SKI PATROL (Theatrical Release USA 1990)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì

Ski Patrol—comical film styled for the 'beach party movie' mindset—works on the level of the beach party movies developed for teenagers during the 1960s. This movie uses light romance and comedy tossed together in a straightforward, predictable storyline. Low key, easy-on-the-mind watch has its own place in entertainment. For an adult, this movie stands as it is. It’s a quick time filler and move on to 'new and better things' watch.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia

Storyline

A money-hungry land development company attempts to take over a ski resort.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Rich Correll for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Moshe Diamant, Paul Maslansky, and Eduard Sarlui for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Jerry Cramer (Roger Rose), Ellen (Yvette Nipar), Iceman (T.K Carter), Murray (Leslie Jordan), Stanley (Paul Feig), Suicide (Sean Sullivan), Tiana (Tess Foltyn), Eddie Martinez (George Lopez), Lance (Corbin Timbrook), Myron (Steve Hytner), and Pops (Ray Walston).


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe?

No. It has its place in the entertainment industry, but that place does not work at the higher entertainment level for time and money spent. It organizes itself to obtain a few chuckles at the more frivolous level.

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