Window Theory (2005)

Window Theory (2005)

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Showcasing heavy influence from the Canadian box office legend Porky's, the teen sex comedy Window Theory concerns the antics of a City of Angels stoner, Ethan (Corey Large), who jets back to his Canadian hometown with the full intent of wooing his nuptial-entrenched ex-girlfriend, Steph Jennifer O'Dell out of the arms of her intended, Jeff (Luke Flynn) -- who also happens to be Ethan's onetime best buddy. Once there, Ethan parties hard with his other pals, Brad (Luke Kirby) and Sean (Tom Lenk), and the three devise a scheme to wheedle Steph away from her groom-to-be. Neophyte Andrew Putschoegl directed, with Large and Kyle Kramer co-authoring the script.
Rating:
R (for language including sexual references.)
Genre:
Comedy , Drama , Romance
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Cast

Corey Large
as Ethan Humphries
Luke Flynn
as Jeff
Jennifer O'Dell
as Stephanie
Luke Kirby
as Brad
Tom Lenk
as Sean
Carly Pope
as Angela
James Duval
as Dave Kordelewski
John Cassini
as Officer Adamson
Donald Gibb
as Judson
Butters
as Himself
Jeff Gordon
as Boy George
Ron Jeremy
as Himself
Tara King
as Bartender
Cody Larson
as Hollywood Guy
Alan Pao
as Valet
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Critic Reviews for Window Theory

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (2)

Lacking in charisma, sexiness and decent jokes.

February 24, 2005
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

Pretty on the outside, hollow within.

Full Review… | February 24, 2005
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Window Theory

½

Again, no idea how this film got a made. An A-hole has a quarter-life crisis when his ex is about to get married and he tries to talk her out of it. Nothing happens for an hour and a half. Nothing is learned... But some pretty looking actors and Tom Lenk. I think this film is a 'casting call' film; a movie you just watch to pick which actors you'd want to work with. The film itself has no substance however. And for some reason Ron Jeremy makes a cameo in the opening and sadly doesn't stay the rest of the film.

Robert Iwataki
Robert Iwataki
½

Again, no idea how this film got a made. An A-hole has a quarter-life crisis when his ex is about to get married and he tries to talk her out of it. Nothing happens for an hour and a half. Nothing is learned... But some pretty looking actors and Tom Lenk. I think this film is a 'casting call' film; a movie you just watch to pick which actors you'd want to work with. The film itself has no substance however. And for some reason Ron Jeremy makes a cameo in the opening and sadly doesn't stay the rest of the film.

Robert I (Master of All Movies)
Robert I (Master of All Movies)

An aimless playboy returns to his hometown for his best friend's wedding, only to find that the bride is his high school sweetheart.

Sam Smith
Sam Smith

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