This film follows the story of 4 gay friends (in American Pie-style, all trying to lose their virginity over the Summer.) The hopefuls include: Griff, a sweet, nerdy runt who secretly lusts after one of his friends; Jarod, a jock-type who feels that size unfortunately does matter; Nico, the most camp and flamboyant of the bunch who's really after a 'seasoned older gentleman'; and Andy, the character akin to American Pie's Jim, who has a penchant for small animals and large vegetables. There's a lot of icky toilet humour in the film and some very graphic sex scenes in the last 20 minutes that will shock some viewers; but it's all in good fun and laughs are to be had throughout the film. Irish funnyman Graham Norton makes a great appearance as Andy's teacher whom he has a crush on; it's a side to Norton no-one has ever seen and a side that is a must-see for his fans! There are a couple of sentimental moments in the film though they're very light-hearted. It's enjoyable to see the typical teenage boy rush-to-get-laid story told from another angle. The cast is great and there are some wonderful minor characters, including a tough lesbian stud named Muffler (very Stifler-esque) and Andy's parents, an ex-marine who tries a little too hard to understand Andy's 'inclinations' and a drag queen-like mother with comically bad make-up who wonders where her vegetables keep disappearing to. All in all a very enjoyable, silly, hilarious movie with a fun, followable story and a really good soundtrack. I'd recommend buying it and watching it over and over whenever you need a serious laugh!