It’s unusual for a sequel to be better than the original. But if you remember Camp Beaver Lake, The Movie, a Bobby Hollander disaster from 1984, you’ll know that to surpass that would be as easy as falling off Layla LaShell. In fact, this isn’t even a sequel, since the last one was basically a home movie while the current show has a cute story of nudist camp owner Ron Jeremy running into trouble with the law. He decides to sell the land to the Japanese, but thinks that if they know the true nature of the place they will flee. Their rep is Randy Spears and there are a few yuks over Ron’s vain attempts to get everyone to put their clothing back on, at least temporarily. The cast is very well used with some nice surprises. The now-Cal Jammerless Cameo has a nice part and a good scene with the thinner Jeremy. All of the ladiers herein are at their best and Sharon Kane does look terrific.
Everybody’s new favorite, Mercedez Lynn, does a superior threesome with Sunny McKay, everybody’s favorite Australian and her old man Dick Nasty. The scenes are well spaced, properly built up to and technically perfect. A pleasant surprise in many ways.