When a vivacious ex-porn star moves in next door, a young high school boy learns everything he ever wanted to know about life and then some. The unrated director's cut of The Girl Next Door delivers about half a minute of extra nudity and sexual footage. Without adding anything to the running time of the R-rated theatrical cut, the unrated edition substitutes steamier footage into the film Eli watches while talking to Matt, and removes some digitized bikinis in part of the strip-club scene. The new cut also has a more threatening scene between Matt and Kelly. Don't expect to see more of star Elisha Cuthbert, though; she didn't do any nude scenes, as she explains in one of the five scenes she provides commentary for.
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Despite the nudity and sexual hi-jinx, Girl Next Door is a creative delight with surprising insigh This is not entirely your average greasy teen movie, and frequently manages to be quite funny, and The writing team of "National Lampoon's Van Wilder" crafted it as a satire about conflicting level The few saving graces are the gorgeous Elisha Cuthbert and the fun bad guy turn by Timothy Olyphan If it had been a porn film, at least it would've been made by people with some insight into the ad It is a movie full of contradictions that plays like a bad The Sure Thing melded uncomfortably tog My Movies. The Girl Next Door Unrated.
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When you're in a theater and he asks right now for a blow job, everyone going, "Oh, god, no, no, no. The first moments of director Luke Greenfield's commentary for the DVD of The Girl Next Door are wholly intriguing: "I've been excited to do this commentary for a long time now, and it kind of sucks a second time here in spots because I legally wasn't allowed to say certain things. But no, he's bound by those legalities, and you never know what he said or why he couldn't say it. The film begins by introducing just how hard it is to be in high school -- a good and difficult thing for adults to remember. Feeling "Under Pressure," as Bowie's song reminds you, protagonist Matthew Emile Hirsch is feeling that his high school career has been wasted, nothing but hard work and making deadlines. Writing is always autobiographical, and yes there's a lot of me and my high school, Staples High School, in Westport, Connecticut
The Girl Next Door. The Girl Next Door Unrated. Nine more naughty minutes means Story 0. Acting 0. Visuals 0.