Teen Beach 2

Synopsis: Modern day teens Mack and Brady get a real world visit from Lela, Tanner, Butchy, and other surfer and biker pals from the beach party film within a film, Wet Side Story.
Genre: Family, Musical
Director(s): Jeffrey Hornaday
Production: Rainforest Productions
  1 win & 3 nominations.
104 min

- Are we there, yet?

- Almost.

Wait, we're not doing that blindfolded

surfing thing again, are we?

'Cause that didn't exactly end

up being one of your better ideas.

First of all, that buoy

had no business being there.

Second of all, no, we're not going surfing.

At least not yet.

Okay. Do you recognize it?

- No.

- No?

Unless it's the grassy

clearing in dolphin's

cove, right by the lifeguard tower,

which happens to be the exact spot

we met three months ago to this day.

To the minute, actually.

At the beginning

of what's turned out to be

the most bodacious summer of my life.

Even the part when we got

trapped in a 1960s beach movie.

Brady, it's beautiful.

I had to do something

cool for our meet-iversary.

It all happened right here.

You were walking on the beach.

I sat there watching wet

side story on my tablet.

And I thought, "who is the

surfer dude with the shiny hair?"

And you said, "wanna watch the

awesomest movie ever made?"

And I said, "I don't think

'awesomest' is a real word.

And even if it was, that

movie's definitely not it. "

Then I said, "check it out with me.

"If you don't have a good time,

I'll buy you a mango smoothie.

Either way, you win. " And...

- And I do love mangoes.

- Yeah.

You did all this for me?

I'd swim to China for you.

Or Hawaii.

Or whatever's that way.

I have no idea what's that way.

- You ready?

- Mm-hm.

In a way, it's almost

too bad it's almost all over.

- A one, two, three, four!

- Five, six, seven, eight!


One, two, three, four!

- Bye-bye!

- So long!

- Toodle-oo!

- Later gator.

- Sayonara.

- Hasta lasagna.

- Hasta luego.

- Aloha.

- Shalom.

- Au revoir.


Oh, it's a shame summers

in real life have to end.

Summer's not over yet.

We could light a bonfire, eat

some s'mores, tell scary stories.

Brady, tomorrow's the first day of school.

- I've got tons to do.

- Yeah, I do, too.

Actually, no, I don't.

If I manage to put my board

shorts on tomorrow morning,

I'll be pretty stoked with myself.

Mack, you think things will

be different for us at school?

Well, we were in school

all last year together.

Yeah, but, and we never

met. That's my point.

We've only known each other in the summer.

Brady, it's us.

We'll be fine.

Yeah. Totally.

No. No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

- What's wrong?

- My necklace. The one that Lela gave me.

The only thing I have from

wet side story. It's gone.

Maybe it's still nearby.

Should I dive for it?

No, Brady.

There's nothing we can do now.

- I'm sorry.

- I should probably go in.

Yeah. Sure.



Whoo! Windy bluff! Yeah!

First day back! Oh, no way!

- Whoo!

- Yo, dude-man!

First day of school!

Wham, wham. Bap, bap.

- Whoo!

- Yeah.

- Tss, tss.

- Hey.

Whoo! Sha, bah!

Dude, how was Indonesia?

Oh, man, the swells were nectar.

Primo pearls, my hombre. The

waves were all like, "muuma. "

And I was like, "bra!" I was a

one-man stoke machine all summer long.

- Ah, mondo, dude.

- Beyond mondo, bro. Beyond mondo.

How was your summer? You spend some

quality time carving up the tubes?

- I met a girl.

- No way.

- You trapped a honey?

- Yeah.

Is she a super-chill surf chick?

Yeah, well, yeah, she surfs.

So, she's one of us? Laid back?

Yeah, she's laid back. On

occasion, when she sleeps.

- Probably.

- Excellent.

I can't wait to meet

your little beach bunny.

Yeah, I mean, just, I wouldn't

call her that, exactly.

Right on, bro. Right on.


Oh, oh. Let's go.

Welcome back, everyone.

Big save the beach dance this weekend.

Buy a ticket, save a seal. Oh, come on.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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