Bil’s rating (out of 5): B. Canada/USA, 1981. Melvin Simon Productions, Astral Bellevue Pathé. Screenplay by Bob Clark. Cinematography by Reginald H. Morris. Produced by Don Carmody, Bob Clark. Music by Paul Zaza, Carl Zittrer. Production Design by Reuben Freed. Costume Design by Mary E. McLeod, Larry S. Wells. Film Editing by Stan Cole.
At an average American high school in the fifties, a group of guys do absolutely everything possible to get laid, including visiting a bordello and enjoying the peep hole in the girls’s shower room. When they piss off a local bar owner by trying to get into his strip joint without proper ID, they start a local war that involves the owner’s cronies and the local teenagers. The personalities are all painful, X-rated versions of Archie clichés, while the story itself is pitifully boring. The only highlight is seeing the delightful Kim Cattrall as an insatiable cheerleader with a strong set of pipes.