Pretty but straitlaced Sarah goes to her uncle's swank house on the beach hoping to relax for a few weeks. Sarah's plans go askew, however, when her hellraising friends Ginger and Ducky (!) show up and invite everyone they can find for an extended party. The uncle (Adam Roarke) shows up, however, and the rowdy girls have to resort to any measures necessary to get on his good side. Add in a subplot of marijuana smuggling and a miserably unfunny Captain Queeg wannabe on a Coast Guard cutter, and you have The Beach Girls. The Pom Pom Girlsis marginally more entertaining, following the escapades of high school cheerleaders and their friends as they go after one last fling before graduation. Robert Carradine adds his talents to The Pom Pom Girls, along with a number of other more obscure actors who all look a bit long in the tooth to be high school seniors. Rhino Video put out this double feature, but the big question is...why? This DVD seems like an utter waste of digital information. For those old enough to remember the heyday of the drive-in, this is a reminder that for every trash classic from Herschell Gordon Lewis or Roger Corman, there were 10 examples of brain-rotting junk like The Beach Girlsand The Pom Pom Girls. Those hard up for a little camp value or a glimpse of nudity might enjoy these, but all in all this double feature is guaranteed to take your IQ and grind it into the dirt. --Jerry Renshaw
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