I guess Corey Feldman really got a kick out of being in "National Lampoons Loaded Weapon" and really wanted to do a movie like it where he was in it for more then 15 seconds.
However, he really did not hit the mark of good slap-stick humor. Some jokes where funny, but most fell flat on there face. I guess there is not much more you can do then silly one liners when the entire plot, if you can call it that, of the movie is a corrupt Miami police station where no crime seems to happen, because they moved all the prostitutes into the police station and treat there prisoner's like they where running a hotel. However the Mayor has sent a new female Captain to overlook the station for a while to find out if the rumors are true of a corrupt station.
Without having much of a plot, Corey Feldmen's movie making debut needed someone to tell Corey that you need a decent plot, not just a lot of boobs to make a good movie. I could actually see this movie having been a big success had the girls not just done a bit of stripping and flirt there fake implants around, but have just made it a full on porno movie where the jokes would have fit right in as people would be fast forwarding past them anyway.
But it's not a porno movie, it's just an excuse for Corey and his friends to have fun with each other and see a lot of skin around them... like i'm sure he sold the two girls in the shower with him in one fantasy scene of his by saying, "this is really vital to the movie ladies, if I don't shower with you, it will ruin the entire outcome of this movie"
I can't see why they bothered to get Corey Haim in for the movie, he was well worth promoting as a leading man on the cover and having his name in the first credits after Feldmen's when he appears out of no where 40 mins into the movie, then disappears just as quick. Maybe he saw the movie was so bad he left filming, or Corey begged him to be in it to try and aid something more to it... either way, it fails.
I did kind of enjoy watching the movie tho, it was just so lame and cheesy I could not turn away, I wanted to see just how lame it could get by the end, and it gets there.
I found this on DVD as a double feature with "The Willies" starring Sean Austin... and I must say I take my hats off to the company who combined a PG rated movie with an R rated one. Makes perfect sense doesn't it?