Miss March

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Directors Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore collaborate on this comedy centering on the bizarre experiences of a man who awakens from a four-year coma to discover that his girlfriend has become a Playboy centerfold.
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Directors Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore collaborate on this comedy centering on the bizarre experiences of a man who awakens from a four-year coma to discover that his girlfriend has become a Playboy centerfold.
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Special Features

Viral videos: Sound design, Timmy's audition, Darren's audition, Sam's audition and lesbians' audition; Down & Dirty featurette (Edited and explicit versions)
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Josh Ralske
It's clearly meant to be seen as "irreverent" -- it's right there in the press notes -- but it's hard to figure out what's really irreverent about Miss March. Certainly, it's gross, and maybe even a bit shocking, but these filmmakers are smart enough to realize that raising the bar on crassness in teen sex comedies is a zero-sum game. And it's hardly subversive to mock a fat, heavily accented Latina orderly, or a crude African-American rapper, or even people with epilepsy. Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore, who wrote, directed, and star in the film, have some talent in all three areas, and the film does generate some laughs. They're good at stretching out a setup and building to an over-the-top payoff, but too much of their energetically scattershot humor never pays off. And there are more troubling issues here. It's puzzling that a film that reveres the troglodyte pre-feminist "philosophy" of Hugh Hefner who appears as his exalted self and Playboy magazine would also slam the backward sexual politics of popular rap music, but that's in line with the film's general racial insensitivity. One feels embarrassed for Craig Robinson, who has demonstrated his talent on The Office, but here plays a hulking stereotype who along with the sexually aggressive African-American groupie who flies out the window of a speeding bus, apparently to her death, in one unpleasant gag bears the brunt of the film's most hateful humor. Meanwhile, the film's heroes, despite their character flaws and frequently despicable behavior, essentially end up with everything they ever wanted. "There's a Bunny deep down inside every woman," might have been an inspiring refrain in the 1950s. Here, it's another reminder that however "irreverent" these filmmakers might claim to be, Miss March is really just a good old-fashioned mean-spirited celebration of white male privilege.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/28/2009
  • UPC: 024543588566
  • Original Release: 2009
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Uncensored / Edited
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Fran├žais
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 29,330

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Zach Cregger Eugene Bell
Trevor Moore Tucker Cleigh
Raquel Alessi Cindi Whitehall
Molly Stanton Candace
Craig Robinson Dot MPEG
Holly Hindman Playboy Bunny
Cedric Yarbrough Doctor
Carla Jimenez Nurse Juanita
Geoff Meed Fireman Rick
Steve Pearce Young Eugene
Remy Thorne Young Tucker
Eve Mauro Vonka
Alexis Raben Katja
Lindsay Schoneweis Sheila
David Wells Principal
Tanjareen Martin Crystal
Britten Kelley Chevonne
Barry Sigismondi Mr. Whitehall
Alex Donnelley Mrs. Whitehall
Technical Credits
Zach Cregger Director, Screenwriter
Trevor Moore Director, Cinematographer, Screenwriter
Glenn Brown Camera Operator
Jason Burns Executive Producer
Jeff Cardoni Score Composer
Vincent Cirrincione Producer
Dins Danielsen Art Director
Ali Dee Songwriter
Tobie Haggerty Producer
Dennis Haggerty Original Story
Ryan Homchick Original Story
Scott G. Hyman Co-producer
Tom Jacobson Producer
Sheila Jaffe Casting
Dave Jordan Musical Direction/Supervision
Cabot McMullen Production Designer
Thomas Mimms Original Story
Tim Mirkovich Editor
Tim Mirkovich Editor
Sarah de Sa Rego Costumes/Costume Designer
Anthony Richmond Cinematographer
Richard Rosenzweig Executive Producer
David Sammons Camera Operator
Alexis Scott Costumes/Costume Designer
Dominie Till Makeup
Jojo Villanueva Musical Direction/Supervision
Monnie Wills Co-producer
Steven J. Wolfe Producer
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