Robert Carradine is back in the NEW (2012) movie Bikini Spring Break from Asylum, the people who make those low budget rip offs of big budget films (ie. Transformers = Transmorphers, Thor = Almighty Thor, etc). Just in time for, well, SUMMER break, Bikini Spring Break is, naturally, the low budget rip off of this movie, relying on what Fred Olen Ray would call the "cheapest special effect," bare-assed ladies.
The plot has a group of marching band musicians on the way to "nationals," but they break down in some town where they have Jello wrestling events in the middle of the day. With the advent of free hardcore internet pornography, the topless, plotless spring break film has become a rarity. This movie keeps the bottoms on and the expectations low. Robert Carradine, as it turns out, is pretty believable as a surly, old alcoholic, probably thanks to Sam Fuller (a surly, old alcoholic). The four leads are all charming and able to make the characters distinct from one another.
Let's not beat around the bush, though. Bikini Spring Break has no budget; stadium crowd scenes feature, like, 20 people, the town is supposed to be bustling with spring break craziness, but the girls run into the same three characters over and over again. Whatever, you know what you're getting into. They don't try to have spaceships or battle scenes or anything too demanding.