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written by Kerry Mills and Andrew B. Sterling
arrangement by Simon Charles Katz
Performed by Rick Faugno, David Dastmalchian, Phil Leggett, Christien Bastin, & Nick Kanellis See more »
Virgin Alexander is one of the funniest comedies I have seen in a long time. An amazingly talented cast, with some great up and coming actors, and so many hysterical moments that I had stomach cramps after! Alexander is a mid twenties virgin, definitely well cast, who turns his grandfather's house into a brothel hoping to earn enough money to satisfy the mortgage. Ron Howard's daughter, Paige Howard, plays the beautiful leader of the pack. The other girls are played by Mika Boorem and Elizabeth Masucci (Shame), both absolute stunners! The movie is so well written that it touches a broad range of serious, real life subjects, such as female empowerment, yet also dances the fine line of being so uncomfortably comical. VA is definitely worth picking up!
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