The Virginity Hit

September 24th, 2010







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Plot
Four guys, one camera, and their experience chronicling the exhilarating and terrifying rite of passage: losing your virginity...

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 4.3/10 (2,115 voted)

Critic's Score: 40/100

Director: Huck Botko

Stars: Matt Bennett, Zack Pearlman, Krysta Rodriguez

Storyline
Four guys, one camera, and their experience chronicling the exhilarating and terrifying rite of passage: losing your virginity. As these guys help their buddy get laid, they'll have to survive friends with benefits, Internet hookups, even porn stars during an adventure that proves why you will always remember your first.

Writers: Andrew Gurland, Huck Botko

Cast:
Matt Bennett - Matt
Zack Pearlman - Zack
Jacob Davich - Jacob
Justin Kline - Justin
Krysta Rodriguez - Krysta
Nicole Weaver - Nicole
Harry Zittel - Harry
Savannah Welch - Becca
Seth Barrish - Matt's Biological Dad
Tina Parker - Tina
Sunny Leone - Sunny
Daniel Weber - Daniel
John McLeaish - Innkeeper
Ramona Tyler - Mom
Bernard Hocke - Dad

Taglines: Are You Ready To Take The Hit?



Details

Official Website: Official site |

Release Date: 24 September 2010



Box Office Details

Budget: $3,400,000(estimated)

Opening Weekend: $301,885 (USA) (26 September 2010) (700 Screens)

Gross: $535,249 (USA) (4 October 2010)



Did You Know?

Trivia:
Most of the cast recorded footage shown on-screen and ad-libbed their lines.

Quotes:
Zack: [to two pedestrian women] Have you ever lost your virginities? Wanna meet my friend?



User Review

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Rating: 4/10

Like most movies under the Ferrell/McKay brand, this one is immature, dumb, and worst of all boring. I saw it last night in Union Square in NYC, and even the usually forgiving audience there was silent through most of the movie. With the rare exception of a couple well-placed scatological jokes, there really isn't much to write home about. The archetypes from the famous teenage comedies are all there, but the film seem to borrow especially heavily from Superbad. It's shot in a Cloverfield-meets-road trip movie style, with the two main characters stuck in a Jonah Hill / Michael Cera roles, which is strange because there isn't one name actor in the bunch. It's surprising that they're pushing this for wide release, as the $2 million budget seems better suited for art houses. In all honesty, you could do a lot worse than this movie. But with 1.5 hours you could also do a lot better.









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