Director Bob Clark's infamous comedy takes an unabashed look at adolescence in the 1950s. Six teenagers, desperate to find sexual satisfaction at the notorious honky-tonk strip joint Porky's, are ripped off and thrown out. But Pee Wee (Dan Monahan), Tommy (Wyatt Knight), Billy (Mark Herrier) and Mickey (Roger Wilson) plot unforgettable revenge -- and wreak havoc on high school teachers Balbricker (Nancy Parsons) and Honeywell (Kim Cattrall).
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- Bob Clark
- This movie is
- Top 100 Laughs nominee
RAdult content, graphic language, mild violence, nudity and strong sexual content
NoLanguage and sound
Spanish (Neutral): Dolby Digital Mono, French: Dolby Digital Mono, English: Dolby Digital Mono
Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this is not a mild, PG-13 teen flick. It's a raunchy, bawdy high school comedy about friends who just want to have sex. Like a more graphic American Pie, the film features a great deal of nudity (full frontal in a lengthy shower scene) and explicit sex talk, as the guys look to lose their virginities or just get more notches on their belt. Since it's set in the 1950s, a few hate words referring to African Americans, Jews, and Latinos are said quite openly.
- Sexual Content
- There's so much, it's hard to know where to start: full-frontal female nudity (the infamous shower scene); men's backsides are visible; one loud sex scene that features partial nudity; half-naked strippers; a prostitute touches and looks over a row of naked guys; many, many conversations referring to virginity and erections, one of which is visible through a man's boxers, and much much more.
- A few hand-to-hand fights and a couple of bar brawls.
- Loads and loads of cursing: the "F" word, many variations of the word "d--k," several hate words for African Americans, Jews, and Hispanics, various euphemisms for sex and virginity and the standard obscenities "s--t," "ass," "asshole," "lardass," etc.
- Social Behavior
- The guys plot revenge against Porky's for denying them with sexual satisfaction via his stripper/prostitutes.
- Not applicable.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Several characters, including the teens, smoke and drink.
- 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