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  • Actors: Tania Raymonde, Jesse Moss, Rumer Willis, Kristin Cavallari, Ryan Merriman
  • Directors: Dana Lustig
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: June 28, 2011
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004QDW2DU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #331,677 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Wild Cherry [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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Three hot high school seniors are shocked to discover their names in a legendary book that pairs the school’s virgins with football players. Outraged, the girls are determined to show the guys who’s really running the game of love and launch a series of hilarious, humiliating pranks to get back at the baffled boys in a hysterical battle of the sexes. Rumer Willis (90210), Tania Raymonde (Lost) and Kristin Cavallari (The Hills) star with Rob Schneider (Saturday Night Live) as an overprotective father reluctant to let his daughter grow up.

Customer Reviews

This is low budget at its worst.
Mark Turner
While most teen sex comedies focus on the boys trying to have sex this one centers around the story of girls trying not to let the boys have sex.
Amazon Customer
I must admit I did not watch this movie straight to the finish because it was just too boring for me to get to the end.
BRIANNA

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Format: Blu-ray
For good or bad, the teenage sex romp comedy is as ingrained in our movie culture as any other genre. There are great ones, disastrous ones, and fairly inconsequential ones as well--just like any other type of movie. From "Porky's" to the "American Pie" saga, there is just no denying that we are ready, willing, and able to laugh at a nation of sex obsessed young adults. In truth, "Wild Cherry" didn't appear very promising from its cover and its cast. And while it certainly isn't laugh out loud uproarious, it is actually better than you might anticipate (given the relative restrictions of the genre). It is told from the female vantage point, which sets it apart in an interesting way. Ostensibly a revenge comedy, it wants to be a romance as well. It aspires to be raunchy AND strives to maintain its sweetness. I think that this dichotomy of tones is what limits the more outrageous moments, but it also allows for better developed characters--some of who you might actually care about.

The movie benefits tremendously with a likable leading actress Tania Raymonde (miles away from her LOST character). Silly when appropriate and surprisingly grounded with necessary, Raymonde might be one to watch. She fares considerably better than her best pals Rumer Willis and Kristin Cavallari. These virginal gals discover that a long held school myth about a notorious book is more than just a story. Every year, to maintain their winning streak, the football team must woo and bed all the pure maidens and check the conquests off in the book. Of course, our three leads are the last hold-outs and when they discover that the book is real--they plot some revenge scenarios. It's all pretty silly, especially as Raymonde is in a long term relationship with someone on the team.
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"Let's teach these guys a lesson, it's pay back time." After a group of girls discover a book that the school football team has that lists the schools virgin girls and the player that is supposed to "check them off" they decide its up to them to stop the tradition. The girls decide not to have sex at all until the season if over, while the boys try everything they can to complete the task. This movie is nothing new at all. The typical high school movie where everyone wants to lose thier virginity, complete with the over protective father (Schneider). If you have kids in high school I would be very leery about watching this one. It seems that everyone (even the virgins) are obsessed with sex and find it very difficult to hold out for the entire 3 months of the football season. The thing that always gets me is that they always seem to cast people that are in their early 20's to play the high school students, and the over the top parties and dances are so unrealistic that some kids are dissapointed when they get to an actual high school. That part aside this type of movie has been done a million times, most funnier then this one so don't expect anything really new. Overall, I have seen worse movies from this genre. A few laughs, but pretty much the same jokes that have been in every movie like this (yes, the kid experimenting with food and the surprise in your drink scenes are in this one too). I give it a C.

Would I watch again? - Not this one, but I'm sure that 100 more just like this one will be made.

*Also try - American Pie & The Virginity Hit
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For good or bad, the teenage sex romp comedy is as ingrained in our movie culture as any other genre. There are great ones, disastrous ones, and fairly inconsequential ones as well--just like any other type of movie. From "Porky's" to the "American Pie" saga, there is just no denying that we are ready, willing, and able to laugh at a nation of sex obsessed young adults. In truth, "Wild Cherry" didn't appear very promising from its cover and its cast. And while it certainly isn't laugh out loud uproarious, it is actually better than you might anticipate (given the relative restrictions of the genre). It is told from the female vantage point, which sets it apart in an interesting way. Ostensibly a revenge comedy, it wants to be a romance as well. It aspires to be raunchy AND strives to maintain its sweetness. I think that this dichotomy of tones is what limits the more outrageous moments, but it also allows for better developed characters--some of who you might actually care about.

The movie benefits tremendously with a likable leading actress Tania Raymonde (miles away from her LOST character). Silly when appropriate and surprisingly grounded with necessary, Raymonde might be one to watch. She fares considerably better than her best pals Rumer Willis and Kristin Cavallari. These virginal gals discover that a long held school myth about a notorious book is more than just a story. Every year, to maintain their winning streak, the football team must woo and bed all the pure maidens and check the conquests off in the book. Of course, our three leads are the last hold-outs and when they discover that the book is real--they plot some revenge scenarios. It's all pretty silly, especially as Raymonde is in a long term relationship with someone on the team.
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