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Picking up the movie by chance the title made me think this would be a spoof movie in the veins of "Date Movie" or "Scary Movie". However it quickly turned out that this was actually a collage of sketches centred around teenage sexual experiences with ideas ranging from farting to accidentally getting cast in a porno flick. The cast itself is the who is who of on-screen geeks: Michael Cera, Ben Feldman, Matthew Lillard, Frankie Muniz, Steven Christopher Parker, Roy Pinkston.
An average, but admittedly occasionally, entertaining affair, which naturally lacks real focus given it has no real plot, apart from the fact it builds around one high-school and one basic concept. Much like a pretty poor Saturday Night Live episode it does have its moments, but some of the jokes are literal stinkers.
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