National Lampoon's Adam & Eve

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National Lampoon's Adam & Eve
National Lampoon's Adam & Eve Poster.png
Promotional poster for National Lampoon's Adam & Eve
Directed by Jeff Kanew
Produced by Martin E. Caan
Charley Cabrera
Jeff Kanew
Written by Justin Kanew
Starring Cameron Douglas
Emmanuelle Chriqui
George Dzundza
Cinematography John Darbonne
Edited by Jeff Kanew
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Release date(s)
  • November 4, 2005 (2005-11-04)
Running time 91 minutes
Country United States
Language English

National Lampoon's Adam & Eve is a 2005 comedy motion picture, released as part of the ongoing series of National Lampoon films. The film is directed by Jeff Kanew and stars Cameron Douglas, Emmanuelle Chriqui, George Dzundza and others. The film is also known as simply Adam and Eve.

Plot[edit]

Adam is a college senior, and an aspiring singer/songwriter. He meets Eve - a beautiful, bright, talented (as a sports still photographer) college girl. They begin dating; and he quickly learns that, hard as it is to believe of such a hot girl in today's campus world, Eve is still a virgin.

For her it is not about religion, or waiting for wedlock, but about waiting until it feels "right." This begins a relationship that is at once sexy, romantic, sometimes painful, and often hilarious, as Adam, Eve and all their friends wait for Eve to be ready.

Cast[edit]

Adam - Cameron Douglas
Eve - Emmanuelle Chriqui
Freddie - Chad Lindberg
Ferguson - Jake Hoffman
Munch - Brian Klugman
Billy - Branden Williams
Patty - Courtney Peldon
Sarah - China Jesusita Shavers
Katie Wilson - Lisa Wilhoit
Eve's Mom - Terri Garber
Adam's Dad - Allan Havey
Eve's dad - George Dzundza
Cindy - Brianna Lynn Brown
Miles - Joshua Wade
Miles' Boss - Gary 'Tex' Brockette
Coffee Shop Employee - James DeBello (uncredited)

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