Sam has been kicked out of every school across the country. When he learns that his mother can no longer afford to keep him in school he and his friends start their own escort service, Cougars, Inc., to help pay for his tuition. Through this hilarious new job Sam and his friends explore the generation of Cougars who are desperately trying to stay young and loving every lesson they are taught.Written by
Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager
For your information, Alison here is acting all bitchy because I want to set up some paid play dates with a few boys from Moore.
You mean for shagging?
Mm-hmm. I think it's so cool.
I think it sounds awful. And completely illegal.
Yes, it is, Judy.
Stop being such a fucking square, Mary.
Mary is not a square. She's old-fashioned.
I'm sorry, but marrying an agent who is gonna help our little Ginger here with her career and give her a life of arm candy doesn't maker her ...
See more »
K Asher Levin is obviously a guy who thinks about smooth natural dialog, cos this movie is full of it. It seems adlibbed almost and this is an obvious strength for him as a writer and director. He's gone for the realistic vibe on this movie with under produced sets and lighting, taking it to a gritty vibe, and it's pretty damn good for that. He's taken what could have been a terrible Hollywood sleazefest and turned it into an indie edgy piece. There are flaws, that you can overlook with some suspension of disbelief. James Belushi's character is too cool to be anyone's teacher but he delivers it convincingly. The guys are a little too everyman but maybe that's the point, but if they're everyman then the swinging older women were too hot. Ultimately this is watchable and more importantly it shows some real promise for the director/Writer.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this