beach Party film the movie
The Beach Party film was an American independent film genre of late-night movie movies produced and aired between 1960 and 1969, mainly by American International Pictures, beginning by their hugely popular first hit, Beach Party. With this first film, AIP is said to have created the modern genre. Shot on location in the summertime on a small beach in California, Beach Party follows two young friends (with the help of a third who just happens to be their father’s friend) as they go on a wild beach party, with lots of drinking and plenty of hotties. Although it is widely hailed as one of the greatest beach movies ever made and has a rightful place in any list of best films, it is not exactly a classic.
Instead of following the more traditional beach theme, which is usually associated with such films as Grumpy Old Men or Mr. Universe, Beach Party switches things up by focusing on the party atmosphere instead. The best way to describe Beach Party is to say it is about parties. Following a rather random series of events (and some we can’t even pronounce, such as the “dude chow” reference from the second act), the movie’s main characters, David Hasselhoff and Tommy Lee, get themselves caught up in the constant turmoil that constantly surrounds them and their friends. They are at constant odds with each other over issues such as who should go to Beach Party, which ends up involving David Hasselhoff’s need to score with Tommy Lee’s daughter, Lisa, who happens to be Lisa’s best friend.
Odd issues on a beach party
At the center of the chaos is David Hasselhoff’s character, Peter Pan, who lives in Neverland. Peter Pan lives amongst the wild animals, like monkeys, and other strange animals, because his father, an important part of his life, is an Abnormal who works at the Neverland zoo. As a result, Peter Pan tends to get into mischief and goes on a wild spree, where he accidentally ends up destroying Neverland and its creatures, which include a Neverland penguin. When this happens, the penguin attacks Peter, who then tries to save the penguin and end up getting more into trouble.
After this, a Neverland examiner, named Bertram, who is working at the zoo, catches up with Peter and tells him that he is wanted by the authorities. Peter panics but is calmed by a fairy he meets on his way out. While running away, Peter bumps into a large elephant, which turns out to be none other than Bertram, who then attempts to steal Peter’s bag of candy, which contains money. The scene is interrupted by the arrival of Yufele, who wants Yufele to work side by side with her, believing she is entitled to work with the other Fairies because she is the only one who knows how to work with magic. However, Yufele refuses to work with Yufele, but agrees to help Peter if she can.
At the end of the film, the two Neverland Fairies
along with several other minor characters, appears at the party, where they mingle with the crowd and sing songs. After the party is over, the two Neverland Fairies are seen sleeping on the beach next to Peter and his friends. In the credits, it shows that after Peter wins the quiz show, everyone has won their prizes. This is the last scene shown before the credits roll.
The plot of the Beach Party is actually quite simple. It just involves several elements from the game, mixed with a few elements that are unique to the Disney brand. The unique element of the film includes the Neverland Islands, which was only introduced in the second sequel to the original film. It also includes a number of fun Beach-related games, and lots of singing and dancing. There is one particular Easter egg in the movie that will certainly have Easter parties going strong for years to come!