The Virginity Hit (2010)
Average Rating: 4.2/10
Reviews Counted: 49
Fresh: 14 | Rotten: 35
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Average Rating: 4.6/10
Critic Reviews: 16
Fresh: 5 | Rotten: 11
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Average Rating: 2.6/5
User Ratings: 13,567
One teen's quest to lose his virginity is broadcast on the Internet for the entire world to see in this comedy from producers Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. Matt always wanted his first time to be special, but then his plan to lose his virginity with longtime girlfriend Nicole went horribly awry. Unfortunately for Matt, his friends were videotaping the entire thing, and before long the clip goes viral. Embarrassed and heartbroken, Matt finds his luck turning around when a pretty online admirer
Sep 10, 2010 Limited
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Matt's Biological Dad
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Matt's Biological Mom
Men's Store Clerk
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Men's Store Security
Dress Shop Owner
If there were justice in the world -- and there isn't -- the film would quickly crawl back under the rock whence it came.
The best argument yet why YouTube novelties were never meant to run at feature length in theatres, or to be taken seriously.
None of this is the least bit funny. Or in any way entertaining. It's just another teenage-clown-in-a-dunk-tank flick. Everyone fire away.
Unfortunately, the things that can be funny and even liberating in a movie like American Pie end up looking coarse and slightly depressing in the scripted pseudoreality of The Virginity Hit.
Crass and obnoxious, "The Virginity Hit" is an atrocious and unfunny "comedy."
"The Virginity Hit" is a completely unfunny, mind-numbingly dull experience that focuses on one uninteresting thing and one only: the attempt by some friends to get another friend to lose his virginity.
The tricky chemistry of a likable, funny ensemble cast is the biggest thing The Virginity Hit has going for it.
A few moments of inspired comedic genius spread throughout a sophomoric, disturbingly irresponsible little comedy.
Hilariously chronicles the missteps and triumphs-and everything in between-of four teenage guys in their efforts to get laid for the first time.
This, my friends, is soft-core porn at its rancid worst. Shame on you, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay for producing this swill that features some of the most unlikeable characters ever put to film.
A 'hit'? Not your life. As sure as feigned night follows fabricated day, comes this grainy bore-fest that is perfectly suited for the auteurian land of YouTube.
...a genuinely frightening reflection of our times - a kind of St. Elmo's Fire for the post-terrorist attack generation
It's poorly acted, clumsy, lazy, and as emotionally stunted as any sex comedy ever made, which is quite the accomplishment for a genre that defines itself by dick jokes and bodily humor.
[T]he course of horny teenage sex does not run smooth, particularly not when the clueless misogyny of these very young and even more immature men is given free, uncommented-upon reign...
Sort of a Porky's for the age of YouTube, The Virginity Hit isn't nearly as raunchy as it pretends to be, and not nearly funny enough as it needs to be.
There's no suave dork or sensitive jock. Rather, the high-school kids act like high-school kids -- relentlessly immature and all the better for it.
... perfect entertainment for audiences who thought The Hangover was too intellectual, the jokes too subtle.
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