 1983
I loved this movie cause it's so funny and it has the then unknown Tom Cruise and Shelley Long in this movie before they went onto fame later on the 80's, but the best performance goes to Jackie Earle Haley as Dave, who is a sex obsessed pal who is a Frank Sinatra wannabe, and I also liked John Stockwell's character Spyder who came from a broken home, Tom Cruise is the intellegent honor student. This movie is about 3 high school seniors who want to go to Tijuana in search of sex without their parents knowing it and things don't work out the way they want it as Dave's <more>
little brother Wendell 'Wimp' John Navin goes along for the ride and later they shoplift a grocery store and the owner's wife goes with them cause she claims that she's gonna divorce him and she finds out that they stoled some items at the grocery store but she didn't care, the situations that the boys got themselves in Tijuana are hilarious and they later meet crooked cops, insane marine sailors and junkyard ruffians, will they get out of Tijuana alive, will the three boys lose their virginity, in order to find out, watch this movie and it's way better than the movies of today, I think that Losin' It deserves more recognition than what it gets cause it's a funny movie and if you can find this movie at your local video store, rent it and have a good laugh, it's a great way to spend a weekend evening.
I saw this on Comedy Central Back in 1996 a few times. I loved the movie. I found it quite funny and cute. A good teen type movie. I would recommend you see this movie with a whole bunch of friends, cause it's good like that. Good movie.
It Never Existed! (by dweilermg-1)
Jackie Earl Haley totally blows away the urban legend about Spanish fly. Great part of movie.
A Good Movie With a Common Plot. (by saxchick4)
I thought this movie was pretty funny, it had its fun quirks to it that made it intriguing to watch. But the plot line for this movie has been wore down, the fact that guys in high school staged during the 1950s to 1960s want to go lose their virginities is an old story. This movie reminds me of Porky's it has the exact same story line. There is that one guy who is dying to have sex with anyone right now, there is the hot headed one that starts all the fights and the nice sweet one who is a gentleman and gets the nice girl. Also I think this movie is rated wrong, it could have easily been <more>
a PG-13 movie because throughout the whole movie the "F" word was said maybe three times the only reason its was rated R is because of the nudity is what exactly like Porky's had. But its a 1980s movie, its rated "R" its a comedy, its bound to be stupidly funny all 80s are.But overall everything, this is an amusing movie and after watching it, if you are old enough to understand, its a feel good movie. YOu laugh a lot because of all the high jinks and problems that these guys go through is more entertaining than Porky's or any other film related to the plot.
Smart and amusing 80's teen comedy romp (by Woodyanders)
A quartet of teenagers -- awkward nice guy Woody a likeable performance by Tom Cruise right before he became a huge star , cocky Spider solid John Stockwell , fast-talking would-be worldly smoothie Dave a very funny and spirited portrayal by Jackie Earle Haley , and slick squirt hustler Wendell sharply played by John P. Navin Jr. -- go to Tijuana, Mexico with the specific intention of letting it all hang out. However, things don't go exactly as planned.Director Curtis Hanson keeps the enjoyable story moving along at a brisk pace, offers a flavorsome evocation of the sordid <more>
south-of-the-border setting, and manages to capture a tone that's just raucous and raunchy enough without ever becoming too crass or offensive. B.W.L. Norton's barbed script gives the premise a surprising amount of extra bite by astutely observing the basic principle of causation with the four protagonists entering Mexico under the pretense that it's some kind of anything goes lawless paradise only to learn the hard way that their irresponsible actions in Mexico come with pretty severe consequences. Moreover, this film further benefits from sound acting from Shelley Long as the flighty divorce-seeking Kathy, Henry Darrow as a hard-nosed corrupt sheriff, Rick Rossovich as a belligerent marine, Joe Spinell as a gruff border patrolman, and John "Dr. Dirty" Valby as sleazy nightclub emcee Johnny Hotrocks. A total hoot that deserves to be better known and more well regarded than it is.