Whipped

It isn't every sex comedy that leaves you needing a cold shower; rarer still is the sex comedy that leaves you desperate for a hot one. Peter M. Cohen's crude farce is a misconceived roundelay that crosses the thin line dividing gross-but-funny from just plain gross. Slippery Wall Street suit Brad (Brian Van Holt) makes the alpha-male monsters of IN THE...read more

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It isn't every sex comedy that leaves you needing a cold shower; rarer still is the sex comedy that leaves you desperate for a hot one. Peter M. Cohen's crude farce is a misconceived roundelay that crosses the thin line dividing gross-but-funny from

just plain gross. Slippery Wall Street suit Brad (Brian Van Holt) makes the alpha-male monsters of IN THE COMPANY OF MEN look good: His master plan involves triple-teaming some poor woman with college buddies Zeke (Zorie Barber) and Jonathan (Jonathan Abrahams). Aspiring screenwriter Zeke doesn't

even care if his pickups rip him off, as long as they put out first; Jonathan, on the other hand, admits he's only slept with a few women but has had great sex thousands of times — with himself. Rounding out this quartet of college buds is Eric (Judah Domke), wittily nicknamed "the married

guy" on account of his unfortunate conjugal situation. Eric's greatest pleasure lies in slobbering over the salacious details of his three friends' sex lives when they meet weekly for Sunday brunch at a local diner. These four high-fiving fools are begging for their come-uppance; instead, their

wildest dreams come true. Brad, Zeke and Jonathan each meet the perfect girl. One problem: They're all the same girl, an uncommonly accommodating brunette named Mia (Amanda Peet). To reveal more would only further spoil this already rank comedy, so suffice it to say that after having Mia

fulfill just about every male desire between the sheets, Cohen has the audacity to position his movie as a feminist revenge fantasy. Throw in an extended bit of toilet humor involving a battery-powered marital aid and, well, a toilet, and you've got the makings of something really foul.

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  • Released: 2000
  • Rating: R
  • Review: It isn't every sex comedy that leaves you needing a cold shower; rarer still is the sex comedy that leaves you desperate for a hot one. Peter M. Cohen's crude farce is a misconceived roundelay that crosses the thin line dividing gross-but-funny from just… (more)

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