Blue Crush 2

Synopsis: Dana is 18, gorgeous and a killer surfer with a shelf full of trophies to prove it. When her father pressures her to buckle down and go to college, Dana flees her Beverly Hills home for the beaches of South Africa, the site of some of the world's most awesome surf and her late mother's home country. With her mom's journal in hand and a mismatched gang of surf fanatics watching her back, Dana embarks on an odyssey along the breathtaking southern coast of Africa to fulfill her mother's dream-one long, flawless journey down the barrel of the killer waves of J-Bay.
Genre: Drama, Romance, Sport
Director(s): Mike Elliott
Production: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
113 min


Hey, Dad, did you get stuck in traffic?

How many times have I told you? No biking on Sunset.

You wanna be some movie producer's roadkill?

I bought you the Beemer for a reason.

Okay, okay. I'll drive it.

Up the 101 Freeway to UC Santa Barbara.


Have you even looked at the catalog I gave you?

You're gonna study fish and surf all day?

I can't even talk to you.

Hey, you've got a free ride to a top school.

You're going, case closed. Why?

So I can score some high-paying job

rotting behind some desk all day to pay for all this?

Okay, maybe "rotting" was a poor choice.

I don't have time for this.

You never have time.

Dad, I appreciate you work hard, I really do.

But I would suffocate in that world.

I'm like Mom, I'm too much of a free spirit.

Where did you get that, "free spirit"?

It's from her journal, Dad.

You should never have brought her to LA.

This is what really killed her, not the cancer.


Dana, give me a break. You were five

years old, you barely knew her.


High five.

(LAUGHS) It's funny.

Get that camera out of my face.

Look at that, it's right over there.

Come on, guys. Come on, lunch is ready.

Daddy, can I try the camera?

Dana, go get your bucket,

the waves are gonna get it.

Go get your bucket out of the sea.

This is fun.

Look out, that's a big wave.

Come, let's build a sand castle.

I'm gonna get you. I'm gonna get you.


Last night I had a dream

where I took my little Dana back

home to South Africa with me

and showed her the Bay of Plenty and Cave Rock,

Vulamanzi Point and Banana Reef.

All the way down the Wild Coast

to Coffee Bay and Bruce's.

Finally we reached Jeffrey's Bay,

the one place I've always dreamed of surfing.

If only I could take her there.

If only she could see these places,

maybe she could see me, too.

But that can never happen now.

I'm out of time.

And I'm afraid I'll never get back home.

Dad, by the time you get

back from your business trip,

I'll be in South Africa.

I think you and I could use some time apart.

And I think it's time I learned more about Mom.

It's just something I have to do.

Don't worry about me. I'll be

fine, as always. Love, Dana.

First trip to South Africa?

Yeah, it is.

Visiting family?


Kind of.

Well, enjoy.

Thank you.

Let me guess,

California girl going south to find winter swell.

Is it that obvious?

Well, flight to Durban, surf city.

Roxy sunglasses, ocean hair.

How very CSI of you.

(CHUCKLES) Well, that and The Bomb.


Well, every surfer gets it. Yeah.

I'm Grant. Dana.

Nice to meet you, California girl.

Where you headed?

I don't have a plan.


A real beach bum.


Well, if you make it down south, look me up.

I'll buy you a smoothie at my bar.

It's called Sally Can't Surf.

Cool, thanks.




Taxi? Taxi?

Miss, where are you going?

Where can I catch a bus to the beach?

There are no buses today, miss.

Hey! What are you doing?

Special holiday. Have a good price.

No problem, I'll give good price.

Attention, passengers.

This bus is leaving for Durban

City Beach in two minutes.


Move the bag.

I'm sorry, this seat's taken.

Yeah? Who takes it?


Hey, you're late. I saved you a seat.



I'll say. What a creep.

I mean, my name is Pushy.


That's unusual. What does it mean in your language?

Pushy. Like "pushy"?

Actually, my Zulu name is Nokuthula.

Which means...

"Be quiet."


Never seen a white girl riding the bus before.

Well, I've never seen a black girl who surfs.

Well, if you're lucky,

maybe you'll get a chance to

observe it for the first time.

Maybe you'll learn something.

Well, if that particular scenario presents itself,

don't be surprised if I'm not

the one who gets schooled.

That's New Pier.

She throws killer sets almost every day.

Best spot in the city.

Let's do it.

You cool? Yeah, I'll see you there.

Looks decent.


Better than Malibu, I bet.

My advice to you is to sit wide,

smile, wait for a wrap-around set

and maybe you'll catch a little ride.



Don't tell me you're afraid of 4-foot waves.

No, it's not the waves, it's her. Tara.


Wow, Tara can surf.

So, what do we do, just jump in?

Sometimes it's the only way.


It's mobbed enough out here, go surf South Beach.

There's plenty of waves out here, Tara.

Yeah, for me. Not you, or Barbie there.

Hey, you stay out of my way and I'll stay out of yours.

Yeah? You better explain the

pecking order to her, Push.

Hate to have to educate her the hard way.

Let's go. I hate this aggro vibe.

Hell, no. I just flew 23 hours in coach. I'm surfing.

Gidget alert. Coming through.

MAN 1:
You here for your surf

lesson? (MEN LAUGHING)

MAN 2:
Hey, Baywatch, how you doing?

MAN 3:
Did your daddy buy you an antique surf board?


I got it.

No, you don't.

Wow. Yeah, it was a nice wave.

No, I mean, whoa, you stole one from the queen bee.

Talk about getting schooled.

Yeah, Tara needs to loosen her sphincter up.

Let's go.

Great. Now every knob thinks they can surf.


Out of the way, Barbie.


Hey, I said I had it. Hey!



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