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 »
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 »
[Hank starts kissing her]
Hank, come on.
You know I made an abstinence pledge. I promised myself I would wait until I was sure I was with the right guy.
I thought I was the right guy.
You might be, I'm just not sure. But I like you a lot.
[Pops up from behind the couch]
Hi sexually frustrated teenager, I'm Blue Bally! And if you and your girlfriend don't have sex soon, your going to wind up with a serious case of blue balls! That's right, your nuts are going to turn blue.
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I caught this flick before it was released and had no idea what it was about. The title instantly gives you a bad feeling all over. Is it really one of those franchise " ______ Movie". Is it really as bad as those films? The answer is no.
It is incredibly worse.
Ladies and gentlemen this flick has cracked my top ten on the list of the worst movies ever made. It is truly that terrible.
The film, if you can even call it that, has no virtually no story or plot. It is honest to god, a bunch of sketches. Something off of SNL or Mad TV, but for raunchy. There is one character that runs throughout the entire film and he tries to get the girl. Nothing new, original or funny there.
The "film" for some reason has recognizable names. Stars like Jamie Kennedy, Matthew Lillard, Frankie Muniz and Michael Cera. This "film" is an embarrassment for all involved and should be locked away with films like Belly or Carnivore.
Non of the sketches are funny. We've seen all these things before. It tries to be edgy, but comes off as juvenile. A woman gets her cellphone stuck in her vagina and it constantly goes off, pleasuring her at the most inappropriate times. A kid buys a sex toy, a life like vagina and the entire skit is his relationship with it, it becomes jealous and kills itself. Matthew Lillard some unknown reason inter cuts the sketches with unoriginal jokes that your father probably knows.
The only tolerable bit was Cera, and it's only because he sells it, not the writing.
For the love of god and all that is good, never watch this trash.
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