Cougars, Inc.January 3, 2011
Sam has been expelled from every school and now he must find a creative way to pay for school, which he finds in an escort business entitled Cougars, Inc., leading to lessons he never expected to get.
Release Year: 2011
Rating: 4.9/10 (2,049 voted)
K. Asher Levin
Stars: Kyle Gallner, James Belushi, Maeve Quinlan
Sam has been kicked out of every school across the country. When he learns that his mother can no longer afford to keep him in school he and his friends start their own escort service, Cougars, Inc., to help pay for his tuition. Through this hilarious new job Sam and his friends explore the generation of Cougars who are desperately trying to stay young and loving every lesson they are taught.
Jay Brian Winnick
Christian E. Murphy
(as Christian Murphy)
Steven Christopher Parker
It's 10 p.m. Do you know where your mother is?
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Release Date: 3 Jan 2011
Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA
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Well, I liked it
I decided to give this one a shot after seeing James Belushi and Denise
Richards on the credits. That, and the fact that there was no review
for this title on IMDb; it kinda felt like a "virgin" territory to
And I don't regret it, because I ended up liking it. The acting was
believable without any of the forced over-the-top or wooden
performances that you see in crappy movies where you are constantly
reminded that some people are trying to act and the results are painful
The lead character which plays Sam was natural, the role fit him like a
glove and in the end it felt like he pulled it off with style; and the
other characters delivered good performances too.
I wouldn't know where to classify this but it certainly isn't a comedy.
The story is somewhat original (at least I haven't seen another movie
about high-school kids doing escort services for older women) but it
doesn't fall into cheap clichés, not a little bit and all the little
side stories are neatly weaved into the main one.
It has a sweet-sad tone all through, however, it also has a sort of
light feeling of hope to it and the music helps building and keeping
All in all, I didn't end up regretting the time I spent on it (as I do
with a lot of movies, lately) so what I can tell you is, give it a try
and make up your own mind about it. This isn't your garden-variety
blockbuster but I think you'll find it a quite good way to spend one
and half hours on a stormy afternoon.