(A Coming Of Age Teen Comedy)
Written by Mars Callahan
Big Sky Motion Pictures is pleased to announce that the directors edit of Spring Break '83 is now locked and the completion of the post production phase is coming soon. An official release of Spring Break '83 is targeted for early Spring 2010.
STARRING: John Goodman, Andrew Caldwell, Robert Davi, Sophie Monk, Jamie Kennedy, Raviv Ullman, Aviva, Lisa Jay, Mars Callahan, Dat Phan, Downtown Julie Brown, Lee Majors, Jim Nieb, Erik Estrada, Joe Pantoliano, Martin Spanjers, Kenny Baumann, Greg Felllows, Nick Heyman, Preston Jones, Alan Ritchson, and Richard Portnow.
Spring Break ’83 opens on Beverly Hills High School’s graduating class dressed in cap and gown and preparing to receive their diplomas. In the back row we find our four heroes, our lovable losers vowing to each other that next year – when they go away to college – that things will be different.
That they will become popular – making certain to cast aside the stigma of lameness that has haunted them their entire high-school careers. Their goal is to start a new chapter in their lives. But no such luck. As our four heroes get up on stage to receive their diplomas, their four arch rivals - the rich, good looking, popular, preppie kids – ambush them with a practical joke that humiliates our four heroes in front of the entire school.
After a summer of ridicule and continued persecution, our four heroes arrive at what they hope will be their sanctuary . . . a topnotch State University. Their only hope is to recreate themselves, obtain some semblance of a decent social life and have some fun. To their horror – they discover that they are attending the same college as their high school arch rivals.
In an act of underhanded treachery – their four enemies find a way to get our heroes wrongfully expelled from school. Now – kicked out of college with no friends or ideas for moving on with their lives – our four heroes realize that they have one last chance to redeem themselves and get even with their arch enemies once and for all . . . they must go to Lake Maurepas during spring break and win the Kings of the River contest and save the Cantina from being torn down by developers that want to build sky rise condominiums.
“Spring Break ‘83” is a hilarious coming of age teen comedy that celebrates everything that was great about the 80s from the outrageous parties to the tiny bikinis from the rock music to the big hair. Shot on location the fun times are back in this laugh out loud tribute to such classic lampooning comedies as “Animal House”, “Porky’s”, “Revenge of the Nerds”, “Airplane” and “Police Academy”. This comedyfest spoofs the 80s as it depicts the everlasting battle between the poor nerdy underdogs and the rich testosterone-filled jocks. This soon-to-become comedy classic will feature up-and-coming talented comedy performers, caustic crack-ups, a rocking soundtrack and an amazing franchise opportunity. Filled with beautiful bikini-clad coeds, oversexed teenage boys and crass humor, Spring Break 83 will make you roar with laughter!
FILM MUSIC & SOUNDTRACK:
Big Sky Motion Pictures partner companies Delta Groove Music & Eclecto Groove Records are currently overseeing the music supervision for "Spring Break '83". For more information on these partner companies click the links below.
Mars Callahan – Writer / Producer (“Double Down”, “Poolhall Junkies”, “What Love Is”)
Rand Chortkoff – Executive Producer / Music Supervisor (Delta Groove, "What Love Is")
Robert Fitzpatrick – Music Supervisor (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, "Pulp Fiction", "Remeber The Titans")
Scott Spiegel – Director ("Spider-Man” & “Spider-Man 2”, “From Dusk Till Dawn 2”, “Hostel” & “Hostel 2”)
John Hermansen – Producer ("Poolhall Junkies", "Happy Campers", "$pent")
Richard Pagano – Casting Director (“Hotel Rwanda”, “Very Bad Things”, “Strange Days”, “Rudy”)