You hear a title like Sex Drive and you probably think, "Oh, this must be by the same people who made Superbad, right? And it must be about some geeky adolescent boys trying to get laid. You'd pretty much be right. Oh, and it wants you to know just how dirty it is right away, because you can't access the site without entering in your age (and,of course, no kids will lie just to get in and watch the red-band trailer, right?). But, anyway, once you're in, you'll find that these kids might actually be more geeky and more desperate than the dudes in Superbad. Here's who we're dealing with: a guy who is "practicing being a dick" to a girl he met online. Oh, and his day job? He is dressed in a costume that appears to be, like, a Mexican donut or something. It's hard to tell, but it's humiliating regardless. The dude's friend, played by Clark Duke from Greek, wears great big paisley shirts. And there is a disturbingly awesome (or awesomely disturbing) James Marsden as, like, a white trash older brother of one of the geeks. He's like one of the Duke brothers, only worse, because this is rated R. His car has a license plate that says "NOFATCHX," and freaks when he finds out his brother met someone online. Oh, and Seth Green plays an Amish buggy driver. Don't ask. And, finally, in a sequence so horrifyingly awful that I am afraid to retype it for fear it might make me dumber, a cop tries to arrest our main character while he's wearing his donut suit, and the cop actually thinks the donut is a "big Mexican." He tasers him, and even sprays Mace in his big foam eye. No, really. This is what is passing for comedy these days.