100 Women


100 Women Review

Ostensibly a sequel to the mildly funny 100 Girls, this raunchy comedy follows essentially the same story (only taking place a few years later and with a completely different cast).

The story starts out with our mildly pathetic hero Sam (Chad Donella), who after a string of bad romances, finds his soulmate in the slap-happy Hope (Erinn Bartlett). But he loses her number, and when he finds her again she's inexplicably sad. So Sam goes on a quest to find out why, along the way falling in love with another girl, Annie (Jennifer Morrison, the chick from Urban Legends).

Of course, this all gives Sam ample opportunity to get into all kinds of adult-oriented trouble with his porn-happy pal Holden (Steve Monroe). The sex jokes come at us rapid-fire, and there's nothing wrong with that, but there is literally no sense of sophistication to be found in the film. Oh well. Morrison and Bartlett are affable and pleasant, easy to watch but ultimately hard to choose between. Most romantic comedies set up the first girl as obviously inappropriate, but Sam would be lucky -- blessed, even -- to have either of these gals.

Ultimately this is a good enough film for the horn-dog in you. Like American Pie, only with a lot more pie.

Aka Girl Fever.

100 Women

Facts and Figures

Run time: 19 mins

Production compaines: Dream Entertainment


Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Cast & Crew


Starring: as Sam, as Annie, as Hope, as Holden, as Tanya, as Gretchen, A. J. Buckley as Jesse, as Mr. Willens, Dublin James as Jason