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Donald L. Gold
Jay Michael Ferguson,
In high school, three girlfriends decide to make a secret pact with each other to wait to have sex, save themselves until they feel the time is right, despite an aggressive plan from the opposing sex. Written by
The next in a long line of teen-sex ("American Pie" rip-off) comedies. Absolutely nothing new. Have seen worse. I say C
"Let's teach these guys a lesson, it's pay back time." After a group of girls discover a book that the school football team has that lists the schools virgin girls and the player that is supposed to "check them off" they decide its up to them to stop the tradition. The girls decide not to have sex at all until the season if over, while the boys try everything they can to complete the task. This movie is nothing new at all. The typical high school movie where everyone wants to lose their virginity, complete with the over protective father (Schneider). If you have kids in high school I would be very leery about watching this one. It seems that everyone (even the virgins) are obsessed with sex and find it very difficult to hold out for the entire 3 months of the football season. The thing that always gets me is that they always seem to cast people that are in their early 20's to play the high school students, and the over the top parties and dances are so unrealistic that some kids are disappointed when they get to an actual high school. That part aside this type of movie has been done a million times, most funnier then this one so don't expect anything really new. Overall, I have seen worse movies from this genre. A few laughs, but pretty much the same jokes that have been in every movie like this (yes, the kid experimenting with food and the surprise in your drink scenes are in this one too). I give it a C.
Would I watch again? - Not this one, but I'm sure that 100 more just like this one will be made.
*Also try - American Pie & The Virginity Hit
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