A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. He and his ...
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A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. He and his sex-crazed best friend decide to take a cross-country road trip in order to crash a party at the magazine's legendary mansion headquarters and win back the girl. Written by
In the early scene at the "Abstinence Now" seminar, some of Raquel Alessi's (Cindi Whitehall's) lines were dubbed over for the movie's final release. Originally, the story she told on stage prominently featured the word "retard", referring to a baby that was born to an illegitimate mother who smoked. Due to concerns over bad press, the word was changed to "crackhead". See more »
When Eugene talks to Cindy in the tree outside her bedroom window, it is supposed to be night, but blue sky appears through the tree leaves. See more »
When you give something to a bitch, they don't do nothin' but take. That's why I don't give 'em nothin' but the dick. 'Cause they can't take that away. You'll see. Tomorrow at the mansion I'ma run the train on seven, eight, nine, ELEVEN o' them honeys! Ain't a Playmate there I ain't tagged yet.
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Tucker Cleigh (Trevor Moore) is a loudmouth sex-crazed idiot. Eugene Bell (Zach Cregger) is his straight laced best friend. Cindi Whitehall (Raquel Alessi) is Eugene's girlfriend. They decided to save themselves but Cindi wants to take it to the next level. He promises to have sex on prom night. Then at the prom after party, he falls down a flight of stairs. He wakes up after a 4 year coma when Tucker hit him with a baseball bat. Cindy is the new Playboy centerfold. They take a cross country trip to the Playboy mansion to win her back.
The biggest problem is that the two leads who also co-wrote and co-directed this movie are completely lacking in big screen charisma. It doesn't help that they look like 30 year olds when their characters are in high school. Their age fits a little better after the coma. However the lack of charisma never changes. As for the crude humor, it has its moments. They are definitely pushing the envelope, but everything in between is dreadfully boring.
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