Thursday, July 1, 2010

The Girl Next Door: Movie Review

"The Girl Next Door" raises the teen sex comedy genre.

Matt is a studious, hard-working high school senior bound for Georgetown University. Then he meets the girl next door and all hell breaks loose.

"The Girl Next Door" is the type of film that gently breaks down the door of a genre. Take your typical teen comedy with geeks hanging out in the A/V room, guys being obsessed with meeting porn

Directed by: Luke Greenfield

Screenplay by: Stuart Blumberg, David T. Wangler and Brent Goldberg

Starring: Emile Hirsch and Elisha Cuthbert
stars, with some contrived plot which allows for breasts galore and lots of lame sex jokes. But this film sees that bet and raises it. It has your geeks obsessed with meeting porn stars, but it also has an actually well-written good comedy story, which then allows for breasts galore and some mild sex jokes.

Emile Hirsch is the perfect actor for the role of Matt. He's handsome so women will love to watch him, but not too handsome that men will want to watch him too. After this, his peers started watching him and he's been getting accolades for his talent.

"The Girl Next Door" is for everybody getting frustrated with the poor state of teen comedies. You can watch this without hanging your head in shame.