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Splitz
     

Splitz

Director: Domonic Paris

Cast: Robin Johnson, Patti R. Lee, Chuck McQuary

 

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Splitz is yet another teen comedy that has college students engaging in activities wholly unrelated to education, with events meant to be held together by a plot too weak to stand on its own. This time around, some women have formed a band called the Splitz, and because they are hardly attracting anyone's attention, they need to expand their audience. With that

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Splitz is yet another teen comedy that has college students engaging in activities wholly unrelated to education, with events meant to be held together by a plot too weak to stand on its own. This time around, some women have formed a band called the Splitz, and because they are hardly attracting anyone's attention, they need to expand their audience. With that goal in mind, they decide to help bail out a sorority at Hooter (yes, Hooter) College, and yes, this makes no logical sense. It seems that unless the sorority can win a trumped-up sports contest with two other campus sororities, the evil dean will close them down. The band members and the sorority sisters join forces, and after the requisite (and to some viewers, offensive) takes of nubile women playing strip basketball and wrestling in their underwear, if anyone still thinks the setting is a college they should go back to grade school.

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All Movie Guide - Eleanor Mannikka
Splitz is yet another teen comedy that has college students engaging in activities wholly unrelated to education, with events meant to be held together by a plot too weak to stand on its own. This time around, some women have formed a band called the Splitz, and because they are hardly attracting anyone's attention, they need to expand their audience. With that goal in mind, they decide to help bail out a sorority at Hooter (yes, Hooter) College, and yes, this makes no logical sense. It seems that unless the sorority can win a trumped-up sports contest with two other campus sororities, the evil dean will close them down. The band members and the sorority sisters join forces, and after the requisite (and to some viewers, offensive) takes of nubile women playing strip basketball and wrestling in their underwear, if anyone still thinks the setting is a college they should go back to grade school.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/25/2003
UPC:
0801805071093
Original Release:
1984
Rating:
PG-13
Source:
Liberty Int'l
Sound:
[Dolby Digital]
Time:
1:27:00

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Side #1 --
2. Open [:16]
3. The Big Show [6:42]
4. The Track Meet [8:49]
5. Soccer Game [10:24]
6. The Locker Room [8:18]
7. Wrestling Match [7:24]
8. Party at the Diner [4:23]
9. Basketball Game [8:16]
10. Hypnotized Hussies [8:10]
11. Show at the Palace [10:25]
12. The Splitz [5:58]
13. End Credits [3:51]

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