‘Dirty Deeds (2005)’

Milo Ventimiglia
Lacey Chabert
Tom Amandes
Matthew Carey
Mark Derwin
Charles Durning
Michael Milhoan
Zoe Saldana
Arielle Kebbel
Ray Santiago
Erin Torpey
Unrated           87min           2005

‘Dirty Deeds (2005)’ is an American Pie-esc teen comedy in which a high school senior tries to complete the Dirty Deeds, an outrageous series of challenges that must be completed between dusk and dawn on the Friday night of Homecoming Weekend.

I watched the Unrated version so I can say what was in the rated version. ‘Dirtier Deeds’ showcases some of the most outrageous and dirtiest deeds I have ever seen. They were nasty and funny at the same time; its no wonder very few people from this school completed the ‘deeds’.

‘Dirtier Deeds’ is just as raunchy as the American Pies but not as funny. Most of the characters are high school stereotypes. It follows the same basic movements and theme of a teen comedy.

You watch to find out what the next deed was and how was it going to be complete. You never doubt Ventimiglia is going to complete the deeds. It’s about the obstacles that are put in his way. Lacy Chabert, from Party of Five fame, plays the under used love interest. Mark Derwin plays the mob boss who is neither scary or threaten; you never get the feeling Zach is in any real danger around him.

‘Dirty Deeds’ can be skipped unless you a fan of one of the actors. There is nothing original that this movie has to offer. This is a raunchy guy film, that has its funny moments. It is something to watch while drinking and laugh. It’s a male movie from the male mind.

There is not much in the way of special features; just a few featurettes.

I give it 3/5 Gs

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