Director: Tom Putnam
Stars: Paris Hilton, Joel David Moore, Christine Lakin, Johann Urb
Lame Love Song: "Meet Me in the Morning," David Hopkins
Love Conquers: An ugly best friend
The players in American pop culture should band together and resolve that they will no longer produce vanity projects for rich women famous for making sex tapes. That would, of course, only happen if we as a culture lost interest in celebrity sex tapes, which we never will. It looks like, then, we will continue to get exactly what we deserve: films like The Hottie and the Nottie.
It is hard to disparage The Hottie and the Nottie, but only because most possible negative things have already been written about it. Or perhaps more accurately, as IGN noted in its review, "there are no words to adequately express how clumsy, trite, and deeply offensive it is from start to finish."