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Heather Paige Cohn,
Kate is about to graduate. Her biggest dream is to have sex with Ryan Lambert. The only problem is that Ryan refuses to have sex with a virgin. This leads to a hunt for another man to lose ... See full summary »
A coming-of-age story about two dim-witted 20-year-old roommates, Gene & Eugene, and their quest to lose their virginity. Their new plans hit a few snags when they must deal with their ... See full summary »
Jordan F. Ghanma
If you made this movie with your mates using your iPhone, you would not show it to anyone for fear of the humiliation.
There are no real jokes, and events rarely make any logical sense. Its very unlikely that anything was cut out either, and a lot of scenes give the impression that they were done in a single take without any formal script. Just to give an idea of the low production quality, there are lines where you can clearly see the actors forgetting what they are supposed to say, pausing, and then sort of improvising it. They borrow their jokes, some even from youtube videos but tend to leave half of it out, so you just get a punchline you cant understand(unless you remember the original joke).
The movie logic is contrived also(I cant even call it a plot). There is a sense that the characters are sometimes saying "I should hate you right now, but the next scene requires us to be friends so we are now friends, for no reason". Its like they were so eager to get specific references or gags in that they did not put enough effort into transitioning them. Expect every scene to follow the pattern(no spoilers): Guy 1: Hey, lets go to xxxxx Guy 2: OK Scene:Gag then some standing around Guy 1: Hey, lets go to xxxxx Guy 2: OK Scene: Gag etc
The writing is very questionable, I would question if any of it were ever on paper or just a general idea and word of mouth. Word for word, maybe 20% of the entire script is one of: dude, man, generic f-bomb. It really feels like it was written and shot at the same time, shot for shot, line for line. It will not be clear what is happening at points, a result of trying too hard put zany gags in awkward places and set up scenes lazily. Scenes are too long. Its as though they didn't know how to progress the story at times so nothing happens, for a while, and then there is a random subject change.
Weed is treated like a 13yr old whose older brothers friends gave him some weed once would act around it. Like if you saw a stranger wearing a bob Marley tee shirt you would try to "high 5" them and make "thumbs up" and smoking gestures while pulling a de niro face. Not hilarious, just sad. The gratuitous shots are more pervey than most and the sex is very pubescent-fantasy-esque. Most of the sex is also self administered, so be forewarned.
Its actually worth watching(a few clips will do) just to see how bad it actually is, but do not dare to give it money or you will hate yourself.
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