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Cancun was rushed into theatres to beat The Quest, another Spring Break doc from a competing studio was supposed to come out a couple of weeks from now (it's now been pulled from the schedule).
Cancun, not to mention the upcoming American Idol spinoff From Justin To Kelly, is our collective punishment for enjoying Jackass: The Movie so damn much.
Cancun, on the other hand, is a train wreck simply because it doesn't follow the same winning formula that makes the TV version so embarrassingly addictive.
www.sick-boy.com /realcancun.htm   (597 words)

 The Real Cancun
Reality television rears its ugly head in filmdom with the release of The Real Cancun.
The Real Cancun is a mix of The Real World (it was made by the same people) and Big Brother.
The Real Cancun is merely an extension of television, except now with drinking, language, and nudity.
www.haro-online.com /movies/real_cancun.html   (522 words)

 AlterNet: WireTap: The Real Cancun
This means that Cancun is dying, and with it goes the whole population of Cancun.
Cancun, however, was a difficult but feasible location where real people could confront the businessmen and women who sought to increase free-trade.
This is obviously not the case, and Cancun was an especially difficult place to organize, which emphasizes the importance of many people arriving early to pitch in their effort.
www.alternet.org /wiretap/17145   (3200 words)

 DVDAnswers.com - DVD Reviews - Real Cancun, The (Region 4)
Reality TV is popular for a reason which ensures The Real Cancun an audience come the time for its release on DVD.
You’ve got a real intense fight with two members of the group, some interviews with the players on some of the others, more on Alan’s escapades, an STD song that’ll have you giggling and some priceless wet t-shirt contest footage that somehow wasn’t involved in the theatrical cut.
Alan’s story is a crack up and should’ve been the thrust of the movie, but the reality genre dictates that there’s gotta be a lot of action going on to make it entertainment.
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 The Real Cancun (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In fact, I could see an interesting comparison between The Real Cancun and Fellini's Satyricon, since both works deal with the constant, superfluous binging and purging of sex and partying.
But of course, Real Cancun can not hold a candle; make that a lighter, to Satyricon in terms of moviemaking.
The docu-movie could (or now I should say could've) work as a full-on documentary, yet it doesn't seem there is anything real when dealing with HIRED people who feel they need to heighten there expressions, mannerisms, and dialogue when on camera.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0360916   (522 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Camino Real Cancun at Epinions.com
I knew that it was one of the first hotels in Cancun and that it occupies a prime location on the tip of the "7" shape that comprises the resort area of Cancun, surrounded on three sides by the Caribbean.
I had never seen the hotel before, because although it is near the nightlife in Cancun, it is "off the beaten track" of the main arterial road, the Boulevard Kukulkan.
It really was a shock for me, having stayed at many other hotels in Cancun that were all light, bright, covered in marble, with open high ceilings and an expansive floor plan in the common areas.
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 Gran Costa Real Cancun - hotel reviews
Costa Real was brilliant and so were the bar staff (nacho, julio, mauro, luis and the rest of them and luis maria the waitress was also a great person).
Entertainment was good, and the rooms were nice, other than that go to GRAN PORTO REAL much better and a romantic setting combed beautiful beaches tons of service and a great rooms--not to mention a coral reef 50 yards from the beach that’s waist deep.
The rooms were the cleanest I've ever stayed at in Cancun and we have been in the area 10 times.
www.cancunsmart.com /hotel-costa-real-cancun-2.php   (2747 words)

 DVD Review: Real Cancun
However, one bright ray of hope has emerged out of "Reality TV": CBS's "Amazing Race", a show that has teams racing across the globe completing challenges and seeing what the world has to offer, is a show that's beautifully edited and produced, exciting and actually has some educational value about the world around us.
SOUND: "Real Cancun"'s Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack is focused purely on the music, which bumps and thumps (and even spins around the room a few times) from all speakers throughout much of the movie.
Final Thoughts: "The Real Cancun" is a chance to watch, for 96 endless minutes, shallow people looking to become instant celebs party and drink.
www.currentfilm.com /dvdreviews4/realcancundvd.html   (747 words)

 'Real Cancun' a real quickie / 'Reality' movie shot in a month
Yet there's a case to be made for "The Real Cancun" as a document of the mating dance as well as an unintentionally poignant film about the brevity of youth.
If "The Real Cancun" is any indication, the younger generation is a lot more coarse than the generation that proceeded it, and yet the kids' blatancy - - the casualness about nudity, the constant sex talk -- doesn't necessarily translate into increased activity.
One week in Cancun: It's like a metaphor for youth itself, something appreciated as it happens and yet destined to be cherished more in memory than in the moment.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2003/04/25/DD262124.DTL   (699 words)

 Cancun Mexico Real Estate
Cancun, Puerto Morelos, Playa del Carmen, Playacar, Puerto Aventuras and Akumal.
Cancun real estate, situated along the beautiful eastern coast of Mexico, is some of the most sought-after
Cancun real estate was either legally forbidden for foreigners, or impossibly difficult.
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 Review: Real Cancun, The   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Real Cancun is disingenuous in many ways, not the least of which is its title.
The Real Cancun is the lastest brainchild of Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray, co-creators of MTV's "The Real World." Their expectation is that the massive fan base of the TV series will flock to theaters to see the movie, their desire fueled by titillating advertisements that promise more than The Real Cancun delivers.
The Real Cancun fails as a documentary, a narrative feature, a character piece, a sociological study, and soft-core porn.
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As a fan of the multiple "Real World" series, you can be sure that I my assessment of "The Real Cancun" is fair and unbiased.
In "The Real Cancun," 16 college teens, eight guy and eight girls, all do same thing throughout the entire week they're in Cancun, Mexico.
I knew "The Real Cancun" was going to be exactly what I expected, but I was waiting for the message; the repercussions.
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 Camino Real Cancun Hotel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Camino Real Cancun has a privileged location: it rises at the end of the island, a place also known as Punta Cancun.
Camino Real Club’s Deluxe exclusive and spacious rooms are located in the Tower section, in front of the Caribbean and with direct access to the Caribe beach.
With the best location in Punta Cancun, Camino Real Cancun is also located in the heart of the hotel zone, where the best entertainment centers, world-class stores, and Convention Center are located.
www.docancun.com /Hotels/camino-real-cancun.htm   (603 words)

 Real Cancun, The (2003): Reviews
There's a case to be made for The Real Cancun as a document of the mating dance as well as an unintentionally poignant film about the brevity of youth.
No matter how “real” things appear, scenarios and story arcs are relentlessly imposed upon the partay-cipants so as to finesse a narrative as crudely overdetermined and howlingly predictable as any studio-manufactured fiction.
The Real Cancun is no crime; at worst, it's a kind of staged tribute to "Porky's" done by amateur actors.
www.metacritic.com /film/titles/realcancun   (1019 words)

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www.real.com.mx   (114 words)

 nofreelist.com - The Real Cancun (2003)
The Real Cancun (2003) is also mentioned in mino's review of The Big Hit (1998).
suffers from something that many reality television series also suffer from - you cannot possibly get to know and become interested in the "characters" in a one and a half hour time period, especially if there are 16 people that you have to get to know.
The charm of a good reality TV series is that interesting people are put in interesting situations, and you can see how they react.
nofreelist.com /review?movieid=646   (1030 words)

 KINNOPIO - The Real Cancun
Exactly like “The Real World,” a group of attractive people in their early twenties have been recruited and shipped off to a luxurious condo in an exotic locale, where every room has cameras and microphones to record their lives for an extended period of time.
Proud to be known as the first ever “reality film” (whatever that means), The Real Cancun proves (surprisingly to some) that real life needs a lot more than a dozen conveniently placed attractive people flirting with one another to be considered entertaining.
The Real Cancun, on the other hand, is daring for about five minutes and everything else is as agonizingly dull as a weekday soap opera.
home.earthlink.net /~kinnopio/reviews/2003/realcancun.htm   (687 words)

 Cancun Real Estate Mexico   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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Cancun And Acapulco can offer you surf and turf and Cuernavaca or Guanajuato can offer you the finest in Mexican arts and crafts or dining experiences which will take you back to the Mayan or Aztec period.
Cancun is a rich mayan caribbean coast which still has some of the finest real estate opportuinities available.
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 The DVD Journal | Quick Reviews: The Real Cancun
Sure, The Real Cancun offers up the expected narrative of twelve horny, drunken, post-teen party animals, shacked up in a dream house for a week as they hedonistically rampage through spring break in Cancun, Mexico.
The Real Cancun is the perfect antidote for anyone who has bemoaned the lack of plot in the "Girls Gone Wild" series, and will likely be met with contempt by nearly everyone else.
The Real Cancun looks and sounds great on New Line's DVD in a bright and colorful anamorphic transfer (1.78:1) with both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby 2.0 Surround tracks.
www.dvdjournal.com /quickreviews/r/realcancun.q.shtml   (253 words)

 calendarlive.com: 'The Real Cancun'
In "The Real Cancun," producers Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray take the template from their long-running MTV series "The Real World"-- pick cross-section of twentysomethings, install in funky housing -- and superimpose it on a spring break idyll.
Yeah, the tequila flows in "The Real Cancun," and the guys are horny, and the girls are tattooed and willing, and Snoop Dogg shows up.
Their "Real World" has been on the air for 12 seasons now, and they have seen the networks jump on the bandwagon and weigh it down with cheesy concepts (this week on Fox's "Mr.
www.calendarlive.com /movies/reviews/cl-et-brown25apr25,0,7215915.story?coll=cl-mreview   (731 words)

 Gran Caribe Real - Official Web Site
In the heart of Cancun's famous Hotel Zone overlooking the marvelous turquoise waters and the soft sandy beach.
Gran Caribe Real Cancun (formely Continental Plaza) is the grand option for the best All-Inclusive offering a lot more fun that you might imagine.
Gran Caribe Real is a world apart, a luxurious Cancun hideaway dedicated to pampering our guests with personal service and world class cuisine in a beautiful natural private setting.
www.realresorts.com.mx /Caribe_Real   (247 words)

 Cancun Travel Information | Lonely Planet Destination Guide
From margaritas to Mayan ruins, this is the real Cancún.
In the middle of the north end of Zona Hotelera, Playa Langosta is a gem of a place for swimming....
Cancun is in recovery mode after Hurricane Wilma knocked down sea walls and trees and caused extensive property damage along the seafront.
www.lonelyplanet.com /worldguide/destinations/north-america/mexico/cancun   (259 words)

 New York Daily News - Home - Racy reality reaches big screen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
"Cancun" is the first film to chronicle sex and relationships in the unscripted, 24/7-camera format popularized by MTV's "The Real World" and CBS' "Big Brother." "Real World" creators Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray are the movie's producers.
"The Real Cancun" used more than 100 surveillance cameras, 50 microphones and 5 miles of cable to capture the exploits of 16 college-age youths as they caroused during eight days in Mexico just last month.
Their adventures, which include copious body shots (in which you slurp alcohol out of someone's navel), one-night stands and the transformation of a substance-free dweeb into a slurring, wasted, horn dog earned the film an R rating.
www.nydailynews.com /front/story/77110p-71102c.html   (941 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on The Real Cancun at Epinions.com
And when you see a few pretty girls (the sort who know PRECISELY how pretty they are) showing of all sorts of skin and sexuality once the third Tequila shot goes down, you often feel shame for how the gal will react when told of her antics tomorrow morning.
The Real Cancun certainly isn't a documentary; more of a feature-length rock video with drab sex talk in between the MTV tunes.
The only thing "real" about this flick are the collective testicles of those behind the camera - as in "You got a lot of real BALLS to produce and distribute such an amateurish pile of pandering crap."
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 The Real Cancún (2003) - PopMatters Film Review
It was previously my understanding that a wet t-shirt contest is sort of like a real-life soft porn feature, where (usually female) contestants are sprayed with water until their shirts are see-through, and eventually, if the drunken audience is lucky, they'll dispense with their tops altogether.
During The Real Cancún's wet T-shirt contest, it's about 10 seconds before the first contestant has lifted up her shirt, which seems sort of like a porn movie starting with the pizza boy and the housewife mid-coitus.
There has been much talk of whether this will usher in a new trend of "reality" movies as uncensored companions to their network TV counterparts, but the initial box office results for Cancún are dismal: it opened at number 10, earning just $2.3 million.
www.popmatters.com /film/reviews/r/real-cancun.shtml   (1105 words)

 The Real Cancun movie info - dvds
Funny, engaging and silly, The Real Cancun proves that "reality" isn't dead.
The characters, well none of them have much substance, no values at all really, as a study of human nature it's pretty depressing, though their are insights to be had.
In summary, as far as reality tv goes, it'll kill 90 minutes if the need be, though why kill...
www.mooviees.com /3699-the-real-cancun/movie   (447 words)

 FoodRoutes Final Word - FoodRoutes
Six weeks before the big gabfest in Cancun, the reality of the present situation is clear: the upcoming ministerial is in serious trouble.
Negotiators were to arrive in Cancun with skeletal agreements, called modalities, to promote trade in such key areas as agriculture, patents, health, non-agricultural goods and investment.
As Zoellick and Veneman head to Cancun in mid-September to push the White House free trade agenda on global agriculture, “What they really are promoting,” he explains, “is a lowest-cost producer agenda when, in fact, America is a high cost producer.
www.foodroutes.org /fwissue.jsp?item=67   (1916 words)

 The Real Cancun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
What it means, of course, is that "The Real Cancun," which bills itself as the first reality feature film, follows the formula pioneered by producers Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray of television's "The Real World": Make certain your casting and choice of location will deliver exactly what you want.
No, you cast extroverts whom you then fly to Cancun, Mexico, put them up in a luxury hotel where free booze flows, herd them to every major club and party in town, and there is no chance that naughty things won't happen.
Given the current appeal of reality TV and the fact a movie can show the R-rated stuff missing from television, "The Real Cancun" should pack in partygoers.
www.hollywoodreporter.com /hollywoodreporter/reviews/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1870401   (624 words)

 The Real Cancun DVD review
For those who enjoy watching MTV’s “The Real World,” this is a condensed, racier and somewhat more ridiculously funny version of the long-running, documentary-style show.
If you haven’t happened to have ever seen or heard of MTV but like movies that have no plot or point except to show a bunch of good-looking college kids in bathing suits drinking in Mexico, and I know there are a lot of you, then this is also for you.
The plot, if one could call it that, revolves around about 10 different college-age students who go to Cancun for spring break and live in a ridiculously nice house where they make their base for a week of drinking, dancing, beach-going, sex, and general mayhem.
www.audiorevolution.com /dvd/revs/realcancun.shtml   (505 words)

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