Dirty Deeds (2005)
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A guy is forced to do a lot of stupid stuff to protect the girl of his dreams in this teen comedy. Zach Harper (Milo Ventimiglia) is a senior at a high school with a strange tradition in which upcoming graduates are challenged to perform a series of pranks known as "the Dirty Deeds" if they want to avoid a humiliating encounter with the football team. In Zach's case, Dan Lawton (Matthew Carey) is a jock who has always had it in for him and has made it clear that if Zach can't complete the "Dirty
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As feeble as a teen comedy can get.
Even viewers who can still laugh at jokes about accidental urine consumption will be hard pressed to crack a smile -- or, for that matter, a wallet.
Movies like Dirty Deeds are supposed to be in bad taste -- but that's only excusable if they're funny, which isn't the case here.
Recycling is alive but not well in the outmoded teen comedy Dirty Deeds, with a result that is more toxic than intoxicating.
Dirty Deeds is too mild to be dirty, yet too dirty to be charming, and altogether too generic to be much of anything.
There isn't one decent performance to be had from a cast of amateur actors (adult actors included) that couldn't make dialing a phone look believable or funny.
This low-end and agressively unpleasant entry into the teen movie canon will vanish from your frontal lobes in about the same time it took to watch the thing.
The film's biggest (and, truthfully, only) laugh comes from seeing ex-major leaguer Todd Zeile and current steroidal slugger Jason Giambi credited as executive producers.
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