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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
A virginal high school senior (Tamia Raymonde) decides to get revenge on her jock boyfriend when she discovers he's only dating her in hopes that she will end up in his team's "bang book".
Not sure what to make of this film. The movie seems to be presented as a comedy, but it really is not funny. Even Rob Schneider does not help -- and it is not his fault, as they give him nothing to work with (a complete waste of such talent). But I want to complain about Matt MacNabb for a moment.
MacNabb, a writer for DVDLegion.Com, is quoted in the press release as saying "American Pie has nothing on Wild Cherry." You, sir, are a terrible reviewer. I am by no means a fan of "American Pie", but it is far and away the better film. "Wild Cherry" just had no funny moments, and despite being full of teen girls in various states of undress, just is not sexy.
A few times it comes close to emulating "Van Wilder", particularly with a very disgusting use of male juices. But it is just gross and not funny at all. Who is this film catering to? It is not realistic, it is not silly, it is not consisting of anything redeeming whatsoever.
With Rumer Willis (Ashton Kutcher's stepdaughter), Tamia Raymonde ("Lost") and the girl from "The Hills", this should draw in your attention. I mean, you know, that is some decent star power. But again, completely wasted. That the film is dated 2009 but is only getting released in 2011 says something. And that something is this: it is not good.
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