Surf School

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  • R
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 25 min
  • 2.2  (5,193)

Surf School is a light-hearted comedy that highlights the story of a group of young surfers who are all set to learn the art of competitive surfing at the renowned surf academy of Costa Rica. These young surf enthusiasts with their different surfing skills, attitudes, lifestyles, and personalities have arrived with one common goal in their minds – to master surfing.

The movie stars Harland Williams as "Mooney," the owner of the surf academy who has seen better days in his career as a surfer. He maintains a laid-back attitude towards life but tries his best to train these young, raw surfing talents. Corey Sevier stars as Tyler, the lead protagonist, who is passionate about surfing and wants to be one of the best surfers around. Ryan Carnes stars as Jordan, Tyler's rival, who is extremely arrogant and wants to win at all costs.

As the newcomers arrive, Tyler and his friends quickly realize that the rigorous training sessions are anything but easy. They are put through a grueling routine of yoga, cardio, and surfing exercises designed to toughen them up for the upcoming competition. Tyler, who is desperate to impress his crush and prove his worth as a surfer, must navigate through new challenges, including navigating the intimidating surfer-dude culture and the challenges of working as a team to prove themselves to earn the respect of the academy staff.

What follows is a series of unfortunate events and hilarious moments of surprise and embarrassment. Tyler and his friends learn through hard lessons that surfing is more than just catching a wave. It's about teamwork, friendship, believing in oneself, and overcoming any obstacle that comes your way. With a little help from Mooney, who teaches them not only to surf but also to live with an open heart and an open mind, they learn to channel their energy positively and come together as a cohesive unit.

The cast delivers a fun, lighthearted, and entertaining performance. Harland Williams is always hilarious, and the way he portrayed Mooney as a laid-back surf instructor, despite the pressure of training his students to win the competition, was impressive. Corey Sevier as Tyler had a charismatic way of carrying the show with his natural acting skills. He quickly grabbed the viewer's attention with his passion for surfing, and it was easy to root for him. Ryan Carnes played as Jordan, the antagonist in the movie. His portrayal of the rude and arrogant rival surfer was well executed.

The setting of the movie is picturesque and picturesque, with the beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters of Costa Rica. The scenic beauty also added charm to the movie, making it visually breathtaking. The movie's soundtrack was impressive, featuring artists like Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, and the All-American Rejects. The songs added to the vibrant atmosphere of the movie, making it a fun-filled experience.

In conclusion, Surf School is an enjoyable and light-hearted movie that showcases the beauty and culture of surfing. The movie teaches us valuable lessons of teamwork, friendship, and self-belief. With excellent performances from the cast, picturesque locations, and a splendid soundtrack, Surf School is a must-watch for anyone looking for an uplifting and enjoyable movie.

Surf School is a 2006 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 25 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 2.2.

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    2.2  (5,193)