Teens have sex with complete strangers, though it's worth noting that they're also shown shopping for condoms. A man in a truck tries to mow down a naked teenager he catches having sex with his wife. Two brothers can't seem to stop fighting; the older one likes to beat up on the younger. Characters listen in on others having sex; bare breasts are exposed, as well as a man's testes.
Friends are loyal to one another, even when their bonds are tested. Lots of talk about sex: how to have it, what makes it fun. Characters hook up with strangers, some of whom are married.
The road trip to see her is pockmarked with one over-the-top sequence after the next, many of which feature nudity, graphic discussions of sex acts, sex toys, and more.
There's also plenty of underage drinking and lots of swearing (including "f--k").
Ian (Josh Zuckerman) is a high school virgin in love with his best friend, Felicia (Amanda Crew). Besides, Ian's been keeping Internet company with a "sure thing." (No coincidence there; SEX DRIVE's basic plot has an awful lot in common with the John Cusack classic of the same name.) A girl he only knows by her Web name, Ms.
Tasty, promises to have sex with him if he drives down from Chicago to Knoxville to meet her in his stylin' 1969 Pontiac GTO.
Instead, what we get is crass, gratuitous, gross-out humor flecked with too few moments of pure comedy.
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Too be honest, I'm 12 and I've watched it, ok theres a lot of sex and swearing but come'on cut up some slack were not gonna go out and copy what there doing.
Ian's womanizing friend, Lance (Clark Duke), thinks it's an offer he can't refuse.
But here's the catch: It's not really Ian's car -- it belongs to his older brother, Rex (James Marsden), who's ferocious, fearsome, macho, and loves his car more than his family.
This sometimes-hilarious but more often woefully unwitty comedy does have some appeal. Who knew he had it in him to play comically deranged?