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Extreme Movie (2008)

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A sketch comedy movie about the joys and embarrassments of teen sex. But mostly the embarrassments.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick J. Adams ... Male Voice (voice)
Denise Boutte ... New Tabitha
Brian Burt Brian Burt ... Dancer
Michael Cera ... Fred
Rich Ceraulo Ko ... Angus (as Rich Ceraulo)
Vanessa Chester ... Charlotte
Dennis Cockrum ... Len's Dad
Byron Cotton ... David
Nicholas D'Agosto ... Evan
Shasa Dabner ... Lindsey
Christina DeRosa ... Nancy
James Eckhouse ... Jessica's Dad
Danny Ehrhardt ... Biff
Jane Silvia ... Female College Student (as Jane Silvia Epstein)
John Farley ... Mr. Matthews
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Storyline

Raunchy as they come, Extreme Movie (especially in its unrated edition) is a sex perversion comedy with a teen accent. The clever and original premise finds a number of high-school students taking a sex-education class taught by an over-friendly teacher trying to make kids comfortable about an uncomfortable subject. Each students has his or her own take on early sexual experiences, making Extreme Movie a bundle of sketches starring a few familiar faces. Frank Muniz (Malcolm In the Middle) begins the comedy as a lucky guy who talks his girlfriend into going all the way, and then finds there's no limit to her fetishistic cravings. Michael Cera (Superbad) plays a computer nerd who meets a hot girl online and sets up a meeting with her, but ends up in the wrong place accidentally terrifying a middle-aged woman (who beats him with a broom). Other bits involve sex with Abraham Lincoln, sex with a Muppets-like character, and the travails of a horny teen (Ryan Pinkston) whose shyness is ...

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A film with many happy endings...

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong pervasive sexual content, nudity and language - all involving teens | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The scenes with Kevin Hart about creating the perfect woman by computer is a parody of Weird Science, both the movie (1988) and TV series (1993). See more »

Goofs

In the rape delivery scene, Fred enters the room where the old lady is calling the police, leaving the door opened behind him. However the door changes from opened to closed between shots. See more »

Quotes

Fred: Did somebody order the rape?
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Alternate Versions

Unrated version is actually 10 minutes shorter due to the pre-credit outtakes being cut. See more »

Connections

References Nasty White Amateur Blowjobs 2 (2006) See more »

Soundtracks

Jerk It
Written by Graham Bertie and Omolola Salam
Performed by Thunderheist
Published by Independent
Courtesy of Third Side Music
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Even the Razzies spat this crud out.
24 February 2009 | by Lemon_StickSee all my reviews

From the offset this film tries so hard to pull off a 1999 teen comedy spoof, though it fails cringefully. The movie is just one incoherent skit to another - all involving different characters, with flashes to an awful 'Street confessions' mock TV show and film editing transitions of white noise, how windows 95. Also talent wise Frankie Muniz headlines the movie, which for an out of work child actor doesn't say a lot. Big name Michael Cera looks embarrassed through trying to bounce off other wooden 'actors' (I doubt they were even that) involved a small role in an equally unfunny scenario. And the porn scene... I think it's safe to say SAG have no idea where those artistes were hired from. The writers also embarrassed themselves implementing poor, poor imitation scenes from Weird Science, Girl Next Door and Not Another Teen Movie, so much it ruins the original.

Overall I felt hurt I had wasted my time watching this film, the very least they could have done was edit it so it all stories were linked and thus gave somewhat correlated chronology of events, instead of mind wobbling mess of themes. There was a main plot of the film nestled inbetween the separate dire toilet humour gags, though it was underdeveloped and poor.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 July 2009 (Iceland) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$54,822
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| (unrated)

Sound Mix:

Dolby

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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