Melissa is determined to make this Birthday one to remember, and it will be, just not for the reasons she was hoping. Her journey to rid herself of her bad hook-up karma will lead to some pretty strange situations.


Jamie Neese


Amy Heidish





Cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Hall ... Melissa (as Sarah Lindsay Hall)
Katy Stoll Katy Stoll ... Anna
Mark R. Gerson Mark R. Gerson ... Todd
Trevor Downie Trevor Downie ... JT
Mohammed Ojarigi Mohammed Ojarigi ... Scott (as Mo Ojarigi)
Joseph Porter ... Andrew
Nick Ballard ... James (as Bryan Dugas)
Joshua Morrow ... Jim
Coronado Romero Coronado Romero ... Craig
Grant Mahnken Grant Mahnken ... Henry
Lauren Nathanson Lauren Nathanson ... Mandy (as Lauren Waisbren)
Carolyn Cannon Carolyn Cannon ... Simone
Stirling Gardner ... Greg at Bergin's
Brian C. Smith Brian C. Smith ... Justin at Bergin's (as Brian Smith)
Sara Jean Underwood ... Ginger


Melissa is not having a good night. On her 21st birthday, she's caught her boyfriend J.T. cheating on her with a bimbo that looks like a swizzle stick. As she drinks away her sorrows with her best friends Anna and Todd, she hits upon the idea to hunt down all of her previous hook ups and wipe the slate clean. Anna and Todd think this is a bad idea, but damned if they're gonna miss out on some potentially embarrassing drunken hijinks. Thus starts a journey that takes the three friends across the Los Angeles nightscape: from front doors to coffee bars to nightclubs, battling karaoke singers, nerds who can't hold their liquor, jerks, sluts, bad jokes, worse self esteem and mind games galore. It's a birthday for the books as Melissa navigates the tricky line between Closure and Crazy, scrambling to avoid becoming one of Two Million Stupid Women. Written by Anonymous

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1 Night, 3 friends, 5 Exes and... 2 Million Stupid Women. See more »



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Rated R for sexual content and pervasive language

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Fun little indie movie.
11 July 2011 | by shezebelleSee all my reviews

You know why I like this movie? The three leads are completely adorable and charming and the the story and dialog are not conventional Hollywood schlock.

The whole story reminded me of dumb situations I got into with friends that were painful and awkward at the time, but completely hilarious in the retelling later. Watching the situation unfold for the characters was both painful and giggle-inducing: my favorite flavor of comedy!

Yes, it's a low-budget, independent movie and there are production elements I could nit-pick. But I won't, because I was so tickled by it. If you liked "Bridesmaids," you'll love this movie.

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Release Date:

27 February 2009 (USA) See more »

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2 Million Stupid Women See more »

Filming Locations:

Glendale, California, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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