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  Boat Trip cinematronic
  director

Mort Nathan

cast

Cuba Gooding, Jr., Horatio Sanz, Vivica A. Fox, Roselyn Sanchez, Lin Shaye, Roger Moore

year

2003

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  Across the spectrum of awful movies, there's bad, really bad and embarrassingly bad. "Boat Trip," a supposed comedy, is in the last, most infamous grouping, because its ineptitude smears likable actors Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Vivica A. Fox. The film's most egregious sin is that it ain't funny at all, which is death for something intended as a comic enterprise. On this rocky "Boat Trip," Gooding and pudgy Horatio Sanz play two pals who take a tropical cruise to meet babes, because Gooding's character Jerry is bummed about his ex-girlfriend (Fox). The guys, both simpletons, don't realize until it's too late that it's a gay cruise, AND THEY'RE THE ONLY STRAIGHT MEN ON BOARD! Gorgeous, hetero Gabriella (Roselyn Sanchez) is working on the ship, only she's over men. She needs a friend, though, and she's open to a gay man as confidant. So the infatuated Jerry minces around to get next to Gabriella. The filmmakers sink to the lowest stereotypical jokes about homosexuals, and Roger Moore (the foppish version of James Bond) shames himself with a cameo. Even ol' show-biz queens Paul Lynde and Charles Nelson Reilly would think "Boat Trip" was too over the top.  
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