Between his unsympathetic family and his demeaning doughnut-shop job, the likable but luckless Ian (Josh Zuckerman) is a prototypical teen-movie protagonist with a prototypical teen-movie conflict: He's still a virgin. Naturally, a prototypical solution must follow. With his two best friends (played by Amanda Crew and Clark Duke), Ian steals his brother's 1969 Pontiac GTO and embarks on a road trip to hook up with his Internet crush. The post-pubescent sex comedy is a genre as identifiable as the film noir or the Western. Yet director and co-writer Sean Anders aims for the audience that counts: the youth of today. The movie remains faithful to a portrait of teens as they see themselves.