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The To Do List [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] [2013]

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Release Date:11/19/2013
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Description

A high-school valedictorian makes a list of all of the sexual acts she wants to try before college, and seeks out the right partners to help expedite her sex education in this semiautobiographical comedy from writer/director Maggie Carey. The year is 1993. Brandy Klark (Aubrey Plaza) is the brainy teen who's always home studying while her friends are out partying. Now, as graduation looms, she starts to realize just how much fun she's been missing out on. Of course Brandy's grades are impressive, but how is a girl who's barely even kissed a guy supposed to handle the freedom of college life? In order to get a leg up, Brandy compiles a list of all of the erotic extracurricular activities she's missed out on and attempts to cross them off one by one. When the task proves more demanding than the previously chaste teen had anticipated, she rounds up a crew of her closest friends to help undertake some hilariously unconventional college prep. Johnny Simmons, Bill Hader, Alia Shawkat, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Rachel Bilson, and Andy Samberg co-star.~Jason Buchanan

Features

The re-do list: gag reel

Maggie Carey: directing her to do list

Dirty mouth: naughty word montage

Deleted & extended scenes

Commentary with Bill Hader and director Maggie Carey