Although BEER isn't an average inane teen-sex comedy, it's certainly no shining example of the art of comic film. The story opens as Swit, a zealous ad executive, sets out to revive her company's sagging account with Mars's old family brewery. In the meantime Russ, a good ol' boy from
Texas; Stein, a handsome Italian; and Grier, a well-dressed black lawyer, all end up drinking in the same bar. When a psychotic hoodlum tries to rob the place, they inadvertently save the day, becoming instant heroes. Tucker immediately hires them to do commercials. This is a largely predictable
comedy that depends on stereotypes to carry much of the film's witless humor. The script a...