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'Who's Your Daddy?' is one of the most cheesy/corny/lame titles i ever saw that were given to a single movie. And to tell you the truth, this movie fulfills practically everything of what the title stands for. Plot is one of the biggest and most enjoyable jokes i ever saw in a teen-comedy flick. This movie is basically a mix, plot has same depth as plot from 1987 movie called 'Can't Buy Me Love' and sexual content of newer teen-comedy flicks like 'Miss March', which is truly a combination that promises lots of fun and "lesson" in the end that's always predictable but still nice to see. I was a little bit disappointed with sexual content though, this movie is rated R for "strong" sexual content and to tell you the truth it contains less of it than 'American Pie' (any part, especially the last ones) and less crude sexual humor than 'Miss March', but still i thought it was more pleasing than last few 'American Pie' sequels and 'Miss March', that's why i rated it by 1 star higher than i rated 'Miss March'. At moments it does feel kind of too cheesy and too corny (something like 'High School Musical') but it's hilarious at those moments so those scenes are pretty much balanced. Casting is fine, characters are fairly likable and enjoyable to watch (which is probably the main thing in these kind of teen-comedy flicks).
I don't know why this movie is so under-viewed and underrated, maybe because it was published directly-to-video and maybe just because it got out in between of 'American Pie' series and people didn't wanna watch the movie with the same concept twice, which is silly, everybody knows that these teen-comedy flicks of the millennium have same concept and reason of making but we still watch them, and why? Because they are entertaining of course, there are much worse ways of spending your afternoon than seeing this flick trust me. Recommended to every guy out there, i mean really, who doesn't wanna watch a movie where high school senior inherits a porn empire?
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