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Three single guys play with sex and relationships in New York City, until their world is turned upside down by a beautiful woman (Amanda Peet) who just may beat them at their own game.

Starring:
Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt
Runtime:
1 hour, 23 minutes

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Whipped

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Peter M. Cohen
Starring Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt
Supporting actors Jonathan Abrahams, Zorie Barber, Judah Domke, Callie Thorne, Montse Viader, Linda Udd, Doug MacHugh, Gordon Feinberg, Suzanne Molloy, David Heyman, Bo Bazylevski, David J. Cohen, Phil Nourie, Marc Courtiol, George Song, Marcus Ho, Anthony Armetta, Jill Sorensen
Studio Destination Films
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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Customer Reviews

It's a GREAT comedy.
aiden
If we do not believe that these guys find her desirable, the whole thing gets flushed down the toilet (you'll understand that one after you watch the film).
Amazon Customer
And all the actors in this film do outstanding jobs; the married guy and the loser guy in particular are great.
fmwaalex

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ann Holding on June 18, 2003
Format: DVD
Every Sunday, a trio of buds get together at a NYC diner to boast about their sexual conquests of the night before. Sometimes they're joined by a newlywed ex-comrade and hoochie hunter who hangs on them like a puling barnacle. They're unabashed horn dogs and corn dogs and Mia, who witnesses them on the prowl, decides that they need to be taught a lesson, dammit. So she'll date and dump - why not? All of them!

Gasp. What a wild idea. What a radical, naughty gal. Women now have the right to date and sleep around as much as they want to. As much as men do, even! Honey, we got the message. We read "Maxim" and "Cosmo" too, okay?
There is one solitary laughable element in "Whipped". Namely the fact that not once, during the amigo's detailed discussions of their bodily functions and the oral talents of the bed partners they trash, do the other customers in the diner turn around and say, "Dude, we're trying to EAT here."
To see quality gross-out humor, try a classic like "Blazing Saddles".
To see love-rat buddies hanging out, slagging and bragging on their women as they eat and imbibe, rent "Swingers". Priceless bits: "How long will you guys wait to call your babies?" "6 days." Plus the luminous Heather Graham.
To see the lovely Amanda Peet at her snarky, man-eating best, try "Saving Silverman", a.k.a. "Evil Woman". That flick also has the sweet Amanda Detmer ("Final Destination"). Plus the excellent Steve Zahn.
But this - merciful God, this. It's truly unfortunate that a buddy movie with a great setting, a smart, cute heroine and three possible pairings had to have such a cop-out ending.
The leads are very attractive and approach the material with relish - let's hope more worthy projects are in their future.
P.S. - 30 "whip-oosh" sound effects to the screenwriter for use of the phrase "You go, girl". It was tired in 2000, and it's tired now.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jen herman on October 9, 2001
Format: DVD
A hilarious and insightful perspective of the dating world is portrayed in this off beat comedy by first time writer/director Peter M. Cohen. The story unfolds as the four male protagonists meet weekly at the local diner to confer about their dating woes. We meet Brad: a good-looking, wall-street playboy with a quick-wit and sharp tongue; Zeek: a cynical, sensitive writer; Jonathan: a sexually perplexed nice guy with an affinity for hand creams; and Eric: the married guy, who cherishes his weekly encounters with his single friends in hope for some enlightenment to his boring and banal married existence. The trials and tribulations of the men’s single lives in New York are amusingly expressed, mirroring that of "Sex in the City" and HBO’s new comedy "The Mind of Married Man, and bring an astute light to scamming.
The story takes a twist as the three singletons meet Mia--wittily played by Amanda Peet—and all fall for her. She seduces them each with her uncanny ability to conform to the personalities’ they exhibit. When they come to realize they have all met and fallen in love with the same woman, they chose her over their friendship.
"Whipped" is a realistic portrayal of the dating world, one that the critic’s failed to recognize. In plain language, they missed the point. The protagonist’s here are caricatures of real people. The exaggerations are hysterical, mixing satire and humility, and are not to be taken as seriously as the critic’s disparagement suggests. See this movie, you’ll laugh from start to finish.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ian Dark on February 10, 2001
Format: DVD
If you saw "The Whole Nine Yards" and became an Amanda Peet fan, take heed. "Whipped" is nothing like "The Whole Nine Yards" and neither is Peet's character, Mia. If you're looking for Amanda to repeat the same type of character in this film, you'll be disappointed.
"Whipped" has similarities "In The Company of Men", but is a much lighter and funnier film. The story centers around three men in their twenties who look at sex like a sporting event. Every Sunday they gather at a diner and compare tales of their latest conquests. Everything is going well for the guys until Mia (played by Peet) comes into the picture.
While the script isn't 100% hilarious, it does have some great moments. There are some good lines and a smattering of funny scenes, albeit cynical humor. Rather than write about them, see the movie and judge for yourself.
"Whipped" is not a great film, but it does have some good laughs. If you liked comedies like "Love Stinks" and "After Hours", you'll most likely enjoy "Whipped".
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Allen Smalling TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 26, 2001
Format: DVD
The term "Whipped" doesn't refer to sadomasochism or military discipline. Put the familiar term that starts with "p" and refers to a kitty-cat before "Whipped" and you'll understand what this sexual comedy is all about.
The plot involves four male New Yorkers who attended college together and have remained tight over the intervening five or so years. They get together once a week or so for brunch at a diner and regale each other with (highly dubious, the film suggests) tales of their sexual conquests. One of the four is married and doesn't worry about outlet as much as going crazy living under the same roof with another human being.
Of the three bachelors, one is a tall, blond Wall Street yuppie who truly thinks he is God's gift to women. He and his co-workers love to get soused each Friday evening and start hitting on the girls in a bar. The middle character is a very "downtown," stylish, would-be writer who does most of his cruising passively while writing in his journal in a coffee house. He thinks that being an artiste entitles him to have no sexual ethics at all. The third fellow's sexual escapades are entirely fiction and inspired by the two dozen or so creams and lotions that sit on the shelf of his shower stall. The other guys are on to this onanist and his stories of imaginary women like "Nivea," but tolerate him anyway.
A confident, smart and funny woman (Amanda Peet) happens to run into the first character in the yuppie bar. Pretty soon they're an item. The second character notices her eyeing him up in the coffee house and pretty soon, they're going together. (Going steady, he thinks.) Our Heroine bumps into the third guy next to a magazine stand where he has just purchased a bundle of soft-core pornography.
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