Zac Efron decisively ditches his squeaky clean High School Movie persona for one as a red-blooded horndog with this week's That Awkward Momentan R-rated adventure in the grand tradition of '80s sex comedies. That Efron's latest can't hold a candle to those hormonally charged classics isn't an enormous surprise, since as the past two decades have shown, making a boisterous sex romp takes more than just a handful of pimply actors and some women eager to flash their wares for the camera. With GIFs, naturally.
Remember, this is before the Internet existed. Some of these films are classics, some of them are more than a little problematic — but all of them serve as a time capsule into a freewheeling, innocent age. Virgins, nerds, ski bunnies, Valley girls, peeping toms: All are welcome.
Yesterday I took a big step forward for my nerdy little corner of the web here—I joined The League of Extraordinary Bloggers. You could call them the Super Friends of pop culture bloggers. But for this teen movies list I wanted to focus on those little known and consequently underrated hidden gems that I think deserve more attention.
April 11th,am. Hector Elizondo's jewel thief and his statuesque trophy wife Police Academy's Leslie Easterbrook complicate their randy Benny Hill-ish scheme. Hardbodies Seeing all the fun the kids were having, a trio of horny middle-aged shnooks try to get in on the action by renting a Venice Beach bachelor pad and taking lessons in jailbait seduction from Casanova Scotty Palmer Grant Cramer.
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Just One of the Guys has aspiring journalist Terry Griffith going undercover as a guy to fight the sexism she perceives is keeping her from landing a coveted internship at her city newspaper. However, the film puts its hand up at the idea that a girl gets sexist treatment or even get her own story told. Instead, Terry builds empathy for the challenges of the put upon male.
There's something quite wonderful about watching a movie. For those next couple of hours, you're placed in whatever new world you see on that screen. Once we finish the film we begin to crave and long to be apart of that world forever.
Below it, at No. It coasted on the pre-J. All that the boys long for is girls — to talk to, sure, but mostly to peep at, ogle and harass.