Though cliched and slight, director/co-writer Robert DeFranco's coming-of-age film doesn't stoop to vulgarity or misogyny. Newly minted college graduates and life-long pals Phil (Peter Facinelli) and Dennis Nolan (Dash Mihok) are so ashamed of being pepperoni pie-makers that they hide behind the counter every time former classmates enter the pizza parlor. Along with their equally unfocused cronies, John (Gary Wolf), Howard (Andy Berman) and Steve (Robert DeFranco), the doughboys lust after coeds and fritter away their time getting drunk. One day, as Phil and Dennis are hiding from a covey of neighborhood girls, a customer makes off with their boss's receipts. Unlike ...