Brad is about to hook up with the girl of his dreams, but runs into a problem, no condom. So Brad sets out into the night to find one, running into many obstacles along the way, while not knowing his best friend, Leah is in love with him.
Brad thinks he has found the girl of his dreams with Brooke. On the night when he thinks all of his dreams will come true, he runs into a problem, no condom. On his search to find one, he realizes that maybe it isn't worth the trouble. Brad is robbed, beaten up, arrested, and everything else imaginable trying to get just one condom. His best friend Leah is disgusted at his behavior, because she wants Brad all to herself and can't see why Brad would want someone like Brooke. Will Brad find what he wants or will Leah get what she has always wanted, Brad?Written by
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Despite being a studio film with an adequate budget and some famous actors, it was released in literally one theatre and it was pulled after only one week. Grossing only $309, it's one of the biggest flops of all time. See more »
A&P cashier name tag says Joanne but Public Address response calls her Grace. See more »
You know what love is backwards? It's E-V-O-L. Evil! Pure evil! Granted it's spelled differently, but it's the same thing.
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After the last end credits, a tow truck delivers the utterly wrecked Jag to Brad's parents. See more »
Now, I decided to watch this movie for two reasons...and both of them belonged to Jennifer Love Hewitt, if you catch my meaning. But really, this was a bad movie. The script was tedious, unimaginative, and laughably predictable. Don't get me wrong; I know that this was wrote as a "fluff" piece to be shot on a tiny budget. The problem was, that there are movies that make the "fluff" funny and interesting...like "Can't Hardly Wait." "Trojan War" was never funny, and there wasn't a single interesting character (or relationship) in the entire awful movie. Additionally, most of the actors seemed to take a page from the Bette Midler school of WAY OVER-ACTING COMEDY, which makes for a lot of joke-flop cringing. The directing, writing, and acting all combine for what is a unappealing, 84 minute long utter waste of time. Avoid this movie if you're not 13, or drunk enough to have trouble focusing your eyesight on the television monitor.
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