Brush up on hot girls and easy money in this raunchy adventure that will have you falling out of your chair with laughter! Andrew Wood (David Lengel, TV's House M.D., Everybody Hates Chris) is a horny college student ... and he's afraid his receding hairline will cut back on his sex life. To help his buddy get a hair transplant, Andrew's roommate Max (Jonathan Cherry, House of the Dead, Final Destination 2) starts a sexy, bare-all Internet website featuring the most attractive girls in school. The website is wildly successful, but when the girls' parents discover what their daughters are up to, it's war between the generations. Featuring famed wrestler Dallas Page and Bikini Destinations host Lisa Gleave, BALD shines with outrageous comedy action!
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A total waste of 99 cents. Not watchable. The funniest thing is supposed to be this guy can belch really loud, and for a long time. It get's him in trouble. Oh, and he's losing his hair, so people are repulsed by him. (It is so obvious that someone just ran an electric razor into his hairline... any low-budget, cable sitcom would have better makeup effects. Think Saved By The Bell level of special effects, and then imagine it worse). Then he shaves it all off and he's cool. Oh... and he belches some more. There is not one funny thing on screen in this movie. Not one joke will even make you smile... not even a little.
High school kids that you've never met, and have no particular talent for comedy, no writing skills, and no acting skills, would make a funnier movie if you gave them a camera. But the sad thing is these people are actually trying to make a real movie.
The story follows a college kid who suffers premature balding, so to raise some money he and his buddies use all of the hot chicks they can find to perform certain acts on the Internet. All while this plundering of sight gags and bad jokes occur, we get to hear the thoughts of our cast. I enjoy the thought thing with Ally or Scrubs, but this was irritating. If you are watching this for the prolific viewage of a certain area of female anatomy, watch the first ten minutes as they mostly disappear after that.
The cover art contains all of the gals not in the film, and the main guy is David Schwimmer's twin so I have had customers asking about the film thinking it is actually a young him (it is not). The short supplement is quasi-funny as the cast/crew try to describe this film yet make it sound interesting. The funniest part would be the end credits as they include the bloopers - better and more natural than the movie. The sound and picture are fine, and admittedly I cannot think of another lowbrow comedy where we get the POV shot of a lady squating onto a guys face - unique.
Skipper all the way.