(the 1996 James Spader car-wreck-fetish movie, not the one with Ludacris). I don't know how 's tandem sex scenes, in which Evan (Michael Cera) and Fogell/Mc Lovin (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) finally get the opportunity to shed those scarlet Vs, is one of the sloppiest, funniest, and downright embarrassingly accurate portrayals in modern cinema.
Go too far down the PG-13 route, however, and why even have a sex scene in the first place?
Through dialogue and compromising situations, the film takes us from the beginning of a relationship to the aftermath of one, and examines every stage in between seeing humor within the drama, heartache and confusion of it all.
I think that's very beautiful and a special movie in it's genre.
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