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National Lampoon's Adam & Eve
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National Lampoon's Adam & Eve 2005


Adam is a college senior - and an aspiring singer/songwriter. He meets Eve - a beautiful, bright, talented (as a sports still photographer) college girl. They begin dating... and he quickly learns that, hard as it is to believe of such a hot girl in today's campus world, Eve is still a virgin. (read more)

Release Date:November 4th, 2005
Directed By:
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Written By:
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Starring:
No image existsCameron Douglas
Emmanuelle ChriquiEmmanuelle Chriqui
Chad LindbergChad Lindberg
No image existsBranden Williams
No image existsTerri Garber
No image existsGeorge Dzundza
No image existsJake Hoffman
No image existsCourtney Peldon
No image existsBrian Klugman
No image existsChina Jesusita Shavers
No image existsAlan Havey
No image existsMike Elling

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National Lampoon's Adam & Eve Movie Review by Zara (3/10/2009)

Normally, I'm a fan of Emmanuelle Chriqui and that's perhaps the only reason why I'm giving this movie anything above a half star rating. But thinking about it, there are a handful (and by that, I mean about 3) scenes where the side characters have conversations which are slightly clever and insightful.

However, this is...

(complete National Lampoon's Adam & Eve review by Zara)



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