Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Sex and the Teenage Mind|
Actors: Jay Michael Ferguson, Allison Lange, Dee Wallace, Richard Karn, Michael Bower
Director: Donald L. Gold
Steamy, sexy and hilariously funny, this raucous new comedy navigates the uncharted wilderness of the teenage mind, where hormones run rampant and libidos run amuck! Jay Michael Ferguson (Return to Sender), Allison Lange (... more »
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Bad, even for a Danica fan
K. Gittins | CA USA | 10/28/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"First, be aware the editorial review above is written by the marketers of the DVD, and is not an actual review.
It's a very thin and basic-plotted movie - virgin boy wants to get laid. The End.
Not only is it poorly done and essentially worthless even ignoring the high price (twice as much when new), it has even more things that bug me:
1. As is the common practice in bad movies, mid-twenty year olds are playing high school students. 2. In the "special features" are a couple "deleted" scenes which are really just a few seconds more added on to identical scenes in the movie that in one case show 3 seconds of an average-looking female's natural bare breasts, and in another case, 3 seconds of an above-average female's fake-and-kinda-nasty-lookin' bare breasts. Oh, and another had 3 seconds of a bare male butt. There you go.
I gave it a star because Danica McKellar is hard to find in movies and she has a couple sort-of-funny minute's-worth of screen time, some in underwear.
If you like farts, farting or jokes about farts or farting, masturbation or jokes about masturbation, or perhaps farting while masturbating, then you could add another star.
Poor excuse for a comedy
chicoer2003 | Fresno, CA United States | 10/26/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Sex and the Teenage Mind is the epitome of everything bad in a teenage sex comedy. It's like a bad version of Fast Times At Ridgemont High. It's not remotely funny and is just plain annoying. A waste of 90 minutes of your life."
Come on People
a teenage girl who thinks the world | 03/20/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Really, everyone is rating this movie against fantastic ones with morals such as walk the line or something to that effect. In reality, it isnt a great movie, but when you are a teenage girl watching a movie at a sleepover with your friends it is hilarious. The main character, virgil, is the most awkward boy ever and his lusting after the class beauty, kelly, seems impossible. The quality of the movie sucks, it is true. But think about this movie for what it is for a change: pure and stupid enjoyment with no moral, purpose, or anything. It is just for fun... so lighten up everybody!"