Eighteen-year-old Matthew Kidman (Emile Hirsch) is a straight-laced overachiever who has never really lived life - until he falls for his hot new neighbor (Elisha Cuthbert). When Matthew discovers his perfect "girl next door" is a former porn star, his sheltered existence spins out of control. It's "Risky Business" meets "American Pie" (Premiere Radio Networks) in this "titillating, laugh-out-loud funny comedy!" (US Weekly)
Disc 1-Side 1:
*Full Length Feature - Widescreen
*Director Commentary by Luke Greenfield
*Feature Trivia Track: Revealing the Girl Next Door
Disc 1-Side 2:
*Scene Specific Commentary by Emile Hirsch
*Scene Specific Commentary by Elisha Cuthbert
*The Eli XXXperience Featurette
*"A Look Next Door" Making of Featurette
*Hilarious, Unrated Gag Reel
*16 Sexy Deleted or Extended Scenes, including original ending w/optional Director's Commentary
*Sizzling Still Gallery
*Girl Next Door Trailer "Dirrty" too racey to show on TV
*Upcoming Theatrical Trailers
*1 Easter Egg
Cast & Crew
The picture feels fresh and audacious thanks to its smart script and sassy cast.
This funny, surprising gem joins the ranks of Risky Business and Say Anything.
An entertaining affair whose wild-card creativity never ceases to surprise.
The movie captures, on the most basic level of tone and attitude, what it feels like to be a teenager, a teenage boy in particular.
Cuthbert provides a great deal of heart to this alternately lewd and chaste lark.
A stylish, sweet and saucy spring surprise loaded with laughs and unexpected smarts.
While not by any reasonable standard a great movie ... The Girl Next Door is a totally tasty one, a surprise treat concocted from only the most familiar mass-market ingredients.