One of the most talked-about scenes was of clumsy and awkward coitus between the romantically-unattached Annie and rude, dim-witted shallow, arrogant sex-buddy and playboy Ted (Jon Hamm), who admitted to her that she was his number three - or "third in line."Co-scripter and producer Adam Sandler teamed with director Tom Brady to create this universally-detested comedy and box-office bomb, which acquired six Razzie award nominations (Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Swardson), Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Screen Ensemble, and Worst Prequel/Remake/Rip-Off/Sequel (a poor imitation of the porn industry classic Boogie Nights (1997)).The crudely-dumb, mostly-unfunny R-rated showbiz sex comedy was about nerdy, innocent, buck-toothed and foolish man-child Bucky Larson (Nick Swardson) who headed west from his small town in northern Iowa to become a porn star in Hollywood, after he inspiringly learned that his parents (Miriam Flynn and Edward Hermann) had been celebrities in the skin industry in the 1970s.Selfmann (and directed by Jose Montesinos) contained a gender-twisting major premise: three attractive teenaged virginal females, all college freshmen, vowed to lose their virginities on their shared 18th birthdays.
At the beginning of the next school year, as it turned out, she declined having expensive plastic surgery for her chest, and became paired up with gym teacher Russell Gettis (Jason Segel) - "her Prince Charming" - and she was now the school's Guidance Counselor.Asylum's female-centric, moronic, 90 minute sex comedy with a script by Naomi L.Although the naive, backward and chaste Bucky lacked sexual knowledge (he had never masturbated), experience, and macho qualities (with a nearly invisible, inadequate male member, known as his "equipment"), he was able to be filmed in a porn film - although his first on-camera experience consisted of two premature ejaculations (without contact) (he apologized: "I have no control").His porn footage (shot by washed-up director Miles Deep (Don Johnson)) went viral on the Web, became a best-selling title ("Pinch My Inch"), and he won an Adult Film Award.Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
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The foul-mouthed, rude R-rated farce featured Cameron Diaz as cynical, venal, and greedy Elizabeth Halsey (a bitchy caricature of herself) - a vulgar 7th grade middle-school "bad teacher" in the Chicago area (at John Adams Middle School).
She was revealed to be a gold-digger, but then forced to continue her detested and despised career as an educator when her wealthy fiancee Mark (Nat Faxon) ditched her and cancelled wedding plans. " Elizabeth examined computer generated images of herself with larger breasts and nipples.
Director Paul Feig's female-driven, R-rated raucous comedy (produced by Judd Apatow), with a script by star/SNL cast member Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, was an extremely successful film for Apatow.
It earned both a Golden Globe nomination for Best Comedy, and two Academy Award nominations: Best Supporting Actress (Melissa Mc Carthy) and Best Original Screenplay.
Although it had no explicit nudity, the crude film was filled with non-stop risque jokes and some scatological humor (after unintentional food-poisoning).