Right off the bat, this is a teenage jiggle movie. It's supposed to be seen through an 18 year old female's eyes who is very anxious to lose her virginity so that she can be with her dream boy who will not go with virgins. Maybe the viewpoint is female, the director Tamara Olson is female.
The jiggle portion of the film is just OK. It's mostly backed with some very gross scene, somebody vomiting, shaving and getting hair everywhere, vomiting, and well, vomiting. So the effect is not exactly senuous.
This is a fairly low budget film. There are much better films shot with much lower budgets. The really bad production and awful jump cut editing in smooth action is all unforgiveable at any budget. The film just seems to move from one montage to the next with virtually no point. Editing is a pure 100% mess. And the characters are not exactly loveable.
Rated R, for, nudity. Yes there is full frontal, male and female. The language isn't terrible. There's no violence. Any humor is equally degrading to females and males, nobody is singled out here. Teenagers look stupid.
The DVD includes an interesting bit of bonus features. In fact, those might be a bit better than the movie (blessedly shorter). The blooper reel is actually not bad, there's some good play between the two female leads. The other featurette is creatively cut together "interviews" with each actor and actress telling at what age they lost their virginity, and then in a second piece how they lost it. It's kind of fun to watch before the movie.
Overall, a really badly made film. The jiggle is OK. Both males and females will be equally offended by the jokes. A twisted teenage coming of age film.