Dirty Deeds follows a bunch of high school seniors come together as one brave senior attempts to complete every “dirty deed” as per tradition requests. Some of which include ejaculating into bread, stealing a car and finding the only other grad to complete the deeds. It’s a fun and cool motion picture, truly energizing to watch, yet it is simply one more Cliché High-school drama, all that you’d anticipate from one of these films. What you see is what you get, however don’t mark this movie for what it is, I believe it’s fun watchable High School flick.
Dirty Deeds (2005) Review:
Juvenile, disgusting, and toilet humour. A wild guess: it was written by guy in his 20’ies, who failed high school. Pathetic.
Sure it is stereotypical of most teen-comedy romps: bad acting, predictible script, etc. But the movie also has a lot of good times, and a lot of heart.
This is a great comedy that reminded me of movies such as Can’t Hardly Wait and Van Wilder. I am some what of a sucker for those teen films. Some of the “deeds” they came up with were hilarious. Kept me laughing all the way through.
Cast and Crew:
Directed: David Kendall
Starring: Milo Ventimiglia, Lacey Chabert, Charles Durning