Zerophilia (2005)

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In this provocative teen comedy, Luke, a young man insecure about his masculinity discovers he's a Zerophiliac, with the ability to change sex at will. Join Luke as he journeys into the ... See full summary »




  • Marieh Delfino in Zerophilia (2005)
  • Marieh Delfino in Zerophilia (2005)
  • Taylor Handley in Zerophilia (2005)
  • Kelly LeBrock, Gina Bellman, Alison Folland, Graham Futerfas, Taylor Handley, Kevin McDaniels, Matt Radecki, Kyle Schmid, Adam Zolotin, Marieh Delfino, and Rebecca Mozo in Zerophilia (2005)
  • Gina Bellman in Zerophilia (2005)
  • Kyle Schmid and Marieh Delfino in Zerophilia (2005)

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2 March 2008 | sendtomy
| An awful movie!
This movie is bad. Not annoying bad because I watched it till the end.Just bad.

The main idea is curious - enough for a short story - but nothing more. On top of that, the plot lacks consistency - how is it that you get so many zero-lovers (?) in the same district of some far-away American village. But perhaps it is not supposed to be consistent.

The acting is OK, although it is very amateurish at times. It is a bit weird how Hollywood or its offspring produces the clones of famous actors. Is it to make a low budget movie more attractive?

And it's not funny. Didn't quite understand why it gets the credit for being a comedy here and even a good one! So if you are out to get a comedy that actually makes you laugh, go look for something else.

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