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Four post-college men living in Aspen try to figure out what to do with their lives.

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Matt Raymand
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Peter Rothner
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Tyler Woods
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Carter Boyd
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Loan Officer
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Himself
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Kirsten Benston
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Vito Ubrissio
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Michelle Casper
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Liza
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Sexy Towel Girl (as Wendi Kenya Williams)
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Campbell Grady
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Milly Grady
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Sergei
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Viscerally experience a "year off" in Aspen, Colorado with a group of recent college grads who have elected to defer graduate school and career opportunities to ski, snow-board, climb, party, fall in love and basically live life to its absolute fullest out in this spectacular mountain town. Written by Anonymous

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Better Than Warm Apple Pie

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Rated R for some sexual content | See all certifications »

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13 August 2003 (Norway)  »

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Campbell Grady's first line, "Nice Climb, huh?" do not match his lips. See more »

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Sergei: [Peter is dancing in the cheerleader outfit when Sergei enters] Here's a guess... you're the naughty cheerleader?
Peter Rothner: There's a girl in here, ok?
Sergei: Really?
Peter Rothner: Sergei, I am not a...
Milly Grady: [More partygoers enter, stunned at Peter in the outfit] Uh, you can keep the outfit.
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Written by Ari Hest
Performed by Ari Hest - Live at The Village Underground [NYC]
Used by permission of Ari Hest (BMI)
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Much more than your average "teen" movie
18 February 2002 | by (Malibu, Ca.) – See all my reviews

Sheer Bliss is a movie that rises above the general stupidity that is so typical of today's "teen movies" and has a surprising amount of substance. Perhaps this is because it takes place after college, but the characters are not as juvenile and the movie isn't about grossing the audience out. Naturally, with the presence of American Pie's Eddie Kaye Thomas and newcomer Justin Urich, the film definitely has its characters of comic relief. Primarily a love story about a guy chasing after a girl (who has a boyfriend), it doesn't drag on like so many other such films(Loser for instance). Having seen both the original version of the film in its rough form and the final version, the director did a fine job of cutting excess baggage and allowing the film to move along. The skiing in the film is well done with cinematography to match. Supporting characters to newcomer Milo Ventimiglia (who is likeable without being sappy and pathetic) are well done and come off as people you would like to know. Maggie Lawson as Michelle is a great character simply because she is smart, funny and sexy. A rare trio for female characters in "teen" movies. The movie is a great mixture of comedy, drama and romance, and definitely a good date movie. It's worth seeing, because despite how it may be advertised, it is a departure from the traditional teen flick.

Also, for you James Bond fans out there, one-time James Bond George Lazenby makes an appearance as Campbell. It's nice to see him after 32 years.


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