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Miss March

Miss March theatrical release poster
Directed by Trevor Moore
Zach Cregger
Produced by Tom Jacobson
Written by Trevor Moore
Zach Cregger
Starring Trevor Moore
Zach Cregger
and
Craig Robinson
Cinematography Anthony B. Richmond
Distributed by Fox Searchlight
Release date(s) March 13, 2009
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Gross revenue $4,543,320[1]

Miss March is a 2009 sex comedy directed by and starring Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger, stars of the IFC show The Whitest Kids U' Know. The film was released in the United States on March 13, 2009.

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Plot

The movie centers around a road trip to the Playboy Mansion. Eugene Bell (Zach Cregger) wakes from a four year coma to find that his high school sweetheart has gone on to become a Playboy Playmate. He and his best-friend Tucker Cleigh (Trevor Moore) embark on a series of escapades that lead them to the mansion, befriending a famous rapper (Craig Robinson) and the girl of Eugene's dreams.

Cast of characters

  • Zach Cregger as Eugene Bell
  • Trevor Moore as Tucker Cleigh
  • Raquel Alessi as Cindi Whitehall
  • Molly Stanton as Candace
  • Craig Robinson as Horsedick Dot MPEG
  • Hugh Hefner as himself
  • Carla Jimenez as Nurse Juanita
  • Cedric Yarbrough as Doctor
  • Zach Cregger as Eugene Bell
  • Geoff Meed as Rick
  • Slade Pearce as Young Eugene (as Slade Austin Pearce)
  • Eve Mauro as Vonka
  • Alexis Raben as Katja
  • Windell Middlebrooks as Bouncer #1(as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
  • Lindsay Schoneweis as Sheila
  • David Wells as Principal
  • Tanjareen Martin as Crystal
  • Britten Kelley as Chevonne
  • Barry Sigismondi as Mr. Whitehall
  • Alex Donnelley as Mrs. Whitehall
  • Josh Fadem as Flava Flav Kid
  • Paul Rogan as Mr. Biederman
  • Kate Luyben as Mrs. Biederman
  • Seth Morris as Boss
  • Michael Busch as Employee
  • Ryan Kitley as Waiter
  • Anthony Jeselnik as Director
  • Niki J. Crawford as Janine
  • Deanie Ballard as Posse Member #1
  • 40 Glocc as Posse Member #2
  • Bonita Friedericy as Diner Waitress
  • Carrie Keagan as NGTV Reporter
  • Shark Firestone as NGTV Reporter
  • Ashley Madison as Beautiful Girl #1
  • Annie IIonzeh as Beautiful Girl #2
  • Melissa Ordway as Gorgeous Girl
  • Jessica Vilchis as Sexy Girl #1
  • Lyndsay Haldorson as Sexy Girl #2
  • Sara Jean Underwood as Herself
  • Betsy Rue as Strawberrius
  • Madison Riley as Socialite
  • Da'Vone McDonald as Guard #1
  • 'Doc' Newman as Guard #2(as Doc)
  • Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson as Himself
  • Brittany Buckner as Lorraine
  • Garrett Warren as Fireman #2
  • Chris Durand as Fireman #3
  • Chris Gann as Fireman #4
  • Gary J. Wayton as Fireman #5(as Gary Wayton
  • Mike Massa as Fireman #5
  • Brett A. Jones as Fireman #7
  • Robert Garrigus as Fireman #8(as Bob Garrigus)
  • Landon Ashworth as Fireman
  • Corina Boettger as Gertrude
  • Jennipher Foster as Lindsay
  • Americus Abesamis as Mansion Bouncer
  • Melissa Baxter as Party Girl
  • Tim Carr as Party Goer
  • Annabelle Bourlet as Mansion Babe
  • Christie Burson as Mansion Girl
  • Tiffany Collie as Music Video Model
  • Dustin Dennard as Fireman
  • Sky Elobar as Mailman
  • Kira Gurnee as Party Guest
  • Holly Hindman as Playboy Bunny
  • Juliette Jackson as Bunny
  • Jw as Orderly #1
  • Christina Lindley as Playboy model
  • Joey Luthman as School boy in auditorium
  • Kier Mellour as Bikini Babe
  • Dalton O'Dell as Eugene's nephew
  • Christine Price as Video model
  • Jessica Lauren Richmond as NGtv celebrity
  • Andrew Sibner as Hyperventilating Audience Member
  • Francesca Zappitelli as Music Video Girl

Reception

Miss March was poorly received by nearly all critics. Rotten Tomatoes reported that only 4% of reviewers gave the film positive reviews, based upon a sample of 51 reviews, which gave an average score of 2.5 out of 10.[2] At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the film received an average score of 7 ('overwhelming dislike' is their assignation for this score), based upon 15 reviews as of March 17, 2009.[3]

James Berardinelli, an online film critic, wrote about the film, saying, "This is bad. Not bad in a way that it might be fun to see when inebriated. Bad in a way from which only death provides immunity. Forget waterboarding - just show Guantanamo detainees Miss March and they'll say anything."[4] Tom O'Neil, a critic for the Los Angeles Times, questioned as to whether the film could be the worst of 2009.[5] CNN critic Tom Charity declared the film the worst of 2009.[6]. For his performance in the film, Hugh Hefner was nominated for a Razzie for "worst supporting actor".

Box office

On Miss March's opening weekend, the film grossed $2.4 million, which put the film in 10th place of all movies that weekend.[7] The film grossed $4.54 million at the box office in the United States and Canada.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "Miss March (2009)". Box Office Mojo. April 30, 2009. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=missmarch.htm. Retrieved April 30, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Miss March (2009)". Rotten Tomatoes. http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/10010760-miss_march/. Retrieved March 22, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Miss March (2009): Reviews". Metacritic. http://www.metacritic.com/film/titles/missmarch?q=Miss%20March. Retrieved March 17, 2009. 
  4. ^ Berardinelli, James (March 13, 2009). "Miss March". Reelviews. http://www.reelviews.net/php_review_template.php?identifier=1515. Retrieved March 14, 2009. 
  5. ^ O'Neil, Tom (March 13, 2009). "Could 'Miss March' be year's worst movie?". Los Angeles Times (The Envelope). http://goldderby.latimes.com/awards_goldderby/2009/03/miss-march-razz.html. Retrieved March 14, 2009. 
  6. ^ Charity, Tom (January 1, 2010). "The best and worst films of 2009". CNN (CNN). http://www.cnn.com/2010/SHOWBIZ/Movies/01/01/best.worst.movies.2009/index.html. Retrieved January 1, 2010. 
  7. ^ "'Witch Mountain' casts box office spell". Associated Press. March 16, 2009. http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iJqkGt4RH5L28yHAx2vEH-C-qCkg. Retrieved March 17, 2009. 

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