WHIPPED

Verbal Pornography

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Release Date: September 01, 2000

Starring: Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt,
Jonathan Abrahams, Zorie
Barber, & Judah Domke

Genre: Satire

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 83 minutes

Distributor: Destination Films

Director: Peter M. Cohen

Executive Producer: Anthony Armetts, Taylor
MacCrae, Barry London, Brent
Baum, & Brad Jenkel

Producer: Peter M. Cohen

Writer: Peter M. Cohen

Address Comments To:

Brent Baum, President
Destination Films
1299 Ocean Ave., 5th Floor
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Phone: (310) 434-2700
Fax: (310) 434-2709

Content:

(PaPaPa, Ho, LLL, V, SSS, N, AA, D, MMM) Very strong hedonistic pagan worldview with homosexual references, including man dances with woman’s sexual device; 218 mostly strong obscenities & 12 profanities, plus constant, crude, graphic discussion of sexual topics, including toilet humor & put-downs of the sexual functions of the opposite sex; mild violence such as men wrestle over woman; much implied fornication, implied acts of sodomy, woman kisses men’s bare chests in bed, references to masturbation, & constant, explicit talk about various sex acts; upper male nudity, partial rear male nudity & women in underwear; alcohol use & drunkenness; smoking; and, revenge, woman admits committing an adulterous act, sexual exploitation, & smarmy attacks on the divine institution of marriage.

Summary:

WHIPPED is a filthy, dirty little sex satire depicting the exploits of three young men who all get involved with the same woman. Panned by nearly all of the movie critics in America, WHIPPED is filled with a constant crude barrage of pornographic dialogue about numerous sex acts.

Review:

WHIPPED is a filthy, dirty little sex satire depicting the exploits of three young men, Brad, Jonathan and Zeke. Every Sunday, the three men meet at a diner, usually with their friend, Eric, who’s unhappily married, to boast about their one-night stands that weekend. When the three men start ongoing relationships with the same woman, played by Amanda Peet of THE WHOLE NINE YARDS, their friendship starts to turn sour. Soon, it seems that the woman, whose name is Mia, has some tricks of her own to play.

Panned by nearly all of the movie critics in America, WHIPPED is filled with a constant crude barrage of pornographic dialogue about numerous sex acts. It is clear from the start that Brad, Jonathan and Zeke are a trio of vulgar losers. The movie even reveals at one point that all three men, contrary to their boastful words, actually lack practically any sexual prowess whatsoever. This revelation renders Mia’s involvement with these guys totally incomprehensible, even the movie finally reveals her secret. In fact, WHIPPED does not deserve to be labeled a real movie at all. It’s just an overlong, pornographic TV skit that isn’t even fit to be aired on the Playboy Channel.

Given all this, it is totally perplexing why this small, inane movie required not two, not three, not four, but five executive producers. What were they thinking? Were they even thinking?

In Brief:

WHIPPED is a filthy, dirty little sex satire depicting the exploits of three young men, Brad, Jonathan and Zeke. Every Sunday, the three men meet at a diner, usually with their friend, Eric, who’s unhappily married, to boast about their one-night stands that weekend. When the three men start ongoing relationships with the same woman, played by Amanda Peet of THE WHOLE NINE YARDS, their friendship starts to turn sour. Soon, it seems that the woman, whose name is Mia, has some tricks of her own to play.

Panned by nearly all of the movie critics in America, WHIPPED is filled with a constant crude barrage of pornographic dialogue about numerous sex acts. It is clear from the start that Brad, Jonathan and Zeke are a trio of vulgar losers. The movie even reveals at one point that all three men, contrary to their boastful words, actually lack practically any sexual prowess whatsoever. This revelation renders Mia’s involvement with these guys totally incomprehensible. Thus, WHIPPED does not deserve to be labeled a real movie at all. It’s just an overlong, pornographic TV skit that isn’t even fit to be aired on the Playboy Channel