Josh Zuckerman Amanda Crew Clark Duke Seth Green James Marsden Katrina Bowden
A high school senior is down on his luck in his love life. His brother is successful and has a lot of girlfriends. He ventures out on the internet to find love. He finally meets a girl online and he travels across country to visit her.
A surprisingly funny and heartfelt teen comedy that doesn't dodge the lowbrow humor, but, at the same time, feels fresh and inspired. Especially of note is Seth Green in an extended role as a hilariously passive aggressive Amish farmer.
This is a pretty standard teen comedy and horribly predictable movie. You will know the ending long before the first act is over. Also the jokes are easily seen coming miles away. With all that said the movie is actually pretty good if you just sit back and watch it. If you go into this thinking to hard then you aren't going to have any fun, but if you just sit back and let it happen then it's not to bad. There were a few times it caught me off guard. A Fall Out Boy concert at an Amish farm is pretty funny. Overall the movie is your standard teen comedy with your standard characters and standard outcome.
At this point and time we can definitely say we had seen everything. Besides there are really not too many new material in teen movies nowadays, every single one them that previously came out the last few years sucked. And then there was Sex drive. I could not believe how a movie like this could take ideas from teen flicks such as American Pie and Road Trip and be even funnier than them. The humor is just intense you’d laugh your brains out even if you saw it again and again. It's just fresh even though the ideas were old. Plus there is a little something for everybody, so even grandma’s covered. There are a little tiny bitsy slowed down parts but then it shifts to overdrive once again so be patient. The characters are over the top goofy not to mention James Marsden as a raging maniac bro...