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Miss March

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Best friends Eugene (Zach Cregger) and Tucker (Trevor Moore) couldn’t be much different from each other. Ever since they were young, Tucker has been more interested in girls than Eugene. So when Eugene and his high-school sweetheart Cindi (Raquel Alessi) finally agree to sleep together, Tucker tries to help Eugene out by getting him drunk. The result: Eugene falls down a set of stairs and ends up in a coma for four years, unable to consummate his relationship. When he wakes up, he learns his girlfriend has become a Playboy model, so he and Tucker set off to the Playboy Mansion to find out if she still has any feelings left for Eugene. Of course, all sorts of crazy shit happens on the way to the mansion. The film’s lame-brained idea of humor (lots of gross-out stuff involving urine and defecation) isn’t just repulsive; it’s not funny, either. The film’s so ill-conceived, it makes you wonder why it didn’t go straight to video. H

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