Two hard-partying brothers place an online ad to find the perfect dates for their sister's Hawaiian wedding. Hoping for a wild getaway, the boys instead find themselves out-hustled by an uncontrollable duo.
When their new next-door neighbors turn out to be a sorority even more debaucherous than the fraternity previously living there, Mac and Kelly team with their former enemy, Teddy, to bring the girls down.
In sun-kissed Emerald Bay, the vigorous Lieutenant Mitch Buchannon and Baywatch, his elite team of hand-picked and perfectly tanned lifeguards, protect the bay, keeping both sunbathers and beach lovers safe. However, this summer, two new eager trainees will join the demanding life-saving program, as well as an insubordinate former Olympic swimmer, who are all called to prove their worth on the lifeguard towers just on time when a new synthetic street drug begins to infest the Emerald Bay: the flakka. Without a doubt, this calls for some serious undercover teamwork action, as the badgeless heroes in spandex comb the beach for shady newcomers and nefarious entrepreneurs with hidden agendas of their own. Can Mitch's band save the bay?Written by
Baywatch began filming in Florida at the same beach where Lee Hodge worked as a real lifeguard. See more »
When Summer lifts up her shirt, to distract the guy biking towards her, her bra is white with a blue floral patterns. When the screen cuts back to her, the bra has magically changed. It is clearly a gray bra now. See more »
How about diamond smugglers who are putting the rocks in surfboards and bringing them ashore?
Everything that you guys are talking about sounds like a really, like, entertaining but far-fetched TV show.
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Written by Alex Shultz (as Alexander Shultz), Luis Rubio, James Corinne, Raja Kumari & Ike Schultz
Performed by The Americanos
Produced by The Americanos
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation, a Warner Music Group Company
Raja Kumari appears courtesy of Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment See more »
I can take a comedy that doesn't have a strong plot, just as long as it's funny. The film fails its one job, falling flat on most of its jokes (quite literally in fact, considering the first prominent joke involves a Cole Sprouse look-a-like*, played by Jon Bass, falling over)
*To be clear, Jon Bass' character isn't meant to be an actual Cole Sprouse look-a-like; I just wanted to point out that he really looks like Cole Sprouse.
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