It's clearly meant to be seen as "irreverent" -- it's right there in the press notes -- but it's hard to figure out what's really irreverent about Miss March
. Certainly, it's gross, and maybe even a bit shocking, but these filmmakers are smart enough to realize that raising the bar on crassness in teen sex comedies is a zero sum game. And it's hardly subversive to mock a fat, heavily-accented Latina orderly, or a crude African-American rapper, or even people with epilepsy. Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore, who wrote, directed, and star in the film, have some talent in all three areas, and the film does generate some laughs. They're good at stretching out a set-up...