18 year old Rick Stevens is willing to do whatever it takes to win the heart of Nina Pennington. In his quest to land the girl of his dreams, he has to contend with her psycho ex, his best friends horny mother, a manic strip club manager, a perverted principal, a lecherous priest, his suicidal mother, and a patron saint with a camel toe. No one ever said love was easy. Written by
When Rick is wandering through the jail after the party, an inmate is led down the hall by an officer. The inmate is played by Justin Bieber who, among other things, is the on-again, off-again boyfriend of Selena Gomez who plays Nina. See more »
When Mrs. Bender was chasing Rick around the island table, he knocks down a cup of straws. In the next cut, the cup is right side up, but nobody had cleaned them up. See more »
My mother's deep throating a breathing tube, and you want to know how far in college she got?
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A quirky comedy, which is quite hilarious in parts, and breezy in others when it doesn't be hilarious. Tim Garrick and Scott Russell's script throws in all the naughty elements for a typical teen comedy, which can take give viewers a nostalgic throwback on some of the fun times during their school and college days.
Garrick also doubles up as the Director, and he handles the material with just the right kind of nonchalance and spice needed to execute a silly, American sex comedy about young adults discovering adventurous things in life and encountering trouble along the way.
Nat Wolff and Selena Gomez just about past muster as the leads, but it's the supporting cast -boasting a string of noted movie and TV personalities - from Mary-Louise Parker, to Elisabeth Shue, Heather Graham, Patrick Warburton, and Dylan McDermott who really throw their weight into the proceedings to elevate what could have been an average, done-to-death teen, sex comedy. By the end of it all, you'll end up quite enjoying "Behaving Badly", and actually be glad that you chanced upon this little known, comedy romp.
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