In teen comedy 100 Girls
, self-described "tragically glib" college freshman Jonathan Tucker finds true love in a girls' dorm elevator during a blackout, but when he forgets to get her name he has 100 suspects to sift through, one by one. It may sound like the premise of just another teen sex farce, but writer-director Michael Davis makes it the starting point of the boy's getting of wisdom. Amiable young star Tucker brings an excited and endearing innocence to his journey, and Emmanuelle Chriqui is a delight as the "promiscuous" girl who teaches him a thing or three about crippling stereotypes. Larisa Oleynik, Jaime Pressly, Marissa Ribisi and Katherine Heigl are just a few of the other girls who help him along. 100 Girls
is a refreshingly frank, funny and sexy exploration of the dynamics of young men and women and the power of first impressions, reputations and expectations. --Sean Axmaker
Teen sex comedy starring Jonathan Tucker as Matthew, a college freshman, who is taking an elevator downstairs at his dorm one night when a woman dashes in just as the door is closing. Seconds later there is a power cut and Matthew is stuck in the elevator with the woman. One thing leads to another and they share a night of passion, but even though Matthew never gets her name or a good look at her face, he is convinced she is the love of his life. So begins Matthew's hilarious search for his perfect match.