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Thundercougarfalconbird - 2007-08-22

My sister owns this movie; she re-labeled it "Virgin Vaginas".

Pandatronic - 2007-08-22

Peter Pan, noooooooo

C. Eloi Marx - 2007-08-22

His biggest porn problem seems to be his difficulty in finding pictures with nudity in them.

Caminante Nocturno - 2007-08-22

This is the story of a slight impulse-control problem made infinitely more terrible by the worst parents in the world.

Princess v2.1 - 2007-08-22

You simply must watch the whole thing. A ludicrous downward spiral consisting of internet porn, energy drinks, camwhores and Jesus. Unbelievable

snppls - 2007-08-24

"Sounds cool Timmy"

Old_Zircon - 2007-08-28

I'd love to see a making-of feature about this.

Quad9Damage - 2007-10-17

I'd settle for a DVD with a making of featurette, 2 commentary tracks and a Kelly Lynch filmography retrospective.

Aubrey McFate - 2007-08-29

It's like sexual Reefer Madness. Also, no one even looks into his energy drink addiction.

Monchiles Monchiles - 2007-11-22

Did you see how fast he minimized that window? This kid is a porn prodigy.

revdrew - 2007-12-24

And just to think, all of this could've been avoided if his girlfriend put out. Or if he actually masturbated while looking at all of this Virgin Vaginas.

Bort - 2011-05-20

"Cyber Seduction" in three easy steps:

1: Lifetime execs get an idea: "Let's do a movie about how filthy Internet porn is", without actually knowing anything about Internet porn.

2: Writers who know the Internet take the "filthy" directive seriously. In the script the writers submit, the boy is hooking up with Tub Girl at a place called "Shits and Giggles", and the parents flip out (understandably enough).

3: Lifetime execs are horrified by the script, and scale back all the "filthy" parts to 1968 Sears Catalog levels, but not the parents' reactions.

Incidentally, this could easily be an episode of "30 Rock" (with the CEO of Kabletown asking Tracy and Frank to write the script).

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