A high school slacker who's rejected by every school he applies to opts to create his own institution of higher learning, the South Harmon Institute of Technology, on a rundown piece of property near his hometown.
After being mistaken for terrorists and thrown into Guantánamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the U.S., where they proceed to flee across the country with federal agents in hot pursuit.
Ian is a high school senior in suburban Chicago, plagued by being a virgin. Online he's inflated his resume, met Ms. Tasty, and agreed to drive to Knoxville where she promises sex. He steals his homophobic, macho brother's GTO, and, with his two best friends, Lance and Felicia, heads south. Every young woman who meets Lance, including Felicia, is attracted to him, as he practices his aptly learned "Pick-Up Artist" skills. Ian, on the other hand, is a decent guy who wouldn't mind if his friendship with Felicia became a romance. By the time they get to Knoxville, they have encountered a jealous boyfriend, a menacing hitchhiker, jail birds, carjackers, an Amish community, and Ian's better judgment.Written by
After the credits, there is another scene of Brandy's Dad (Josh Duarte) who is being jokingly informed from off-screen that the prosthetic privates are on a table, indicating that he (Josh Duarte) is supposedly inadvertently exposing himself to the camera See more »
In the unrated version, there is an intro to the movie by the director and some of the cast explaining the difference between their unrated version and other studios unrated versions. This version incorporates extra added scenes, especially full frontal nudity and some dialog changes - often with the film crew breaking the fourth wall. See more »
Don't get me wrong Sex Drive is crude, rude, smart, and funny.
My problem is this: I have seen it too many times now - really.
If this film had come out 10 years ago it would have been great but not it suffers from severe retread. Teen movies are starting to suffer from the same problem that John Hughes had in the 1980s - been there, done that.
We watched Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist the other night and then this and they are a universe apart. The first is a real film, with originality and laughs, and the second gets its laughs by pushing the buttons.
As I said this is funny, you will laugh, but boy, this kind of film is starting to get old...
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