Mad Chance, Starboard Entertainment,

Nat Wolff, Selena Gomez, Mary-Louise Parker, Elisabeth Shue, Dylan McDermott, Lachlan Buchanan, Heather Graham, Ashley Rickards, Jason Lee, Austin Stowell

Rick Stevens (Nat Wolfe) has had a huge crush on the perfect girl, Nina Pennington (Selena Gomez), for as long as he can remember and now that she’s breaking up with the school jock and bully Kevin (Austin Stowell), now seems to be the time for him to make his move on her. But aside from Kevin wanting to kill him, everything else seems to go wrong in hilarious ways as the horny neighbor Pam Bender (Elisabeth Shue) has her eyes on him and even the Lithuanian mob is after him as he tries everything in his power to impress Nina in all the wrong ways.

Nick’s only 18, but he’s in every kind of trouble you can imagine. This makes for a pretty raucous comedy with a goodly number of laughs. Selena Gomez, who is longing for a bad girl role, got cast again and the churchgoing religious girl who can’t believe all the crap Nick’s into and as such she plays that pretty well. Nick’s friends and employer and even his enemies make for good fun, and Nick’s parents are just as nuts as the rest of them. All in all, this brings us a pretty good sized cast with each one adding to the merriment. Certainly not a record breaking piece of cinema, but good teen-age angst, getting into trouble at every turn type of humor that is probably more fun for older teens than for adults who are long past those years. This is worth the time if you’re interested in a naughty teen comedy with lots of toilet humor and not much redeeming value. Not a great film, but decent enough for a few laughs.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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