Jennifer Love Hewitt ("The Tuxedo," "I Know What You Did Last Summer") and Will Friedle (TV's "Batman Beyond," TV's "Boy Meets World") headline this comedy about a high school student's desperate quest for a condom so he can consummate a long hoped for encounter. His wisecracking female best friend offers a third side to this love triangle. Co-starring Danny Masterson (TV's "That '70s Show," "Dracula 2000"), Golden Globe-nominee Wendie Malick (TV's "Just Shoot Me," "The Emperor's New Groove"), Kathy Griffin (TV's "Suddenly Susan," "Muppets From Space"), Lee Majors (TV's "The Six Million Dollar Man," "Big Fat Liar") and Anthony Michael Hall ("Sixteen Candles," "The Breakfast Club").
Nowhere-man Ronny Miller is secretly in love with Cindy Mancini, the prettiest, most popular girl on campus. When Cindy finds herself in a desperate predicament, Ronny steps to save the day - for a price! Cindy must pose as Ronny's girl so that her popularity might rub off on him. But the road to popularity takes an unexpected twist when Ronny becomes so "cool" that his former friends feel the chill. Cindy is left totally out in the cold, and Ronny himself discovers that might buy you popularity, but it can't buy you love!
When Denis (Paul Rust), the geekiest guy in high school, proclaims his love for super-popular Beth Cooper (Hayden Panettiere), during his valedictorian speech, everyone is...well... speechless! But the real shock comes that night when Beth shows up at Denis' house with her two best friends to show him how the cool kids party.
From the guy who brought you Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin comes SUPERBAD. Seth (Jonah Hill) and Evan (Michael Cera) want nothing more than to lose their virginity before they head off to college. To do that, though, they need to get liquor for the big party that night. With the help of their friend Fogell, a.k.a. McLovin (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), and his fake I.D., the three of them go on a hilarious chase for that elusive booze, dodging incompetent cops (Knocked Up's Seth Rogen and 'Saturday Night Live's' Bill Hader), angry neighbors and jealous boyfriends. Hailed as an 'iconic comedy...a true classic of its times' (Pete Hammond, Maxim), SUPERBAD is a laugh-out-loud masterpiece! 2007 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Opposites attract with irresistible force in this fresh, funny, feel-good comedy about two mismatched teens who scheme to make their ex's jealous. Melissa Joan Hart (TV's "Sabrina the Teenage Witch") is "picture perfect" (CBS-TV, Fort Worth) as a peppy preppy who performs the ultimate makeover on her scruffy next-door neighbor (Adrian Grenier) - and discovers this former "frog" was a prince all along! With a screenplay by Rob Thomas (Dawson's Creek), a cast featuring today's hottest young stars, plus the smash hit songs "Crazy" (Britney Spears), and "I Want It That Way" (Backstreet Boys), "Drive Me Crazy" is "worth celebrating!" (Detroit Free Press).
A former high school basketball star gets a second shot at life when he's miraculously transformed into a teenager and offered the opportunity to redefine his future. Back in 1989, Mike O' Donnell (Matthew Perry) had it all; not only was the 17-year-old senior the king of the basketball court, but college scouts were circling as well. But just as Mike's future began to glow brighter than ever before, he sacrificed everything in order to stay by his expectant girlfriend, Scarlet, and be a good father. Nearly 20 years later, Mike has just been passed over for a big promotion at work, his marriage is failing, and his teenage kids can't stand him. His dreams long gone and his family falling apart, Mike takes to staying with his best friend, Ned (Thomas Lennon), a former high school geek-turned-techno billionaire. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, Mike is transported back into his teenage body and given the given the unique opportunity to relive his salad days. But while Mike may look 17 again, his thirtysomething outlook at life puts him hopelessly at odds with the class of 2009. When Mike discovers that by attempting to recapture his best years he could risk losing all the best things he ever experienced in life, the time comes to make a decision that could have a drastic impact on both his past and his future.
The exciting world of rollerblading provides the basis of this tale of a young teen who tries to inspire the affection of a pretty girl with his skating prowess. The lad is 15-year-old Mitchell Goosen who is sent from sunny southern California to snowy Cincinnati to live with relatives while his parents go on a long trip to Australia. The boy comes to the Ohio city clutching his surfboard and meets his goofy cousin who quickly becomes his friend. Naturally his laid back West Coast ways make him the subject of ridicule in his new high school. His biggest foe is the school jock. The pain of his new life is eased a bit after Mitchell meets perky blond Nikki. They talk and then he is forced to play in a hockey game. Mitchell has no idea what hockey is about but still manages to score the winning goal causing him to be the victim of more ostracism. In the spring, he begins rollerblading and the other kids are amazed by his many stunts. Eventually, he uses his skills to win the respect of his enemies and Niki's heart, but not without a lot more daring skating escapades.
The film centers on Handsome (Trevor Fehrman "Clerks II," "Odd Man Out: The First Girlfriends Club") and Sammy (Elden Henson "The Butterfly Effect," "Idle Hands"), a scheming pair of best pals who cheat their ways through elementary school and junior high. Once in high school, the duo meets Victor (Mathew Lawrence "Mrs. Doubtfire" "The Hot Chick") and Applebee (Martin Starr "Knocked Up," "The Incredible Hulk") and prove that in cheating, four heads are better than two. But when their principal (Academy Award, Emmy Award and Golden Globe-winner Mary Tyler Moore "Ordinary People," TVs "Mary Tyler Moore Show") catches them, they are put on probation. With that in mind, the gang must decide whether to pull off one final, grandiose cheat at the risk of being caught and having their college dreams squelched.