Beverly Hills Brats

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"Scooter's in trouble now. His kidnappers don't take credit cards."
  • PG-13
  • 1989
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 3.7  (372)

Beverly Hills Brats is an entertaining comedy movie that was released in 1989. The movie is directed by Jim Sotos and stars Peter Billingsley, Martin Sheen, and Burt Young. The movie tells the story of a spoiled and privileged group of teenagers living in Beverly Hills and the misadventures they get into. The main character in the movie is Cory (Peter Billingsley), a teenager from Beverly Hills who spends his days hanging out with his rich friends at the country club, attending fancy parties, and driving expensive sports cars. Cory's father is a successful businessman who has given his son everything he wants, but at the same time, has ignored him emotionally.

One day, Cory and his friends have a run-in with the law, and as a consequence, they are sent to a boot camp in the desert where they have to learn how to survive without the luxuries they are used to. At the camp, the teenagers meet a charismatic counselor named Ben Maxwell (Martin Sheen) who teaches them how to work together as a team and how to overcome obstacles.

As the weeks go by, the group of teenagers learns to appreciate the simple things in life, appreciate each other's differences, and learn important life skills. They also start to see Ben as a father figure and learn valuable lessons from his wisdom. Meanwhile, Cory's father is searching for his son and is determined to bring him back to Beverly Hills.

The movie's plot is a classic fish-out-of-water story that teaches important life lessons about overcoming adversity, teamwork, and friendship. The movie's humor comes from the witty dialogue between characters, the ridiculous situations they find themselves in and the interactions between the teenagers and their counselor. Many of the characters have distinct personalities that are played to great effect, and the performances are convincing throughout.

The movie has some great action scenes that keep the viewer on the edge of their seat, including a thrilling sequence where the teenagers try to escape from the boot camp. The movie also has a sweet and heartfelt romance between Cory and a fellow camper named Kaylee, which provides a nice contrast to the comedy.

Beverly Hills Brats has a lot of heart and delivers its message in an entertaining and engaging way. The movie is ideal for teenagers who are looking for a funny, feel-good movie that teaches important life lessons. It is also a great family movie that parents can watch with their kids and discuss the story's themes afterward.

Overall, Beverly Hills Brats is an excellent comedy movie that deserves more recognition. It is funny, charming, and uplifting, and its themes are timeless. The movie is a must-watch for anyone who wants to see what it's like to live in a Beverly Hills bubble and the lessons that can be learned when it finally pops.

Beverly Hills Brats is a 1989 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.7.

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    1 hr 30 min
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    3.7  (372)