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Wow, amazing that this actually made it to see the light of day.
First off, despite being labeled as a comedy, this movie didn't make me laugh once. There were a couple of smirks, but that was about it. This movie was compared to the "American Pie" movies, but it doesn't reach that level at any point, not even by a long shot.
The best thing about this movie was without a doubt, the performance put on by Jack Cullison in the role of Brandon Murphy. He, and he alone, carried this movie and made it worth sitting through. I think he actually might just make a name for himself on the screen.
Sure, there were parts of the movie that had potential, but they failed to come through with enough punch to light up the room. There were scenes that had potential for laughs.
Also, the movie suffered from a horrible dialogue. It was painful to listen to it at times, but people at least did the best with what they had. I think, if the writers had actually put more effort, heart and soul into the dialogue, the movie would have been so much better, and had a lot more appeal.
Now, the worst thing about the movie had to be the performance put on by Philip Marlatt in the role of Anthony Reese. Oh my god! I literally wanted to claw my eyes out. It was like watching a hand-puppet show.
Supporting roles by Joseph Booton and Ramon Camacho were also good. They had the funniest roles in the movie, being all quirky and nerdy, but still managing to get with the MILFs.
As for the scenes and the settings, they worked quite well, and were actually some of the nicer things that came together and worked as a unity for the movie.
For a teen comedy, this movie failed. And there was way too much senseless nudity in the movie for my liking. I usually enjoy a good teen comedy or two, but this one was a drag. There are lots of better and funnier movies in this genre. Not everything in this movie is bad, but when you sit down to watch a movie of this genre you except to be entertained and to get some laughs; "MILF" didn't fully deliver to that extend.
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