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The Virginity Hit

By Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Raunchy-but-dull teen sex comedy for the YouTube age.

Movie R 2010 86 minutes
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Will Ferrell and Adam McKay produced this junky-looking movie made by and for the YouTube generation. Shot entirely on small cameras and phones, the movie has nothing new to add to the well-worn teen sex comedy genre; just about everything in it has already been done. It's less than unfunny -- it's dull.

The characters come across as vaguely spoiled and somewhat annoying, and the "hero," Matt, is more pathetic than he is a comical sad sack. For some reason, the movie throws in subplots about his mother dying of cancer and his father battling drug addiction, which make him even less funny. Some of the main female characters have spunk, but for the most part the movie's attitude toward women is somewhat disrespectful, and much of the humor is simply cruel. Perhaps if it had been a 90-second YouTube video, it might be more worth the time (and money).

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