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  • Actors: Jefferson Brown, Darryn Lucio, Christopher Elliott, Melanie Marden
  • Directors: Karl DiPelino
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Image/Thinkfilms
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2006
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000TLMWNS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,837 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Miles is smooth, smart and attractive - the definitive ladies' man. After Miles returns from yet another successful conquest, his best friend Cleaver has the idea for Miles to "complete" the entire alphabet prior to graduation. Goaded on by his dorm mates, Miles accepts, and the contest begins. The rules are simple: the rarer the first letter of the girl's last name, the higher the odds. Money and pride are on the line, and all is going according to plan, until Miles comes face-to-face with the captivating, Gabrielle Xeropolos, aka: The "X" She's everything he's ever wanted in a girl. Now Miles is torn between his ever-growing feelings for Gabrielle, and his allegiance to his testosterone-filled dorm buddies. The ultimate question remains - are all guys PIGS?

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There is no T & A in this film just so you know.
Orson99
The first time I taught a film class I screened "The Last American Virgin," a 1982 film about a group of high school boys trying to get laid.
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The woman's arms are crossed, hiding her breasts.
Mark Eremite

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Orson99 on November 2, 2007
Format: DVD
There is no T & A in this film just so you know. Don't fall for the movie poster. One writer says "it follows Van Wilder, American Pie, Animal House." Yeah, if those films were rated PG, maybe. This movie really stinks like the dickens because they dropped the ball bigtime. Why would you make a movie with this premise and then fail to capitalize one iota on it? So yeah IMO they are falsely marketing the film to lure people to think it's one of those loaded with hot naked chics type movies, like Van Wilder, American Pie and Animal House. But it ain't. It's a college movie with a truly absurd premise and nothing at all that backs that premise up. It just doesn't work. The film is very confused about itself.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark Eremite VINE VOICE on December 26, 2007
Format: DVD
No one buys, rents, or watches a movie with a title and a premise like "Pigs" expecting it to be awesome. Or even great. B-movies, especially the kind that revolve around trashy frat boys and the easy T&A they grunt over, are known for being nothing more than vehicles for crude humor, bawdy misunderstandings, and lots and lots of bulging eyes, chests, and groins.

But "Pigs"? No matter who you are on the totem pole of viewers, you're bound to be left with mud on your face.

Obviously people who appreciate things like "a plot" and "well-rounded characters" should look elsewhere. The idea isn't novel: a hot jock named Miles (Jefferson Brown, who looks like a poor man's Hugh Jackman but acts with the panache of a toothless Cheshire cat) enters a betting contest in which he will try to have sex with 26 different girls, each of them with a last name that begins with a different letter of the alphabet. He is aided/goaded along in his quest by his good buddy Cleaver (Darryn Lucio, who is trying SO hard to do an impression of American Pie's Stifler that it's shameless, even for a movie of this caliber).

He is also hindered in his quest by his roommate, the socially ludicrous Ben, who is horrified to discover that Miles' final target is the beautiful Gabrielle Xeropolous, the "X," a girl Ben has been gawking at for most of his college career. Will Miles learn his lesson and stop treating women like objects? Will young, mumbly Ben ever catch the eye of the hottest girl in school (and she can even fix cars! Score!)? Will Stifler -- I mean Cleaver -- get the snot kicked out of him for failing to cover his massive gambling debts? One can only hope.
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The first time I taught a film class I screened "The Last American Virgin," a 1982 film about a group of high school boys trying to get laid. I asked my students to consider the movie from the perspective of a 16-year old high school girl on a date. Granted, the movie was not at all geared towards females and my students were appropriately outraged by the film. It should have been the first film I screened, because after seeing it my students had a clear understanding of why film criticism could be a good thing. Many years later when I taught my Intro to Pop Culture class for the first time the movie I selected was "American Pie," which is also a film about a group of high school boys who want to get laid. But over the course of the film most (but not all) of the boys discover that love might be better than sex. This seems a laudable position, but I have to point out that in the end most (but not all) of the boys get laid. I have never been able to decide whether the film is morally defensible or reprehensible, because I can make a strong case either way. Anyhow, it is within the context of those two films that I write this review of "Pigs."

The three guys sharing this particular college dorm room are Miles (Jefferson Brown) the stud, Cleaver (Darryn Lucio) the jerk, and Ben (Christopher Elliott) the nerd. Miles does not only get more women than Cleaver and Ben put together (not that either has ever been with a woman), but apparently more than all of the guys on campus put together.
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By stoneyloc on July 30, 2013
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This Was A Good Film Just Like To watch Comedy Films To Enjoy The Laughs. Really Helps When Your Feeling Down And Out. There A Great Stress Releaser For me recommend to all except children few things they should not see.
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