A home run - painfully funny
Joseph L. Defrancisci | New York City, USA | 02/25/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Like the "Whitest Kids" TV show these guys stick their necks on the chopping block - they take huge chances that often don't pay off but often are grand slam home runs. If you are looking for the best acting or the tightest screenplay this is not for you, it is more like a long sketch.
A long sketch but a great sketch. This film is hysterically funny. I rented it from Netflix and decided immediately I'd have to buy it. It's full of surprises. Nothing is sacred. If the acting sucks the comedy is absolutely brilliant.
Make sure not to miss the supplements, they were insanely funny as well.
I'm glad these guys have the guts to take the big risks, it's the only way to get the big payoff. This movie deserves to go viral like "Office Space", I see it being funnier with each viewing. A must buy."
EXTREMELY CRUDE, BUT STUPID FUN! YOU'LL EITHER LOVE IT OR HA
! MR. KNOW IT ALL ;-b | TRI STATE AREA | 03/21/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Every once in a while a film defies all logic, has no business getting a four star rating and offers nothing new to a genre and yet it succeeds where so many other like films fail. 'Miss March' is so stupid that you can't help but laugh at the over the top gross out gags that propel this stupid film through it's running time like a torpedo propelling through water.
The cast especially Cregger and Moore play two childhood friends, one who is a sex crazed kook and the other a reserved guy waiting for the right time to lose his virginity to his girlfriend of 2 1/2 years. After one of them comes out of a 4 year long coma(don't ask!), the two embark on a cross country road trip and extreme wackiness ensues!
The film is full of raunchy ridiculous high jinks and nudity and shouldn't even be worth looking at, but I must confess that I haven't laugh so hard in a while. It's just stupid fun, but I think this film will only appeal to a certain crowd of people who like a little shock humor in their diet."