Miss March
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A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. He and his sex-crazed best friend decide to take a cross-country road trip in order to crash a party at the magazine's legendary mansion headquarters and win back the girl.

March 13, 2009

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Miss March

Reviewed by mutuel

All set for a no holds barred laugh fest that’s politically incorrect in spades? People get ready to rock and roll the aisles with gut-splitting humour in Miss March. Fresh fun from Fox Searchlight Films and Allied Miss March takes spring by force in what’s the best flat out comedy since Seth Rogen hit paydirt with Superbad. Sure to appeal to high school kids and the college crowd this hilarious jaunt is now bringing the house down at Tinseltown (on Pender, free parking), Empire Studio 12, Colossus and Famous Players Silver City cites across B.C.

Remember your days at school? That time was largely spent trying to “score” with members of the opposite sex. Here we see the exploits of two life-long friends. Tucker Cleigh is totally obnoxious while Eugene Bell plays the more straight-laced fellow. Come to think of it, Eugene is so pure that he’s “saving it” for his one true love, Candace. So while Tucker carouses all the time Eugene makes nice by doing all those prim and proper things for Candace, never wanting to rush her into anything truly passionate.

Unfortunately for Eugene an accident sees him end up in a coma. As the story develops he recovers four years later and learns that his old girlfriend is now a centerfold. All this sets the stage for an even more zany cross America trip as this former comatose lad tries to reconnect with his long lost lady love. During this trip unbelievable zaniness occurs that’s fun, sexy and completely over the top. Some groups may find some of the scenes here somewhat tasteless or tacky but they will surely be in the minority. Others will be left wondering just how far the writers will take this tale. To the limit, I say.

Both the directors and writers of this 90 minute hip flick are veterans of some cutting edge break out television work and they’ve made a beautiful transition to the silver screen. Zack Cregger is downright gentle as the mild-mannered Eugene with Trevor Moore ultimately insane as the wild as they come Tucker. Nice girls have all the fun may be Rod Stewart’s motto but under the captivating presence of Molly Stanton you’ll see a very memorable debut. Just as funny is Raquel Aless (Ghost Rider) who comes on very strong as Cindi Whitehall, one of Tucker’s many flames who figures rather prominently in this travelogue film that puts all other road films to shame!

Male icon Hugh Hefner also gets in on the act as the whole Playboy philosophy and mystique is milked dry when these two cowboys fantasize about the female sex. Prepare to get blown away by the crude, rude and mostly hilarious fun that will have you chuckling all the way home.

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