Frequently Asked Questions
Opening credits / Seth picks up Evan - "Too Hot To Stop" by The Bar-Kays.
Seth parks in faculty lot - "Soul Finger" by The Bar-Kays.
Seth runs in P.E. - "Seth Runs On Track" by Lyle Workman.
Evan tells Becca about his partying - "Flashback Party Weekend" by Lyle Workman.
Kids mess around in home economics class - "Do Me" by Jean Knight.
Seth's penis drawing flashback sequence - "Roda" by Sergio Mendes.
Evan meets up with Seth after offering to buy Becca's alcohol / Seth freaks out when Fogell doesn't show up / Seth goes on an angry rant about Fogell during chop class / boys meet up with Fogell after school - "Like A Pimp" by Lyle Workman.
Seth and Evan get off bus & meet up with Fogell in front of supermarket - "Bustin' Out (On Funk)" by Rick James.
Seth's fantasy sequence at the supermarket - "Goldslick/Seth Fantasy" by Lyle Workman.
Boys ride the bus to liquor store - "Are You Man Enough?" by The Four Tops.
Fogell nervously shows the cops his fake I.D. at the liquor store - "Cops See Fogell's I.D./Seth Saves Evan" by Lyle Workman.
Cops drive Fogell around / Michaels talks about CSI and the semen database - "Why Do I Cry" by The Remains.
Francis brings Seth and Evan to the older party - "Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent.
First song that plays when Seth dances with period girl - "Echoes" by The Rapture.
Second song that plays when Seth dances with period girl - "Big Poppa" by The Notorious B.I.G.
Cops and Fogell use the breathalyzer while drinking in the cop car / decide to have a shoot-off - "Journey To The Center Of The Mind" by The Amboy Dukes.
Evan sings to the cokeheads at the party - "These Eyes" by The Guess Who.
Mark fights with the cokeheads - "Ace of Spades" by Motorhead.
Cops and Fogell run away from the shoot-off after hearing police sirens / get the call for the older party disturbance - "Baby Please Don't Go" by Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes.
Cops and Fogell drive around, looking for the older party while playing with their flashlights - "These Eyes" by The Guess Who.
Evan runs away from Michaels / Seth and Fogell run away from Slater - "Evan Runs" by Lyle Workman.
Seth walks into Jules' party with the alcohol - "Here I Come" by The Roots.
Fogell dances with Nicola / Seth gets drunk with everyone - "I'm Your Boogie Man" by KC and the Sunshine Band.
Evan and Becca head upstairs / Nicola asks Fogell what Hawaii's like - "Blow Your Whistle" by Morgan Smith.
Evan drinks with Miroki on the couch / Michaels and Slater break up the party - "Capital S.A." by Alphrisk feat. Savage.
Seth carries Evan out of the party - "Cops See Fogell's I.D./Seth Saves Evan" by Lyle Workman.
Officer Slater dances by himself after busting Jules' party - "Pork and Beef" by The Coup.
Fogell and the cops destroy the police car - "Panama" by Van Halen.
Seth and Evan lay down in the basement - "Sleeping Bags" by Lyle Workman.
Seth and Evan go their separate ways at the mall - "PS I Love You" by Curtis Mayfield.
End credits - "SuperWhat?" by Lyle Workman.
Superbad attained mostly good reviews but did pick up some less than appreciative comments along the way. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a very solid 88% approval rating and a critical consensus indicating it's a vulgar teen flick, but with genuine heart and wit.
"Supergood." - Total Film, 2007
"It's as if Mike Leigh decided to make a gross-out comedy." - BBCi film review, 2007
"Doesn't quite have the insight of a classic, but it'll have you smirking for weeks." - Matt Bochenski, 2007
"It's misogynistic, homophobic and only occasionally funny" - Phillip French, 2007
"Easily one of the funniest movies of the year." - Gary Thompson, 2007
"In spite of the film's startling deluge of dirty dialogue and sight gags, tender notes are struck." - Bangor Dailey News. 2007
"It super freaking rocks" - Kyle Smith, 2007
"Superbad is aptly named" - Mark Kermode, 2007
"Superbad" is a four-letter raunch-a-rama with a heart, and an inordinate interest in other key organs." - Roger Ebert, 2007
"And, while Superbad may not be "supergood," it's engaging enough to be worth paying full admission prices." - James Berardinelli, 2007
"Its characters make no apologies for who they are. They just act out, and hilarity ensues" - Jeffrey Chen, 2007
Basically the Unrated version features several prolonged dialogue sequences that add up to a total difference of approximately 6 minutes. These extensions aren't that scandalous but for a fan of this movie this version is worth a look and features some more funny scenes. You can find a detailed comparison between both versions with pictures here.
The film is set when it was made, 2006. Look at McLovin's ID for reference.
It is never known for sure, but in a deleted scene it is revealed that Evan does in fact have a brother.