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Miss March [Blu-ray]  [US Import]
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Miss March is an irreverent coming-of-age comedy about Eugene, a young man who wakes up from a coma to discover that his once innocent high school sweetheart has become a Playboy Playmate. Together with his best friend Tucker, the hapless virgin embarks on a cross-country road trip to win his ex back by crashing a party at the legendary Playboy Mansion.
Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore of the comedy troupe The Whitest Kids You Know write, direct, and star in this gross-out comedy targeted at the AMERICAN PIE and OLD SCHOOL fanbase. High-school buddies Eugene (Cregger) and Tucker (Moore) make an odd pair, with Eugene a virgin who gives abstinence seminars, and Tucker a player since the first time he saw Playboy magazine back when the two men were just kids. Tucker is the first to egg Eugene on when Eugene’s girlfriend Cindi (Raquel Alessi), a fellow virgin spokesperson, decides she wants to have sex after the prom. Apprehensive about doing it before marriage, Eugene downs one too many shots, mistakes the cellar door for the hallway, and falls down a flight of stairs instead of into the arms of his lover. The next time we see Eugene, he is waking up from a four-year coma. Not only does Eugene no longer have control of his bowels (a theme the film explores in graphically detailed scenes), but he’s also lost the girl of his dreams to Playboy, where the formerly virginal Cindi appears as a centrefold.
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It is so over the top it works brilliantly. So many silly gags, that you'd think would fail badly, really do work very well here.
Stabbing your epileptic girlfriend in the head with a fork. Waking up from a coma and having no bowel control. Homocidal firemen. Playboy bunnies drinking dog pee. Nympho lesbians humping in the back seat of a car. Hugh Hefner talking about his first (ugly) love. It all sounds terrible, but it all works.
The scene where a Horsedick.mpeg groupie gets catapulted out of the window of a moving bus had me laughing for several minutes. Such a simple, basic gag so excellently done.
A major reason for this is the characters and casting. All the characters suit their roles perfectly. Especially Trevor Moore (Who plays Tucker - a Stifler type character), whose comedic skill and timing is perfect and he could be one to look out for.
This film had me laughing hard more often than most movies of this type. Definately worth a watch.
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