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Whipped: Friday September 1, 2000

Written, directed, and produced by newcomer Peter M.
Cohen, Whipped is a provocative comedy in which the
highs and lows of the dating game are fully exposed. A group of buddies from college meet every Sunday at the local diner to discuss their favorite sport...scoring with women. Their conversations - always revealing, sometimes revolting and occasionally riotous- revolve around the weekend past and the girls they were able or unable to "scam." However, when all three single guys unknowingly go after the same "perfect woman, Mia (Amanda Peet), they begin to question their skirt-chasing ways. Squabbling breaks out amongst the group as they compete for her attention and suddenly, the fate of their ritual, and their friendship, becomes uncertain. Who will win the morning roundtable bragging rights? You'll be surprised.

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Ebert UsaToday Mr Showbiz TV Guide Average
Points   37.5 1 30  


Rating System:

0 - 40 points

Not Worth Seeing
40 - 65 points  Go See At Matinee
65- 85 points Worth Seeing
85-100 points Definitely worth seeing. "A must see!"

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Peter M. Cohen


Peter M. Cohen 


Comedy / Romance 


Amanda Peet as Mia
Brian Van Holt as Brad
Judah Domke as Eric
Jonathan Abrahams as Jonathan 
Zorie Barber as Zeke
Callie Thorne as Liz

Running Time

85 minutes


Rated R for strong sexual content


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 The People's Review of Whipped

"I went to this show for something to do without knowing what category it fell into. Romantic comedy? I don't think so...Male ""pigs""? Nope. This was about the human female in all her glory and if you didn't get it, it must have been a real hard movie to watch. "

dave noOdle
Score =  "100"
"This was a great movie, I guess alot of people can't relate. But, being 29 and having gone thru alot of the same situations... I love this move"

Score "10"
"This film was painful. How could a romantic comedy about the dating scene staring Amanda Peet fail so miserably? The writing was attrocious. Peter Cohen recycles the world's oldest cliches about male pigs, arrongantly thinking he's got his finger on the pulse of the contemporary male. The most heavy-handed writing you've ever sat through. No subtlety or wit or complexity of character whatsoever. I hope this director never works again. "

Score "NONE"
"Amanda Peet deserves better...what a waste!"

Score "NONE"
"The worst movie I have ever seen!! it was really that bad! Save Your Money!"

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