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National Lampoon's Adam & Eve
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Directed By
Jeff Kanew

Written By:
Jeff Kanew

Cameron Douglas, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Chad Lindberg, Branden Williams, Terri Garber, George Dzundza, Jake Hoffman, Courtney Peldon, Brian Klugman, China Jesusita Shavers, Alan Havey, Mike Elling

National Lampoon's Adam & Eve (2005)
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Movie Review by Zara
March 10th, 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 so sobering and dull that it's hard to believe that National Lampoon put its label on it. It might have been the only draw for people who might not otherwise have watched the movie, but really... this isn't funny. Not even a little. Not even that kind of crack just the corner of your mouth funny. It's just straightforward and really just boring.

So there's this guy named Adam and he meets this gorgeous girl named Eve. She wants to remain a virgin until... she's not sure. Just "until." I mean, she has a long winded explanation for why and she ends up dating a guy who doesn't look anything like a college student (poor Cameron Douglas... the shallow end of the talent pool in that family) nor anything like this kind of girl would put up with: drunken frat boy crap, whiny acoustic guitar crap, covered in tattoos. It's sad when it's supposed to be uplifting and it's pathetic when it thinks it's being funny.

Gah... I'll stop there.

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