There are lots of type of dweebs: the inadvisably hopeful (like 'Superbad'), the stereotypical (like 'Fanboys'), of the just plain irredeemable (like 'Napoleon'). We've collected all, so you can laught at them without getting called into the principal's office.
Can't get enough of movies like '40 Year Old Virgin' and 'Knocked Up'? Then check out our list of movies directed by Judd Apatow, directors influenced by him, and films featuring his troupe of favorite actors: Rogen, Rudd, Cera, et al.
Raunchy comedies in the vein of 'The Interview' and 'I Love You Man' celebrating the eternal, immutable, and solely platonic bond between two bros who can never quite bring themselves to utter the L word.
The most prominent comedy director and producer of our generation, Apatow is undisputed master of the lovable man-child genre, boasting such modern classics as 'Knocked Up', 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall', and 'The 40 Year Old Virgin'. Check out 'Celtic Pride' for one of his less well-known early works (although admittedly it may be less well-known for a reason).
Movies in the vein of 'Dumb and Dumber': for the moronic pairings in this collection, the maxim two heads are better than one most certainly does not hold true. When these mentally deficient buddies put their noggins together all that results is chaos!
Here it is folks, an admittedly somewhat subjective collection compiling the very raunchiest flicks from after the turn of the millennium. Whatever level of raunch dressing you're looking to put on your salad, you're guaranteed to find something to please here!
Enjoy this eclectic - and admittedly subjective - list of films that define the millennial experience, ranging from brooding biopic 'The Social Network' all the way down to ostensibly-for-kids-but-really-geared-to-homesick-college-kids classic 'Toy Story 3'. No Gen-Xer wannabees allowed (we're looking at you Kanye)!
It's the summer of 1985, and NYU student David lands a summer job at the Red Oaks Country Club in New Jersey. As the assistant tennis pro, he rubs elbows with the clientele, as well as his fellow employees.
After numerous attempts of trying to be popular two best friends decide to come out as lesbians, which launches them to instant celebrity status. Seduced by their newfound fame, Karma and Amy decide to keep up their romantic ruse.