Confessions from a Holiday Camp
Holiday Camp is the fourth and final
installment of the Confessions series of British sex farces.
This time our boys seem to have landed cushy jobs at a holiday camp as
director of activities and group leader, but when the facility is
purchased by a former prison warden, they suddenly have to work hard.
Anthony Booth barely saves their jobs by saying he is planning a
beauty contest which will generate great publicity for the camp.
Robin Askwith is put in charge of recruiting guests to participate.
Many of them think the way to climb to the top is by climbing on
him, but there is a strict new policy forbidding employees from
getting involved with guests. Never one to ignore a naked woman,
Robin has trouble with that policy.
The creative team hit the bottom of the barrel this time, with
fart jokes, a pie throwing match, a gay character, racial jokes,
etc. They just went to the well one too many times with this series,
but at least had the sense to stop after this one. Well, actually it
was dollars, not sense, that prompted the decision. Or rather pounds
sterling. A fifth Confessions film was actually planned, but the
series was abandoned when the producers saw the disappointing box
office generated by this one.
If you are not familiar with our grading system, you need to
explanation, because the grading is not linear. For example, by
our definition, a
C is solid and a C+ is a VERY good movie. There are very few Bs
and As. Based on our descriptive system, this film is a:
Not recommended. All the flesh is pleasant to look at, but not
pleasant enough to make the film worthwhile overall. Even if you love British sex
farces, you will find this one sadly lacking.
- Full frontal nudity from Linda
Hayden, Nicola Blackman, Deborah Brayshaw, Caroline Ellis and Penny
Meredith. All that flesh is pleasant to look at, but not
enough to make the film worthwhile. Even if you love British sex
farces, you will find this one lacking.