PG-13 | | Comedy
A retired Chicago firefighter partners with a reggae singer to turn a seedy Caribbean nightclub into a resort for affluent tourists.
The film's script, which originally was known as "Club Sandwich", was written with Bill Murray in mind for the central character of Jack Moniker.
In this country, the Constitution is written in pencil.
During the parasailing scene, the trees Andrea Martin heads for are not palm trees, but the trees she lands in are.
The initial credits are played over shots of the major characters, until the listing of the Flamboyants begins.
$4,152,296 13 July 1986