Extreme Movie

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"A film with many happy endings..."
  • R
  • 2008
  • 3.7  (11,511)

Extreme Movie is a 2008 American independent comedy film directed by Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson, following the stories of five high school students as they explore different aspects of their sexuality. The movie features a star-studded cast, including Frankie Muniz, Michael Cera, and Ashley Schneider. The plot weaves together five different storylines, all of which revolve around a sex-ed class project. The students are given assignments to film their experiences with sex, and the movie follows them as they navigate their way towards completing their projects.

The first storyline follows Mike (Frankie Muniz), a young man who is struggling to lose his virginity. He enlists the help of his best friend, Matt (Michael Cera), to aid him in his quest. They spend their days watching porn and trying to pick up girls, but nothing seems to work. Mike’s frustration continues to mount until he meets a mysterious girl named Rosy (Ashley Schneider). Rosy takes an immediate liking to Mike and the two begin a complicated relationship.

In the second storyline, two girls, Sue and Noreen, come up with the idea to create a fake club in order to pick up guys. They quickly become the most popular girls in school, but their plan is foiled when they both begin to fall for the same guy.

The third storyline revolves around a boy named Chuck (Ryan Pinkston) who is trying to lose his virginity before he turns 18. His attempts to seduce his dream girl don’t go as planned, and he soon realizes that he may be in over his head.

The fourth storyline is about a girl named Melissa (Jamie Kennedy), who starts to realize that she may be a lesbian. She begins to explore her sexuality, but her parents are less than supportive.

The final storyline follows the adventures of two stoners, Fred and Morty, as they try to film a porno. Their misguided attempts to create the perfect adult film lead them on a wild and often hilarious journey.

Overall, Extreme Movie is a raunchy and irreverent comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The dialogue is often crass and vulgar, but it’s all in good fun. The movie explores a variety of topics surrounding sex and relationships, and each storyline has its own unique perspective.

The acting in the movie is top-notch, with standout performances from Frankie Muniz, Michael Cera, and Ashley Schneider. Muniz, in particular, shines as the frustrated and lonely Mike. His deadpan delivery and comedic timing make him a joy to watch on screen.

The movie’s direction and editing are also noteworthy. The filmmakers use a variety of different techniques, including split-screen and animation, to keep the movie visually interesting. The pacing is brisk, and the movie never drags.

One potential drawback of the movie is that it may be too crass for some viewers. The dialogue is often vulgar and sexual, and some of the jokes may be offensive to certain audiences. That being said, Extreme Movie isn’t trying to be highbrow or sophisticated. It’s a lowbrow comedy that revels in its own vulgarity.

In conclusion, Extreme Movie is a fun and entertaining comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously. It’s a movie about sex that manages to be both raunchy and relatable. Fans of irreverent comedies like American Pie and Superbad are sure to enjoy this movie.

Extreme Movie is a 2008 comedy. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.7.

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    3.7  (11,511)