Slutty Heroine, Abhorrent Movie
Release Date: October 07, 2011
Audience: Older teenagers and adults
Runtime: 89 minutes
Distributor: The Weinstein Co.
Director: Abe Sylvia
Writer: Abe Sylvia
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Set in 1987, the very first scene in DIRTY GIRL implies that 16-year-old Danielle is outside her high school in Norman, Okla. having sexual relations with a boy in a car, which is moving up and down. Soon Danielle is insulting Clarke, the fat, nerdy homosexual boy in her school, and making lewd comments in class. So, she’s sent to a remedial class that just happens to include Clarke. Since she came to the class late, she’s paired up with the friendless Clarke and given an assignment to pretend that a sack of flour is their child and write a journal about taking care of the pretend baby.
While working with Clarke, Danielle learns he’s emotionally abused by his father for being homosexual. With his angry father threatening to send Clarke to military school, Danielle has an easy time convincing him to take his father’s beloved Cadillac and help her get to California to find the father’s she’s never met. A bunch of lewd, comical misadventures follow. Hot on their trail are the two teenagers’ mothers, the only ones who seem to care about these two misfits.
DIRTY GIRL aims to be a crowd pleaser, so it’s full of humorous situations and dialogue. For instance, Danielle has drawn a face on the sack of flower they carry to simulate the pretend baby. As the movie’s mood and the fortunes of the two teenagers change, so do the sack’s lips, from a smile to a frown, or from expressions of fear to ones of distress.
Most of the movie, however, is designed to make the two sex-obsessed teenagers appealing and to promote a politically correct attitude toward homosexuality. It does this by making jokes about such behavior, including letting first the girl, then the boy, striptease in front of drunken men in a bar, men who turn out to be homosexual pedophiles. There’s also a scene where the girl pays a male hitchhiker from Vegas to sodomize her lonely homosexual friend. The mysterious hitchhiker turns out to be a male stripper himself.
If that weren’t enough to offend media-wise viewers, the girl’s real father turns out to have been a coach who got her teenage mother pregnant in high school. Also, of course, the boy’s anti-homosexual father is the meanest character in the movie. Finally, the girl’s potential stepfather, who’s dating her mother, is a Mormon, who’s made to look very goofy, which conforms to the movie’s apparent humanist subtext against religious morality. William H. Macy, however, who plays the Mormon, can’t hide his own inner decency and sincerity. Accompanying this evil content is plenty of crude foul language
When all is said and done, DIRTY GIRL is sure to make Movieguide®’s list of the year’s Top 10 Most Abhorrent Movies. As such, it’s also one of the most mindless movies of the year. It shows that some of the elitists in Hollywood, including many actors, clearly want to indoctrinate your children into promiscuous, perverted and homosexual lifestyles.
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DIRTY GIRL has a few very clever jokes. Most of it, however, is designed to promote a politically correct attitude favoring a radical homosexual agenda. In doing that, it actually makes jokes out of a scene showing the teenage boy striptease in front of a bunch of drunken homosexual pedophiles in a bar. Accompanying this outrageous sexuality is plenty of crude foul language and a humanist, feminist subtext against religious morality. DIRTY GIRL is sure to make Movieguide®’s list of the year’s Top 10 Most Abhorrent Movies. As such, it’s also one of the year’s most mindless movies.