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What a big surprise I received when I started viewing this DVD, there is really nothing I can say about this so called film. The actors did a fantastic job of portraying mixed up and confused young people, who use only four letter words mostly with "F" and one subject deals strictly with girls and one guy talking about men's private parts. There is a girl getting hit on and the guy getting to First Base and at the same time giving her a very hard time. The producer tries to shock his audience with conversations about believing in God or not, lesbian behavior, a guy who loves whores and a rather strange relationship between a father and his son. There is constant bad language and there is no story. The DVD cover has Drew Barrymore starring in this film, and this is a very false statement as well as this film.
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