The early 80’s were a grand and glorious time to be a teen-sex comedy enthusiast. The films were filled with an abundance of low-brow humor, nudity and raunchy language. Movies such as Porky’s and Spring Break were just what the doctor ordered if you were a horny adolescent. The Asylum continues to contribute to this rich genre with yet another raucous comedy written by the talented Naomi Selfman, Barely Legal.
Selfman, who has written two previous comedies for The Asylum (18-Year Old Virgin and #1 Cheerleader Camp) as well as giant monster fare such as Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus and Mega Python vs Gatoroid, delivers the tasty tale of three nubile babes looking to lose their virginity on their 18th Birthday. There’s plenty of raunchy laughs as well as skin on display. Jeneta St. Clair, Lisa Younger and Melissa Johnson are all quite fetching and have a great sense of comedic timing for actresses as young as they are.
The Asylum’s Barely Legal, not to be confused with the National Lampoon film of the same name, is quite funny and undeniably sexy, far surpassing previous efforts such as Sex Pot. But it lacks one thing that more than likely you could care less about…believability. You mean to tell me that these three smoking hot 18-years are not only still virgins but are also having a difficult time losing their virginity? That’s about as believable as William Hung at a Rock Star Covention. Alright, alright…I’m willing to suspend my disbelief for the sake of the story. You should too. Check it out today and buy it here from The Asylum’s website. C’mon, quit being such a cheap bastard!