I am not going to lie. I have announced that I have seen the worst movie of all time since Home Alone 4. This movie is exhaustingly, excrutiatingly, painfully, terribly, horribly, god-awfully, SUCKISH.
The movie stars Doug McKenon as a young man who has a crush on a girl played by Kelly Preston. One day, he meets a biker played by Chris Nash and they become friends and Chris Nash teaches him how to get women. Meanwhile, Chris Nash also gets a girlfriend named Bunny, played by Catherine Mary Stewart.
A lot of people said I missed the point. Maybe I did, maybe I didn't. I don't care. I viewed this film as a teenage sex comedy and while I was watching the film, I asked myself the following questions. Did I laugh once during this movie? Mostly no. Was I interested in this material? No. Did I like the characters? No. Are there good performances? No.
Now, I have seen two teenage sex comedies from the 80s about the same time. I saw this and then, I saw Risky Business. Risky Business, I liked. it has good performances, the character isn't a pervert, and there is good dialogue. This movie is basically the opposite of what I just described Mischief.
Beyond all that, there is a sex scene in here that I kind of like, but there was a moment that ruined the scene. Doug McKenon and Kelly Preston's characters start having sex. In the middle of when they are having sex, she asks if she has protection. Not exactly the right time to ask that, don't you think.
Now, I hated this movie, but I only gave it one star. Why might you ask? Because I laughed kind of weakly at two parts. Other than those parts, it's just dead.