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Christoph Maria Herbst,
I saw this movie on an exchange trip to Germany. Before the movie started, a couple of us Americans were talking to a German girl in the exchange program about the movie. She said she found American Pie to be "cute" and this movie to be disgusting. We figured she just probably had different standards than us (we didn't see how American Pie could be cute), but after we saw this we saw how horribly wrong we were. American Pie was rather cute, in a goofy sort of way, and Knallharte Jungs was revolting. With no apparent storyline, irritating characters, and jokes about things like attempted date rape, a talking penis, and an old lady plunging a diarrhea-filled toilet with a vibrator, I felt violated and abused. I look back on the memory now with tears in my eyes. For shame, Mr. Henman, for shame.
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