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Whipped

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Director: Peter M. Cohen, Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt, Judah Domke

Cast: Peter M. Cohen, Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt, Judah Domke

     
 

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In this independent comedy, three buddies who have been sharing their thoughts on love and sex suddenly find that that's not all they're sharing. Stylish stockbroker Brad (Brian Van Holt), bohemian hipster Zeke (Zorie Barber), and socially inept Jonathan (Jonathan Abrahams) get together with their married friend Eric (Judah Domke) every Sunday at the same coffee shop

Overview

In this independent comedy, three buddies who have been sharing their thoughts on love and sex suddenly find that that's not all they're sharing. Stylish stockbroker Brad (Brian Van Holt), bohemian hipster Zeke (Zorie Barber), and socially inept Jonathan (Jonathan Abrahams) get together with their married friend Eric (Judah Domke) every Sunday at the same coffee shop to discuss whatever is on their minds -- which usually turns out to be women. While most weeks the conversation quickly turns to a crude exchange of views on "the art of seduction," one Sunday Brad, Zeke, and Jonathan all have the same remarkable bit of news for Eric: They've fallen in love. After comparing notes, however, they realize that they are all in love with the same woman, Mia (Amanda Peet). Whipped was the feature debut for writer and director Peter M. Cohen.

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Barnes & Noble - Gregory Baird
This raunchy comedy from writer-director Peter M. Cohen chronicles the complications that ensue when a Manhattan trio of womanizing, best-friend bachelors -- Brad (Brian Van Holt), Zeke (Zorie Barber), and Jonathan (Jonathan Abrahams) -- find themselves all falling for the same girl, Mia (Amanda Peet). Whipped is about sex, plain and simple. There are plenty of make-out scenes, and there are even more recaps, as the three men recount in oh-so-explicit detail their carnal exploits as they meet each week over brunch, using a remarkably large and vivid vocabulary of slang terms. Everything's pretty much played for laughs here, as the three self-styled studs experience a series of ever-more-humiliating comeuppances during their pursuit of Mia. But there's a sharp twist at the end that provides a satisfying and unexpected coda to this ribald romp. The Columbia TriStar DVD includes director's commentary and the theatrical trailer.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/06/2001
UPC:
0043396055001
Original Release:
2000
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
1:25:00
Sales rank:
68,017

Special Features

Scene Selections ; Director's Commentary ; Theatrical Trailers ; Interactive Menus

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Amanda Peet Mia
Brian Van Holt Brad
Judah Domke Eric
Zorie Barber Zeke
Jonathan Abrahams Jonathan
Callie Thorne Liz
Beth Ostrosky Beth

Technical Credits
Peter M. Cohen Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Anthony Armetta Executive Producer
Antonio Arroyo Sound/Sound Designer
Zorie Barber Co-producer
Brent Baum Executive Producer
Bo Bazylevsky Associate Producer
Budd Carr Musical Direction/Supervision
Jodi Collins Casting
Brad Jenkel Executive Producer
Peter Kowalski Cinematographer
Karen Kozlowski Costumes/Costume Designer
Tami Lester Musical Direction/Supervision
Barry London Executive Producer
Taylor MacCrae Executive Producer
Tom McArdle Editor
Colette Miller Set Decoration/Design
Michael Montes Score Composer
Svetlana Rabey Art Director
Andrew R. Shakman Co-producer
Katherine M. Szilagyi Production Designer

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