GORP
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GORP
This unfunny teen comedy in the vein of Animal House goes nowhere in its series of vignettes about how to play practical jokes that verge on mindless destruction. Two young waiters are among those responsible for the mayhem as they chase after the women where they work -- in a Catskills summer camp catering to the wealthier set. Pranks include drugging a nurse to satisfy the desires of the two waiters, and slipping pork into the meals of practicing Jews. Fran Drescher and Rosanna Arquette, as well as director Joseph Ruben (a long way from his worthy 1998 Return to Paradise) are some of the… More
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"The raunchy camp comedy Gorp, the last film released by American International Pictures, features almost all of the ingredients in Samuel Z. Arkoff's formula but is empty in cinematic nutritional value."
‑ Mark Pfeiffer, Reel Times: Reflections on Cinema
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