Amiable geek Mike (Ryan Pinkston) chases down the girl of his dreams, while Fred (Michael Cera) looks for love in a chat room and Chuck (Frankie Muniz) and his experienced girlfriend take their sex life to the next (very weird) level. Co-written by comic heavyweights Andy Samberg and Will Forte, this outrageous raunch-fest chronicles the highs and lows of teen lovemaking in all its embarrassing glory. Jamie Kennedy and Andy Milonakis co-star.
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- Adam Jay Epstein
Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1Subtitles
Spanish (Neutral)Closed captioned
NoLanguage and sound
English: Dolby Digital 5.1Other features
Color; interactive menus; scene access; director's commentary; making-of featurette.
Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sex comedy wants to push the envelope for tastelessness and shock. In addition to requisite female toplessness, the camera fixates on a sex toy that depicts a realistic, disembodied pelvis/vagina. Characters are high-schoolers (played by actors who look age-correct, for once) engaged in sexual practices and preoccupations, from basic attempts to lose virginity with a prostitute to bizarre fetishes with dwarves, Nazi regalia, and Abraham Lincoln. Though campy dialogue isn't strewn with swearing (a la Martin Scorsese), pretty much the whole range of profanity is uttered for comical effect, with both clinical and street-slang language. Locker-room humor references pornography, erections, vibrators, flatulence, etc. Heavy drinking in one segment, demeaning black stereotypes in another.
- Sexual Content
- Bare-breasted and lingerie-clad girls cavorting in sex scenes, as drawings in the opening credits, in an online striptease, and what is supposed to be the making of a porn flick. Frequent close-ups of sex toys that look like male and female genitalia. Jokey references to masturbation, oral sex, anal sex (homosexual and heterosexual), group sex, fetishistic sex, etc.
- Not applicable.
- Excessive profanity is uttered for comical effect, with streams of dirty words in particular coming from teachers and old folks.
- Social Behavior
- No positive messages. Demeaning racial overtones in one segment.
- Occasional computer logos and clothing labels. Some gag commercials for sex-aid products that are clearly fictitious.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Much drinking and inebriation in one sketch-segment. In another a character (well, a sex doll) commits suicide with an overdose of pills.
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it