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“Sundown” is on a mission to revive the Spring Break comedy of the 1980s, hitting modern audiences with cheap thrills and thinly developed characters while the film soaks up the sun and sand. Going the R-rated route, the feature at least understands the elements that made movies like “Hardbodies” semi-tolerable, but as juvenile farces go, “Sundown” is lacking in insanity. Co-writer/director Fernando Lebrija tries to work the effort into a frenzy with broad comedy and bizarre encounters, but he’s missing a crucial sense of escalation, with the picture stopping to rest between incidents, which ruins the pace of the endeavor. Read the rest at


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