Miss March

MPAA Rating: R

Entertainment: -1/2

Content: -4

Zach Cregger, Trevor Moore. Comedy. Written and directed by Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore

SYNOPSIS: Two teenage buddies, Eugene and Tucker (Cregger and Moore), embark on a search for Eugene’s high school sweetheart, Cindi (Raquel Alessi). after Eugene wakes up from a four-year coma. They find her photo in Playboy magazine posing nude as Miss March and eventually make their way to Hugh Hefner’s mansion and Cindi.

PREVIEW REVIEW: Miss Miss March. It is pure porn from beginning to end. Every scene has either graphic sex acts including lesbians cavorting, nudity, crude bodily functions, disgusting dialogue, drugs and/or mean-spirited violent acts.

The characters are caricatures, stupid and naive. Nothing makes sense. Hugh Hefner is the role model for one of the leads whose life goal is to party in Hefner's mansion. Sexual abstinence is treated as a major flaw in a teenager's character.

This movie would have been rated X not so long ago.

Preview Reviewer: Mary Draughon
Distributor:
Fox Searchlight

Summary
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Crude Language: None

Obscene Language: Too many times to count the disgusting obscenities (f- and s-words), slang terms for sex and body parts, graphic descriptions of bizarre sex acts

Profanity: Many (mostly "Oh, God")

Violence: Many times - all for laughs (painful fall down stairwell, resulting in 4-year coma; patient hit with baseball bat; man stabbed in genitals with fork; hits to head and body)

Sex: Several times, implied and actual, including oral sex

Nudity: Several times, implied and actual, including oral sex

Sexual Dialogue/Gesture: None

Drugs: Many times (teenage drinking many times; drunkenness, some drug use)

Other: Teenager’s virginity ridiculed; Nothing commendable

Running Time: 90 minutes
Intended Audience: Young Adults


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