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The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies

The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies

Matt never saw her coming... but all his friends had!110 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – 18-year-old Matthew Kidman is a straight ‘A’ over-achiever who feels that he has never really lived life to the full. That is, until he meets ‘the girl next door’. Danielle moves in next door, and Matthew thinks he’s found the girl of his dreams. All is going well, until Matthew’s sex-mad friend Eli reveals that Danielle is actually a ex-porn star. Matthew doesn’t know how to take the news or how to treat Danielle, and things go from bad to worse when Danielle’s former producer Kelly appears to take her back.
Plot: Exceptionally ambitious high schooler Matthew has aspirations for a career in politics when he falls in love with his gorgeous 19-year-old neighbor, Danielle. But Matthew’s bright future is jeopardized when he finds Danielle was once a porn star. As Danielle’s past catches up with her, Matthew’s love for her forces him to re-evaluate his goals.
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The sweetest R-rated (or 15 certificate) movie in recent memory.
Responsibility for “The Girl Next Door”‘s poor performance at the US box office – as well as over here – can be laid firmly at the feet of Twentieth Century Fox’s marketing people; the tagline “Matt never saw her coming – but all his friends had!” made it seem like a full-on sex comedy, when it’s actually a lot more than that; director Luke Greenfield and writers Stuart Blumberg, David T. Wagner and Brent Goldberg put more emphasis on the characters than the raunch, which makes all the difference. There’s more to the movie than the sight of Elisha Cuthbert in a thong (in interviews she revealed that it is indeed her there… if not elsewhere in the movie).

The debt this movie owes to “Risky Business” – starting with the score by ex-Tangerine Dream member Paul Haslinger (Tangerine Dream scored “Risky Business”) – is pretty clear; both movies have bright but slightly life-challenged graduate students given to fantasising about things that go wrong as their main characters (step forward Emile Hirsch as the sympathetic hero), both have sex-obsessed best friends, both have women in the sex business as the main female characters who come into the hero’s uptight life and help to liberate him, and both have sleazy male bosses (Timothy Olyphant plays the Guido equivalent). The movie also has the same mostly restrained view of its story where other movies would have played up the farce aspects – the only real hi-jinks come when the movie’s plot takes in the Adult Film Convention in Las Vegas – but “The Girl Next Door” is a lot more engaging and has a lot more heart than “Risky Business” (good though that movie is, charm is not its strong point), with the title character seen as more of a person than a masturbatory object both by our hero and by the movie. When she goes with a motel with him and starts to play up The Porn Star, you really hope they don’t go through with it.

The mood set up in the early stages is so convincing that when Olyphant’s porn producer character turns up the movie seems to turn into another one entirely (and if you go to see this because of Elisha’s “one for the men” status, I must warn you that she spends alarming amounts of time off-screen); it’s still a good one, but it damages the overall movie’s tone, and for most of the rest of the movie it veers back and forth between sweet and sleazy… but the amazing thing is that “The Girl Next Door” actually manages to find a happy balance of the two by the time the prom climax arrives (with more echoes of “Risky Business” en route, for sure).

True, there’s no actual sex seen and little nudity, but the cast works so well and the movie’s so sincere that by the end it doesn’t seem like a ripoff. With good use of songs blending with the score, well-done fantasy sequences, and a welcome dose of intelligence in its writing, “The Girl Next Door” is probably the most adorable movie to get an R rating since “Pretty Woman,” and well worth seeing even if you don’t have a thing for Kim off “24.” But this isn’t for the “Daily Sport” crowd. Which is their loss.

“The juice was worth the squeeze.”

Review By: Victor Field Rating: Date: 2004-04-23
Pornography – still the saviour of high school kids
Being a big horror fan, I spend a lot of my time watching what you might call ‘wayward cinema’ but, believe it or not, even the very worst of those films pale in comparison to this little teen flick when it comes to misplaced morality. Here, we have a film that not only shows high school kids in the middle of the porn industry, popping ecstasy pills, stealing things and just generally sticking two fingers up where the law is concerned; but it shows them doing this in a positive light, with a great big smile on it’s face! However, I’m not one to complain about such things and, again; believe it or not – this is actually a damn good film! The skewed morality can be off-putting, but it’s fairly obvious that this film is meant to be more of a spoof than a serious coming of age tale; so it’s better to simply go with it rather than worry too much. The film is in the vein of American Pie, and it follows a young man who is lucky enough to have a porn star move in next door to him. After being caught spying on her undressing, she takes him for a ride and, as you might expect, the two hit it off instantly. However, being a porn star has it’s drawbacks, and hers comes in the form of a nasty manager by the name of Kelly.

The plot of The Girl Next Door is entirely predictable, but there’s always enough side stories and gags to ensure that the action always remains interesting. The film is never side-splittingly hilarious, but some of the sight gags are genuinely funny. Jokes involving a lap dance, and another that sees two high school kids pretending to be porn directors are the best among them. The soundtrack features a lot of good songs, but it can be annoying when they’re being played over nearly every scene. One thing that worried me before seeing this film was Elisha Cuthbert. Like most people, I’ve been used to seeing her in the best American TV show of all time, 24, and didn’t think that she’d be able to pull off the role of pornstar. She’s a good-looking actress; but I wouldn’t consider her to be ‘sexy’. However, surprisingly enough she does really well in the role. Her co-star, Emile Hirsch, looks about ten; but he does a good job of getting the audience on his side, so even though it’s impossible to believe that a sexy pornstar would go for him; he doesn’t ruin the movie. On the whole, while this isn’t anything like a great movie; it’s a more than solid entry in the teen comedy sub-genre, and if you want a movie that will entertain for a couple of hours with caring about political correctness – this one should do it.

Review By: The_Void Rating: 6 Date: 2005-09-22

Other Information:

Original Title The Girl Next Door
Release Date 2004-04-09
Release Year 2004

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 49 min (109 min)
Budget 21000000
Revenue 31635150
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Luke Greenfield
Writer David Wagner, Brent Goldberg, Stuart Blumberg
Actors Emile Hirsch, Nicholas Downs, Elisha Cuthbert
Country United States
Awards 2 wins & 4 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Clairmont Camera
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
The Girl Next Door 2004 123movies
Original title The Girl Next Door
TMDb Rating 6.7 2,564 votes

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