--Sam Graham This is one of those high-school graduation, coming-of-age films that’s supposed to be funny.

The main character is Brandy Klark (played by Aubrey Plaza) a girl who takes everything seriously.

Heck, even Brandy's parents are treated with some dignity.

Quickly realizing that she's way out of her league, Brandy solicits her best friends, older sister (Rachel Bilson) and burnt-out boss (Bill Hader) for their help and advice.

As Brandy crams for her sexual finals, a supporting cast of horny misfits— an orally-challenged classmate (Donald Glover), a grunge-singing doofus (Andy Samberg) —eagerly offer their assistance and shocking mayhem ensues…

From Derrick Comedy, the Internet sensation whose short films have been viewed over 100 million times, comes this strangely hilarious, completely unique film.

The Internet sketch comedy troupe Derrick Comedy makes an impressive feature debut with this clever and frequently laugh-out-loud entertainment about a trio of former boy detectives who struggle to maintain their childhood fame while trying to solve a very grownup mystery.

Anyhow suddenly Brandy becomes convinced she has to learn all about sex because after all, college is really where boys and girls start seriously dating, and she’d better know what she’s doing in advance.

So in her methodical way she compiles a list and starts trying to check the items off, over the course of the summer after graduation.All through high school that meant studying hard to get into college while her girlfriends were more interested in dating and learning to handle social life.Brandy’s parents are also so straight that one would guess perhaps they are Mormon, or from some equally conservative background (though the mother turns out to have been somewhat more adventurous in her youth than dad realized).If you think she's hilarious no matter what she does, you'll like it. I cracked a smile a few times but there was no real comedy here. Really wished I could say something better, we did finish it to the end, but I kept checking to see how much time was left because it was just getting painful. Everyone was funny and brought life to their parts; the script wasn't super strong but production value and decent editing which gave it a quick pace elevated it to an enjoyable film. Poehler, of course, enlisted Plaza, Ansari and fellow UCB vet Ben Schwartz for her seven-season NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation.” UCB has grown with the careers of the performers it inspired, opening another theater in New York and two in Los Angeles.