Ultimately, Danielle helps Matthew emerge from his shell and discover that sometimes you have to risk everything for the person you love. To act in porn as a teenager is not a decision freely taken by most teenage girls, and not a life to envy. They suggest to Matthew that he show Danielle around town. Due to the awesome screenplay film scored 6. That is, until he meets 'the girl next door'.
Matthew tracks Danielle down at an adult film convention in where Kelly, a porn producer and Danielle's ex, menacingly warns Matthew not to interfere with his business. There is another scene where Kelly, pretending to be Matthew's friend, takes him to a lap dance emporium and treats him. Danielle has two personalities: In one, she's a sweet, misunderstood kid who has never been loved, and in the other she's a twisted emotional sadist who amuses herself by toying with the feelings of the naive Matthew. Emile Hirsh Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, Emperor's Club is the central character Matthew, about to graduate from high school. When Matthew discovers this perfect girl next door is a one-time porn star, his sheltered existence begins to spin out of control. This ordeal ends whatever relationship they were building up to. Hugo Posh and Matthew make millions from the video.
Kelly offers to let Matthew erase his debt by stealing an award statuette from porn mogul Hugo Posh, but once Matthew has entered the house Kelly calls in a burglary report and leaves the premises. His spirits are looking up until his friend reveals that his neighbor used to be a porn star. All is going well, until Matthew's sex-mad friend Eli reveals that Danielle is actually a ex-porn star. His attempt is obvious, and he is forced to call her out on her past as a porn star. The movie seems to think, along with Matthew's friends, that this information is in her favor. It is rated R for its strong sexual content, the language, and for all the drug and alcohol use. The main cast consists of Emile Hirsch, Elisha Cuthbert, Timothy Olyphant, Paul Dano, Chris Marquette, and James Remar.
Danielle calls in two friends from her porn star days, and they agree to make a video for Hugo Posh on prom night using Matthew's classmates as actors. Oh, and not to forget Matthew's best friends, named Eli and Klitz and. Matthew's story ends with him getting the girl of his dreams and a chance at the future he has always wanted. When a few of Matthew's athlete classmates attempt to get him away from Danielle and kick him out of the party, he finds the courage to walk right up and kiss her. Danielle moves in next door, and Matthew thinks he's found the girl of his dreams. The movie produces a basically nice guy, named Hugo Posh , also a porn king, who is Kelly's rival.
The problem begins when he reflects on his high school career and realizes he has not had as much fun as he should have. Kelly, in private, tells Matthew that unless he is given half of all profits, he will play the tape immediately for Matthew's family. It's got plenty of flaws - almost every single scene of the second half of the film seems to act as the climax, and then the movie keeps going - but it's also got one of the most appealing casts I've seen in a while. With no more cards left to play, Kelly admits defeat as well as a grudging respect for Matthew. Kelly steals the money that Matthew has raised to bring a foreign-exchange student from Cambodia, and to replace the funds, the resourceful Danielle flies in two porn star friends played by Amanda Swisten and Sung Hi Lee , so that Matthew, Eli and Klitz can produce a sex film during the senior prom.
We can deal with porn stars, lap dances and whatever else, in a movie that declares itself and plays fair, but to insert this material into something with the look and feel of a teen comedy makes it unsettling. Surprising everyone, Matthew and his friends have made a progressive, comprehensive sex ed tape rather than a porn film. Then she sees him, snaps off the light, and a few minutes later rings the doorbell. High on that Kelly gave him as aspirin, he gives a deeply sentimental speech but loses out on the scholarship. Matthew goes through the standard formula: first he's angry with her, then she gets through his defenses, then he believes she really loves him and that she wants to leave the life she's been leading. The movie alternates between these personalities at its convenience, making her quite the most unpleasant character I have seen in some time.
Matthew doesn't know how to take the news or how to treat Danielle, and things go from bad to worse when Danielle's former producer Kelly appears to take her back. He and Danielle sneak away and pick up his friends before going to a party. One necessary element is to distance the heroine from the seamier side of her life. Matthew doesn't know how to take the news or how to treat Danielle, and things go from bad to worse when Danielle's former producer Kelly appears to take her back. That a porn king saves the day gives you an idea of the movie's limited moral horizons. While driving around, Danielle stops the car and forces Matthew to get out and strip for her. The film stars as Matthew Kidman.