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Tequila Body Shots

Rating:R (for strong language, some sexuality and substance abuse)
Genre:Comedy, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:February 25, 2000
Running time:94 minutes
Cast:Joey Lawrence, Dru Mouser, Nathan Anderson, Josh Marchette, Robert Patrick Benedict
Director:Tony Shyu
Producer:John Duffy
Writer:Tony Shyu
Distributor:Soho Entertainment Inc.

Description: Love, demons, and tequila...a comedy with supernatural overtones. Johnny, a hip college student takes a fun trip to Mexico with his buddies. Set against the colorful Day of the Dead celebration, all Hell breaks loose when Johnny gets mind-reading powers from a medicine man's magical tequila. Johnny's friends want him to use these powers to get women, but Johnny has to save the girls of his dreams from her past life husband who is stalking her. The comical escapades are tied together by Tequila Body Shots, which not only leave hickeys, but also conjure the souls of the dead back to life!

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