Four guys, one camera, and their experience chronicling the exhilarating and terrifying rite of passage: losing your virginity. As these guys help their buddy get laid, they'll have to ...
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Four guys, one camera, and their experience chronicling the exhilarating and terrifying rite of passage: losing your virginity. As these guys help their buddy get laid, they'll have to survive friends with benefits, Internet hookups, even porn stars during an adventure that proves why you will always remember your first.Written by
Zack Pearlman was discovered when he uploaded "Repressed Memories", where he recited being caught masturbating at the age of 16 by his sister. See more »
[while on his knees, shaving Matt's pubic hair]
So, when you're fucking her tonight, you know what you should say? I was thinking about this last week. You should say, "Girl, I'm gonna fuck the taste right out of your mouth."
No. No, I'm not saying that to anyone.
It's not classy.
It's very classy. That's like holding the door for a woman.
Saying that I want to fuck the taste out of someone?
[Admires the shaving work he's doing]
I am good at this.
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Bringin' It Backwards
Written by Daniel Benjamin Yemin, David J. Palaitis, Ari Zev Katz, Peter Munyan Martin, and Scot Golley
Performed by Lifetime
Courtesy of Jade Tree
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Readjust Your Expectations
Everyone keeps trying to compare this film to the Judd Apatow-era teen comedies, or the "American Pie" franchise. Thus, they are going into this with the wrong set of expectations. This isn't *that* kind of comedy. It has a lot more heart,for one thing, and it plays by a different set of rules. Apatow & Co., and "American Pie" come from the perspective of my generation (Gen X) projected on the current generation (Gen Y? The Millenials? Whatever we're calling them). This film comes more from the sensibilities of the current generation: sharing *everything* online, no such thing as TMI, no sense of privacy.
I tried to consider comparisons to other films. It reminded me a little, in spirit, of the recent little sleeper "Bart Got A Room." I also tried to approach it from the perspective of "'Porkys' made by kids who weren't born when the original was made." All of those fell short. Ultimately, it's its own film. Just like the kids it's about, it has a different set of boundaries and priorities; but underneath, the humanity is the same.
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