Eugene believes in no sex before marriage. So DID his girlfriend, Cindi. His BFF loves sex. At Senior Prom, just before sex with Cindi, he falls into a coma. Waking up 4 years later, his Cindi is Miss March in Playboy. Can he get her back?
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A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. He and his sex-crazed best friend decide to take a cross-country road trip in order to crash a party at the magazine's legendary mansion headquarters and win back the girl.Written by
In the early scene at the "Abstinence Now" seminar, some of Raquel Alessi's (Cindi Whitehall's) lines were dubbed over for the movie's final release. Originally, the story she told on stage prominently featured the word "retard", referring to a baby that was born to an illegitimate mother who smoked. Due to concerns over bad press, the word was changed to "crackhead". See more »
When Tucker lights up the pipe, we see a little burning piece of ash float to the curtains in the back, and light them up. However, there are three mistakes. First, the little burning ash turns off right before touching the curtains, second, the fire comes from below, instead of coming from where the ash supposedly touches the curtain, and third, a curtain could not be lit up in that way, and that fast by a little burning ash, unless it had some fuel poured to it previously. See more »
I laughed, cried (tears of laughter), and I ate overpriced popcorn
OK I just got back from seeing this movie and I got to tell you it was pretty damn funny. If you are going to this movie to see another Shindlers List...leave the car in the driveway. It is not artistic nor is it pretty. What it is...funny as hell!!! I caught the early showing (ok I'm cheap, there I said it and I am sticking to it). There were only about 20 people in the theater. An older couple, a couple of guys around 25, a group of 18 - 20 yr old, and of course yours truly. All different backgrounds and ages. What amazed me is that we all laughed when it was funny, we all cringed when it was gross. We did not have to have the director lead us to the joke like a fat kid to cake, it was just there.
Will you see this movie up for an Oscar...no. Will you see this movie in my movie collection when it comes out...U bet you sweet bippy.
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