Most of the movie (written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg) is spent talking themselves into and out of sticky situations that all stem from one thing: trying to get alcohol for a party to impress their high school crushes, who are way, way out of their league.
Two situations may arise: 1.) She tells her hot friend to come along, in which you automatically MUST be invited, since you know the Wingman, and have already been introduced to the hotty.
2.) They go dance, leaving you and the hotty in for some solid face time.
They aren’t necessarily ranked by quality, but more so how closely the plot adheres to or revolves around the girl being way too hot for the guy.
If you have a Top 10 of your own to contribute, email me atactually end up with the hot girl, he tries like hell and it drives the entire movie.
This movie also made a brief hit out of its title song, a Beatles classic, again. Superbad (2007) Seth and Jules, Evan and Becca OK, back to hardcore nerds.
Since titling your flick after popular songs is still all the rage these days, can a movie called “Is She Really Going Out With Him? Overweight Seth (Jonah Hill) and his twitchy best friend Evan (Michael Cera) talk big shit, but they couldn’t get a girl if they tried.
• At the end of the night, after you have worked your magic, the Wingman, AND ONLY THE WINGMAN, offers the girls to comeback to his place for a little ‘after party’.
• Once everyone arrives, the Wingman “occupies” the ugly girl IN ANOTHER ROOM, leaving yourself and the sweet sweet little hotty alone so that you can bang her, bang her like a drum....
Even though the movie starts out following the “hot girl nerdy guy” template, it ends up being more than that as revelations about school-focused hot chick Diane (Ione Skye) come out when she’s least expecting it, and no-future Lloyd turns out to be there for her.