- Crosses the Line Twice: A devout Mormon missionary gets a job playing a superhero in porno films to raise money for his wedding to his almost painfully-wholesome fiancée. Despite some very obvious signs that God doesn't want him having anything to do with porn. Along the way, he ends up becoming a crime fighter in an in-universe version of Defictionalization, and defeats his enemies by shooting them with a ray gun that forces them to orgasm on the spot. The movies become so popular that there's a line of toys made based on them. And we see a young child playing with one of them.
- Crowning Music of Awesome: '''NOW YOU'RE A MAYUNN! A MANNY MANNY MAYUNNNNnnn'''
- Genius Bonus: The fact that Joe Young is so set against premarital sex, especially with someone other than his fiancee, that Maxxx Orbison accomodates this by using a "stunt cock" for the sexual acts, is a source of humor in the movie. It may seem like it's "ha-ha, look at the conservative Christian who's passing up the chance to get laid", but those knowledgeable about the Mormon Church and its beliefs would know that this is due to the Law of Chastity. Most Christian denominations, branches, and offshoots that support sexual purity until marriage/chastity just have their preachers cite various biblical verses to support their admonitions to avoid fornication, adultery, and masturbation. But the Mormon Church is unique among these Christian-derived sects in that they have a rule specifically telling their members to only have sexual relations within the bonds of matrimony.
- Moral Event Horizon: Orbison has Joe's fiancee Lisa kidnapped and threatens to make her do a porn scene against her will. For such a tongue-in-cheek movie, this is a surprisingly horrific moment. Makes his comeuppance all the more satisfying.
- Screwed By The Ratings Board: The film got an NC-17 despite the creators going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and with no input as to what could have been changed to lower the rating.
- Harsher in Hindsight: The two films they've done for Paramount, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship when it comes to independent films (i.e., if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want).
- Special Effects Failure: They just didn't care about making the vast majority of the effects look convincing, though it could be argued it's a case of Stylistic Suck.