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According to the theatrical poster and title card shown in the commercial, this film should be moved to Sexdrive (film), shouldn't it? —Mizu onna sango15Hello! 22:29, 28 September 2008 (UTC)
Good point, Lu. That's something I wondered about at the pre-screening. But the production company's website is still mixed on how to write the title. Some copy has it separated, other copy like the poster and pre-screening pass, has it joined. I think it's separated but I can't get a definite. If I had been alert I could have asked someone from the studio or press kit handlers. A lot of people belly laughed in the pre-screening. It reminded me of the earliest form of ancient Greek comedy based on off-colour jokes and physical comedy. Bests. --- (Bob) Wikiklrsc (talk) 01:48, 10 October 2008 (UTC)
Everyone has it with a space between the words. I think there might be a nano-space implied in the poster. ;) Best wishes. --- (Bob) Wikiklrsc (talk) 02:14, 10 October 2008 (UTC)
The Hollywood Reporter refers to it as two separate words in their copy, Lu. "In the pipeline: Four releases are scheduled this year: "Fly Me to the Moon," a 3-D animated adventure about three houseflies who stow away on Apollo 11; "Sex Drive," a comedy that Friedman says has enjoyed terrific early screenings ...".  Bests. --- Bob Wikiklrsc (talk) 02:28, 10 October 2008 (UTC)
Excellent work, as ever, Lu. The poster is seemingly visually misleading. Best wishes and many thanks. --- (Bob) Wikiklrsc (talk) 01:45, 12 October 2008 (UTC)
As a post-script to this, Lu, Summit Entertainment, the company which made the film uses two words in their copy despite their own poster which have them either jammed up against each other or as seemingly one word. " Sex Drive Release Date: October 17, 2008 ... Randy, raucous and unexpectedly romantic, SEX DRIVE follows three friends on the road trip of a lifetime!". Maybe it's like a Picasso painting. One never knows. Bests. --- (Bob) Wikiklrsc (talk) 19:53, 13 October 2008 (UTC)