Superbad

Superbad
Superbad

Year

2007

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Coming of Age

Language

English

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Synopsis

Having been social outcasts all their way through high school, Seth, Evan and their even nerdier mate, Fogell, are shocked to be invited to the big end of the year blowout by the most popular girl around. There is, of course, a big catch, but the boys are ready to make the most of their chance. Hilarious comedy than mixes plenty of gross-out moments with a surprisingly sweet side.

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15 Classification

Contains frequent strong sex references and language

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