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After his best friend loses his virginity, socially inept and high strung Allan finds himself alone in high school and with no shot of getting laid anywhere in sight. But when hyper-extroverted Zack moves in across the street, he won't take no for an answer and drags Allan along for the ride of his life. Written by Anonymous

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If you loved sex comedies from the 1980s, this one's for you
21 December 2013 | by (CA) – See all my reviews

If your version of sex ed included movies like Revenge of the Nerds, Porky's, and National Lampoon's Vacation, you'll feel right at home. The plot take a couple of ordinary outsiders, antiheroes that ring true, and brings them together as allies through luck and circumstance. It's got a bit more heart than the predecessors I mentioned, and there is both the laugh-out-loud shot in the arm of a budding bromance whose moments of honest self-discovery are offset by the less subtle if more gratifying scenes of hot twins in a hot tub. Lest you mistake this for a vehicle for gratuitous boob shots, the writing and dialogue add a clever twist to old tropes, with a bitingly funny scene stolen by a mob boss with landscaping troubles. A great film to end a long day after work where you are looking for a laugh.


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