Remember that last great summer you had with your friends? The summer you hoped would never end. Kicking The Dog is the story of that summer - a story about real life. Yes, the characters need to make life-changing decisions, but they're also partying, poking boobs, searching the fridge for emergency lubricants, telling stories about sharing condoms and enjoying other distractions that make spending time with old friends something so memorable you'll never find it anywhere else in life - no matter who you meet. Satchem and Julie must decide whether they should pursue their own personal dreams, or stay together, all while telling stories about nipples and wieners. Matt can and will hook up with any girl that crosses his path, including the girl of his brother Robbie's dreams. The sexually frustrated Josh finds himself working at the local porn shop while dating the former slut turned good-girl Jen. Soon his interest in fetishes conflicts with her new found morals, leading to some ... Written by
Twelve Friends, One Great Summer, Soon They Will Be Legends
21 April 2009 (USA)
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(RCA Sound System)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?
Two of the three songs on the soundtrack by Tom Karpovich - "Donna Jean" and "Jailhouse Blues" - were recorded in about 1978, but the original master was destroyed in a fire. The songs were dubbed from an LP record onto a CD and included in the movie, which explains the "scratchy" sound of a needle on a record. The third song "Let's Get Drunk Together" was re-recorded for the movie. See more
The character of Matt wears two different styles of pants during the second evening in the movie. When he's in the bedroom with the first girl, he's wearing "warmup" pants that button down the side, which he rips off. Later, when he's in the bedroom with the second girl, he's wearing button-fly jeans, which he rips off. See more
Did you ever give a footjob? It's all Josh ever wants?
What's a footjob?
It involves your toes, your feet, and his wang.
Does it involve the anus?
We Are Here
Written by Moody, Bess, Miller
Performed by The Dead 50's See more