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Sex Drive

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sean Anders
Produced by Bob Levy
Leslie Morgenstein
John Morris
Michael Nelson
Written by Screenplay
Sean Anders
John Morris
Andy Behrens
Starring Josh Zuckerman
Clark Duke
Amanda Crew
James Marsden
Seth Green
Music by Stephen Trask
Cinematography Tim Orr
Editing by George Folsey Jr.
Distributed by Summit Entertainment
Release date(s) October 17, 2008
Running time Theatrical cut
109 minutes
Unrated cut
129 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $19 million[1]
Gross revenue $17,004,475 (worldwide)[1]

Sex Drive is a 2008 United States comedy film about a high school graduate who goes on a cross-country road trip to hook up with a girl he met online. It is based on the novel All the Way, by Andy Behrens.[2] The film was directed by Sean Anders, and stars Josh Zuckerman, Clark Duke, and Amanda Crew. James Marsden and Seth Green appear in supporting roles. It was released in North America on October 17, 2008 and in the United Kingdom on January 9, 2009.



Ian Lafferty (Josh Zuckerman) is a shy 18-year-old high school graduate as well as a virgin, and jealous of the success his best friend Lance (Clark Duke) enjoys with women. He is secretly in love with his other childhood friend Felicia (Amanda Crew), who believes their relationship to be platonic. He chats online with "Ms. Tasty" (Katrina Bowden) to practice appearing confident to women, and eventually agrees to meet her in person in Knoxville, Tennessee. Since he lives in Brookfield, Illinois, he steals the extra key to a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge belonging to his homophobic older brother Rex (James Marsden), and heads out with Lance. When Felicia accompanies them as well, Ian claims that he intends to visit his sick grandmother.

Along the way they endure mishaps, hostile encounters with hitchhikers and state troopers, as well as friendly and even erotic encounters with a group of young Amish engaging in transgressive behavior (according to a popular but distorted notion of the concept of rumspringa). Ian's brother pursues them, and the encounter with Ms. Tasty (and her boyfriend) proves to be a scheme to steal classic muscle cars for a chop shop. Lance ultimately finds happiness with the Amish, Ian finally admits his feelings for and loses his virginity to Felicia, and in a turn of events the highly homophobic Rex admits that he is in fact gay.





The film received mixed reviews from critics. On the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, based on 105 reviews, 46% of the critics had given the film a positive review.[3]

Home release

The film was released on 2-disc DVD and Blu-ray February 24, 2009, both featuring the rated (111 min.) and unrated (130 min.) cuts of the film.


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