A late bloomer, 15-year-old Flo experiences his sexual awakening, relentlessly targeting his gorgeous classmate Leonie. Flos friends eagerly try to help him out. The only problem may be Leonies boyfriend.
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After the eye-opening events in Ants in the Pants (2000), Florian is only one week away from graduation. Once more, the talkative part of his teenage anatomy gets him neck-deep into trouble, rendering Flo unable to control neither his ever-growing attraction to the opposite sex nor to stop embarrassing himself. As a result, Flo's best friend, Red Bull, comes to the rescue, and he has a brilliant plan to help his love-smitten companion get the girl of his dreams: the beautiful, Maja. Will Florian get Maja's attention? Will his "best friend" stop trying to help?Written by
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Wanda does Wupperthal: wow!
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German theatrical version was edited to secure a "Not under 12" rating. Many of the raunchier lines were deleted or changed, the scene in the sex shop was shortened, you don't see the dog licking the ice cream from between Flo's legs, the grandmother scene is shorter. DVD version is uncut and has a "Not under 16" rating. See more »
This movie doesn't take itself serious at all and should be compared with "Not Another Teen Movie" instead of the American Pie movies.
Being aware of that, it's much better than NATM. In "Knallharte Jungs" everything imaginable goes wrong, which make this film very predictable on one hand, but on the other the whole "everything's going wrong"-thing is presented in a very strong and graphical way, so I enjoyed just viewing the visualization although I could predict what comes next.
The characters are completely out of reality, but nevertheless the actors filled them with a lot of life.
"Knallharte Jungs" surely isn't on the edge of German filmmaking, but it's worth to see if you like movies from this genre.
6 of 10
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