"Mädchen Mädchen!" is an almost 15-year-old movie and the first theatrical movie directed by Dennis Gansel, although it is actually not even good enough for television. I read that this is the only film for which he did not work on the screenplay, so I'll hold it in his favor. For, basically this film is stupid and unfunny sex jokes for almost 90 minutes. What is especially embarrassing is that it took no less than four writers to come up with this mess. And they even made a sequel a couple years later (without Gansel though). Still, this film features some of Germany's most famous actors right now and pretty much all of them were still fairly unknown back then: Amft, Herfurth, Woll, Baum, Lukas, Bazman, M'Barek and last but not least Max Riemelt, who became a regular in Gansel's films.
There is really nothing in this film except talk about orgasms for 90 minutes and here and there, they also experience one. The bicycle scene is a bit famous, but all it is really memorable for in my opinion is how cringeworthy embarrassing it is. It certainly helps that Diana Amft does not have the slightest ounce of acting talent in my opinion and only has a career because of her looks, which I don't find too great either though. She was much older here already than the character she plays. Woll was slightly older too and only Herfurth's age was accurate. She was still under 18 when this was made and I guess that's also why she does not have any real sex scenes. And now that I talked about the girls, I would love to say that the boys are written and portrayed better, but nope, they are just as bad. Really everybody involved with this film still had a long way to go in terms of their talent. It's hard to believe that Gansel came up with a pretty good movie like "Die Welle" a couple years later. The humor in "Mädchen Mädchen!" is about orgasms, vomiting, condoms, clitoral espresso, sadomasochism, cybersex etc. Nothing unfunny is left out really. Unfunny try-hard comedy from start to finish and one of the negative highlights was certainly when there was a truly terrible dialog in the first half of the movie between a boy and a girl about wearing socks. And it is predictable as hell too. Strangely enough, near the end Riemelt's character suddenly only wants to be friends with Amft's in order to not risk their friendship. And all this after he told his friend earlier that he wants to lose his virginity to Amft's character. The stuff out of which disastrous films are made. Nothing surprising and nothing worth watching here in general. An infantile mess of a movie with terrible music too. The only good thing about it really is that we don't have to bear with it for more than 85 minutes.