A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. He and his ...
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A nerdy valedictorian proclaims his love for the hottest and most popular girl in school - Beth Cooper - during his graduation speech. Much to his surprise, Beth shows up at his door that very night and decides to show him the best night of his life.
A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. He and his sex-crazed best friend decide to take a cross-country road trip in order to crash a party at the magazine's legendary mansion headquarters and win back the girl. Written by
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Another time when I wanted to kill the main characters ten minutes in.
If you are making an R rated movie about someone who appears naked in a sex magazine, the audience expects to see that character naked. We don't. In fact none of the main characters appear naked. Nudity is reserved for female performers with no names. The moral of the movie is acceptance but the makers clearly judged anyone willing to show the goods as beneath them.
The two main characters are a pair of dimwitted guys no one with an ounce of self respect would want to hang out with. The stupid one is really stupid and bigoted. The straight one is really straight and closed minded. Just why would I want to identify with these two?
In fact most everyone in this movie is an idiot who acts like no real person would. The concept would have allowed for several good interpretations but they went for cheap and easy every time. And the fact that Hefner saw a rough cut of the movie before he agreed to appear as himself just means that he has no judgment either.
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