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Love it or loathe it (and there are a goodly number of people on either side), Porky's was one of the most successful comedies of its day, spawning two direct sequels and inspiring an incalculable number of lowbrow teen comedies, most recently including American Pie (1999). Pee Wee (Dan Monahan), Billy (Mark Herrier), Tommy (Wyatt Knight), and Mickey (Roger Wilson) are four painfully horny high school kids growing up in South Florida in the 1950's. Desperate to rid themselves of their cumbersome
Mar 19, 1982 Wide
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Isn't a very accomplished storytelling effort, wandering blindly around pranks and melodrama as it fights to find a higher purpose beyond being just another horndog teen feature.
Bob Clark's teen sex comedy carries a stamp of social satrie that is timeless.
Porky's sure ain't high art, but if accepted at the level of lightweight locker-room humor, it's fun.
Not often you get a "Racism is bad!" message inside a "Misogyny is good!" film.
Juvenile and trashy. Not in a good way.
While Porky's may have spawned hundreds, if not thousands, of imitators, it's having trouble keeping up with the barriers it broke more than two decades ago.
Porky's has a good-natured and nimble view of its sex-starved and wayward youth.
Very dated now, but still good for a giggle
a trend-setting comedy that introduced new lows (or highs, depending on your point of view) in tasteless jokes and frank sexuality to the teen genre
Audience Reviews for Porky's
- Mindy: Why do they call you 'Meat'?
- Meat: Come on in the bushes and I'll show ya.
- Billy: Pee Wee, I want to make mad, passionate love to you. And Meat. How about a threesome?
- Wendy: Is Mike Hunt here? Has anyone seen Mike Hunt?
- Cherry Forever: This boy is deformed!
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