The employees at a backwoods Alaskan ski resort (Jason London, A.J. Cook, Zach Galifianakis, Flex Alexander, Derek Hamilton) face the end of their snowboarding, beer-swilling, goof-off way of life when a big-time developer (Lee Majors) buys their town and promises to turn it into a haven for latte-sipping city folk. The title says all there is to say about this pathetic hunk of moron-bait. Jon Sack’s script is one part Northern Exposure
, two parts Casablanca
(no kidding), and seven parts Beach Blanket Bingo
. Direction, if such a word can be applied to something like this, is credited to “The Malloys.” Diligent research reveals them to be brothers Brendan and Emmett Malloy, who between them manage to constitute the equivalent of one hopelessly incompetent filmmaker.