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Saved By the Bell: Hawaiian Style & Wedding Vegas [Import]

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  • Format: Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: Aug. 7 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B000QUEQ4A
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HAWAIIAN STYLE: It starts out as a fantasy getaway, but a trip to Hawaii turns into a working holiday when the gang pitches in to help Kelly's uncle save his hotel. Meanwhile, new couple Slater and Jessie try to go two weeks without fighting, and Zack falls in love at first sight with a local Hawaiian girl. It's an adventure that's classic "Saved by the Bell" fun on the sunny shores of Waikiki! WEDDING IN LAS VEGAS: Kelly and Zack are finally tying the knot, but not before a few major problems. On the way to the alter, the guys land in jail, the girls' car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, Kelly accuses Zack of cheating on her, and Zack loses all the wedding money! Oh, and did we mention the jewelry heist? In true "Saved by the Bell" spirit, the gang pulls it together at the last minute and pulls off a Las Vegas wedding like no other.

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I bought this as a gift for my sister, one of those girls who has everything! What better gift that two fun memories? That we may also know off by heart (and quote Wedding in Las Vegas on every trip to Vegas?). The perfect gift!
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb68840a8) out of 5 stars At last the SBTB movie! June 1 2007
By Kenith Anthony Gulick - Published on
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Anybody who is a fan of the original series has been waiting for this release. Finally, we can own all the SBTB,almost. It should be noted that the Hawaian movie was actually the last thing filmed with the original cast before the Tori episodes of season five. This is a great little escape when you're feeling down and out in the real world. And at last, for those who got the College Years box can finally endcap the series with Wedding in Las Vegas, as the gang has some hijinks in the city that never sleeps and finally we see Zack and Kelly get hitched. Even Jessie and Belding show up! Now if only Liongate would release thoe Junior year episodes with Miss Bliss...hint hint.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb68842f4) out of 5 stars Saved by the Bell: The Movies Sept. 17 2012
By Coffee Addicted Writer (Billy) - Published on
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During the height of its popularity, the series aired a primetime movie titled Hawaiian Style Vacation during the fourth season. The movie is missing from the seasons 3 & 4 set, but Liongates later released the movie along with Wedding in Las Vegas on a single disc. The Hawaiian Style is set during the summer in between season three & four, while it actually aired in November 1992. (Note: The movie was actually filmed as wrap-up to the series, but the producers ordered a fifth batch of episodes in which Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani-Amber Thiessen didn't return for.)

The plot involves the Bayside gang going to Hawaii to visit Kelly's grandfather, played by Dean Jones, but they soon find out that her grandfather's hotel business is going under due to a new resort taking all the business. He is going to loose the property if he doesn't get some tourists to check in. Of course, the gang helps out by conning a group of principles, including their own Mr. Belding, into checking out of the resort and checking into the hotel. Due to the fact that there is no staff, the gang fills in as the staff.

I had forgotten how the movie went, as I probably haven't seen it in at least fifteen years. The plot reminds me of the 1939 classic Blondie Takes a Vacation. There's also a side-story in Hawaiian Style involving Zack falling in love with an older single mother. Hawaiian Vacation actually stands out from the series with its clever writing.

After the short lived series Saved by the Bell: The College Years was cancelled, Wedding in Las Vegas served as the series finale for the original Saved by the Bell cast. I recall watching the movie when it aired on October 7, 1994, but I don't think I ever rewatched it until last week, so the movie was kind of new to me.

The movie is centered on Zack and Kelly getting married in Las Vegas. They only have $1,200 dollars to spend on it, but after Zack gets caught speeding, he no longer has any money. As soon as they arrive, Zack and Screech get odd jobs, but then they end up as male escorts as they try to raise the wedding money. Meanwhile, Slater gets involve with Carla, whose ex-boyfriend is a mobster. The whole gang get involved in a jewel heist, but of course everything ends happily ever after for Zack and Kelly.

Wedding in Las Vegas gives the Saved by the Bell fans a proper farewell along with a couple of cameos by old cast-members during the wedding ceremony. Overall, I enjoyed watching both movies and I recommend the DVD to other fans.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb6884534) out of 5 stars I can finally die happy! July 9 2007
By Katie - Published on
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I am sooooooo excited! I watched saved by the bell as a kid and about six moths ago i began to buy the seasons and have loved reliving my fav. memories especially w/ Zack and Kelly and now to have my collection complete with this new relase will be wonderful.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon Princess - Published on
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This is one of my all time favorite shows! I had been waiting for these episodes to come to DVD for years now! And finally here they are! These complete my collection of Saved by the Bell!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb68845ac) out of 5 stars Pure, cheeseball fun! Sept. 8 2009
By Angie - Published on
Format: DVD
I just received this DVD as a birthday present about two weeks ago. I grew up watching Saved By the Bell, and was thrilled to get the DVD. If you love Saved By the Bell, you'll love these two movies. The series' distinctive cheesiness is apparent in both movies (although probably a little bit more in "Hawaiian Style" than in "Wedding in Vegas").

The DVDs are great, and it's wonderful to finally own these guilty-pleasure movies, but I do wish that the DVD had some sort of special features on it. If there had been special features, this DVD would be a five-star rating.

Verdict: Must-own for the die-hard Saved By the Bell fan, but don't expect anything extra.