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A poor script, awful leads and minimal laughs make 'Miss March' a definite miss!
'Miss March' tells the story of Eugene (Zach Cregger), who awakens from a coma after four years, to find the love of his life Cindi (Raquel Alessi) is now a sexy centerfold model and resides in the Playboy Mansion. He travels to Hollywood with best buddy Tucker (Trevor Moore) to win her back, after failing to take her virginity on Prom Night.
The negative reviews for this 'comedy' were actually right, because Miss March is nothing more than a poorly scripted attempt at a comedy with two juvenile leads, minimal laughs and a Straight-to-DVD vibe about it. Cregger was decent, but Moore was awful and completely unfunny with every line of dialog he spoke. Alessi is barely featured in the film (despite her being a key character to the plot), and most of the brief laughs are from side characters who are barely in the movie.
The only real laughs arrive in the last 20 minutes of the film, when the two leads finally arrive at the mansion. But even then, it's side characters such as two Russian lesbians and a rapper named 'Horsed*ck.MPEG' who provide the short-lived jokes, because the two leads (especially Moore) had no comedic charm to them. I wouldn't be fooled by the R-rating for this flick also - a few boob shots near the end hardly make this a 'raunchy' comedy.
Positives about the film? Well, Hugh Hefner was pretty decent in his cameo role, and Betsy Rue (My Bloody Valentine 3D) has twenty seconds of screen time, and gives a better performance than both leads in the whole 85 minutes. Raquel Alessi was also good, even though she didn't have much to do, and the side characters provided some quick laughs in some scenes of the flick, and the last twenty minutes were decent. Plus, Miss March did have potential, but the poor script sunk the movie.
Overall, the movie just feels like another low-budget comedy which will be in the bargain bin in no time. I'm not surprised it didn't last long in theaters, and I'm disappointed to say that the negative reviews for this were right. The last twenty minutes saved the movie from being awful, but it's really not worth it just for those twenty minutes.
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