Mitch Hewer

'Behaving Badly' certainly does

'Behaving Badly' certainly does

"Behaving Badly" is a dreadful sex comedy that gets worse and worse as its dopey story snowballs into relative incoherence.

The film's starry supporting cast is proof positive that actors — even onetime Oscar nominees — just want to act. In anything.

Hapless high school student Rick Stevens (an offhanded Nat Wolff from "The Fault in Our Stars"), who lives in a world that seems populated by rejects from TV's "Arrested Development," makes a bet with the dweeby son of a local mobster that he can bed class beauty — and all around good girl — Nina (Selena Gomez) in short order.

But this wager is merely the nominal engine for Rick's already...

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