Bumbling high school geek Virgil Heitmeyer has yet to lose his virginity. A golden opportunity for finally getting deflowered arises after Virgil manages to get closer to the beautiful and popular Kellie Guthrie.
“Rent this and just watch the 2 amazing deleted scenes and skip the movie. What the F was MGM thinking?” MoviesandCandy.com
“It’s not an unpleasant movie, but it’s basically just a re-tread of some very well-worn tires. No new characters. No new jokes. No new territory. Nothing you haven’t seen already. The film interweaves reality with fantasy in a way that is not entirely satisfying, which is to say that the fantasy sequences make the ending of the film promising, but not completely fulfilling. Based on this description, it’s a C-, not entirely unwatchable or unpleasant, but a predictable, routine coming-of-age youthploitation film which is unoriginal, tame and short on humor.” Scoopy.com
“With its lack of nudity and even cursing, SATTM actually comes off as surprisingly tame. But that’s the least of the movies problems, as writer/director Don Gold emphasizes pointless subplots and jokes that come off as sad rather than funny. And though there’s a pretty nifty Back to the Future reference thrown into the mix, the complete lack of salacious content ensures that the film’s core audience of teenaged boys will dismiss this as fast as everyone else.” Reelfilm.com