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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. Edit (Coming Soon)
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 Edit (Coming Soon)
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. Edit (Coming Soon)