This sexy, teen-comedy is about a freshman, Matthew, at college who meets his dream girl in a dorm elevator during a blackout. He never sees her face, but instantly falls in love. In the ... See full summary »
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This sexy, teen-comedy is about a freshman, Matthew, at college who meets his dream girl in a dorm elevator during a blackout. He never sees her face, but instantly falls in love. In the morning, the power is restored, but the "dream girl" has vanished. All Matthew knows is that she lives in an all-girls dorm. He sets out on a semester-long journey to find his mystery girl amongst a hundred female suspects. Could it be Wendy? Dora? Arlene? Patty? Cynthia? Or the 95 other girls, any of whom could have been in that elevator with Matthew. Written by
When the main character has to strip because he lost the game, he lowers his boxer shorts, but when he walks away from the table a few moments later, you can see he's wearing underwear again. See more »
One hundred girls. And one of them is my true love, my forever soul mate, the Betty to my Barney, my kismetic destiny. The problem is I don't know who she is.
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"nice guy" misogyny packaged into a teen romantic comedy
Teen comedies in general are pretty silly and stupid. Most of these movies know it and they don't even TRY to take themselves seriously.
At least they're honest about it.
100 Girls, on the other hand, tries to deliver "insight" into sexism and differences the sexes but really just goes out of it's way to show 2 hours of wishful thinking from the perspective of a "nice guy".
Basically, this movie reduces men and women relationships down to such asinine levels it hurts. It first does so by reducing men down to 2 archtypes: Assholes and Nice Guys. Ron and Crick? Assholes, and both are just severely insecure with themselves. And of course, they're so unbelievably misogynist that by comparison, the main character's misogyny almost seems benign.
But let's see what this kid does: He breaks into a women's dorm, invades half of their privacies, vandalizes half of the dorm facilities, and all this because he was looking for that one girl that he might or might not have met. Yeah, if that's not friggin' creepy stalker behavior, I don't know what is.
And of course, all these women are just SWOONING over him. Not a single one finds him utterly creepy. Not one.
OH yeah, and we have strawman of a professor, the feminazi of women's studies. Great. Another caricature born out of ignorance for the studies.
ugh, at least American Pie had the decency not to include a goddamn manifesto in its dialogue.
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