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The Deviants (2004)

R | | Comedy, Romance | 29 May 2004 (USA)
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A comedy about a matchmaker for people with hilarious dating problems.


Reid Waterer
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Doug Dezzani ... Norm
Tamara 'Gingir' Curry Tamara 'Gingir' Curry ... Monique (as Tamara Curry)
Johanna Black ... Madeline
Parry Shen ... Jerry
Jeff Pierce Jeff Pierce ... George / Oswaldo
Emily Petta ... Zoe the Yoga Girl
Tiffany Shepis ... Marina the Nudist
Brad Yoder ... Chad the Pool Guy
Ana Mercedes ... Rosey the Cleaning Lady
Christopher Bradley ... Ivan the Wheelchair Guy
Randy Becker ... Kevin the Self Lover
Angel Boris Reed ... Cecilia the Sex-crazed Woman (as Angel Boris)
David Goldman ... Brent the Cat Guy
Shauna Sand ... Mrs. Jones
Pierre Sauvé Pierre Sauvé ... Phillip the Inadequate Guy


Norm (Doug Dezzani) and Monique (Tamara Curry) are two matchmakers who employ rather unorthodox methods while playing cupid. With their knowledge of interested and lonely parties personal sexual preferences, they specifically target those who might be potential love matches. Written by Larry B.

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Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexual content, nudity and language

Parents Guide:

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Monique: I haven't been this bummed out since I found out the woman who fit me for my first bra... she didn't even work at the department store.
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Soft-core porn without the core.
29 August 2004 | by J_CarlsSee all my reviews

As much as we might welcome a film that deals with people who have different challenges in the area of romance, I cannot shake off the feeling that this movie was intended as a direct-to-video grade-C porn movie in which either A) the actors backed out of doing the explicit scenes or B) the producers ran out of money to hire for the inserts (an amazing thing if it were true).

I had to go back to Blockbuster to figure out why on earth I had rented it, which was due to an admittedly amateurish gullibility regarding the cover blurbs, which seemed to imply a seditious John Waters-style humor-fest with a sexual theme. Okay, I laughed a couple of times and it definitely has a sexual theme (although most of it can't be described as stimulating in any way). But, on some movies you might rewind to make sure you heard the dialog correctly--on this one, you fast-forward because you already know what they're about to say. But there's nothing to fast-forward to, so just fast-forward past it on the shelf.

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Release Date:

29 May 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dime qué buscas y te daré... sexo See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Green Band Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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