It doesn't surprise me that not many people have ever heard about this movie, or have any idea it even exists. I myself didn't even know the movie existed until watching it at a friend's house one day. And boy am I glad I watched it that day, because this is definitely a worthy addition to an comedy fans collection. What surprises me more is that like some other great movies out there (100 Girls, Jailbait), this one was a straight to DVD port, despite having an excellent cast of characters including Patrick Renna (Ham from The Sandlot), Danielle Fischell (Topanga from Boys Meets World), Chris Owen (Sherminator from American Pie), James Debello (Rod from 100 Girls, Trip from Detroit Rock City), and Tatyana Ali (Ashley from Fresh Prince of Bellair). The movie, while not mature or deep in any sense, definitely does it's job of giving the viewer a pleasurable experience, and for that should not be overlooked.
The plot focuses around Styles (Patrick Renna) who is insisting his brother Booker (Chris Owen) lose his virginity (hey I said the plot wasn't very mature). To ensure Booker gets the job done, Styles hires a Hooker to come take care of business. Unfortunately the Hooker, Dominique, gets mixed up with a foreign exchange student arriving at the same time, letting the fun begin. Throw in an arguement between Claire (Tatyana Ali) and her boyfriend Tony (Edwin Hodge) over a misinterpreted play rehearsal, and a purse filled with money, and you can almost guess where the movie is going. I won't reveal anymore of the plot just incase you haven't seen it, but trust me the hiliarity of the cast, the jokes and the overall storyline combine for a generally pleasurable time, making this movie a must see for fans of films along the lines of "American Pie" or "Girl Next Door".
I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes comedies with sometimes juvenile humor, but with an overall entertaining message. Taking the movie too seriously will inhibit the viewing experience, so just look at it as something to entertain you, not something to be deep or life changing (because trust me it's far from that). Many have trashed the movie because of it's crude jokes and young cast, but that's what really makes the movie worth seeing. Don't make the mistake of writing this movie off without at least giving it a chance. I guarantee if you don't take it too seriously you might find yourself enjoying this one quite a bit.