Jerk Theory

Watch Jerk Theory

"Treating girls wrong never felt so right... Until he met her."
  • PG-13
  • 2008
  • 1 hr 33 min
  • 5.4  (3,824)

Jerk Theory is a 2009 romantic comedy movie that follows the story of Adam, played by Josh Henderson, a popular musician and a notorious womanizer. After a string of one-night stands and failed relationships, Adam comes up with a theory that all women are attracted to jerks, so he decides to adopt a rude and selfish persona to win over girls.

However, Adam's plan backfires when he meets a beautiful and intelligent girl named Molly, played by Jenna Dewan. Unlike the other girls, Molly is not impressed by Adam's jerk persona, and instead sees through his facade and challenges him to be a better person. As they spend more time together, Adam begins to have feelings for Molly but continues to struggle with his old habits of playing games and using women.

Meanwhile, Adam's bandmates, including his best friend Matt, played by Brian Petsos, try to navigate their own personal struggles as they deal with the ups and downs of being a struggling band. As Adam's reputation as a jerk spreads, it starts to affect their band's prospects and puts their musical dreams at risk.

As Adam and Molly's relationship deepens, he becomes more conflicted about his feelings for her and his desire to maintain his jerk persona. He eventually realizes that he needs to break out of his old habits and be honest with himself and others if he wants to find true happiness.

Overall, Jerk Theory is a lighthearted and fun romantic comedy that tackles themes of personal growth, self-discovery, and the complexities of relationships. The talented cast, witty writing, and catchy music make it an enjoyable watch that is sure to warm your heart and put a smile on your face.

Jerk Theory
Jerk Theory doesn't appear to be available from any streaming services.
Add this movie to your Watchlist to get notified when it's available.
  • Release Date
  • MPAA Rating
  • Runtime
    1 hr 33 min
  • Language
  • IMDB Rating
    5.4  (3,824)