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Jake's Booty Call (2003)

Jake, a master at picking up women, meets Prince Siton Manaba, and the two embark on a journey of sexual escapades while avoiding Siton's vengeful brother's clutches.


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Credited cast:
Julian Max Metter Julian Max Metter ... Jake (voice)
Jay Lerner Jay Lerner ... Siton Manaba / Lickapon Manaba (voice)
Billy Thames Billy Thames ... Dilsac Unchin (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marshall Abbott Marshall Abbott ... General Gargle-Deez (voice)
Jeffrey Baldinger Jeffrey Baldinger ... Calvin (voice)
Tony D. Tony D. ... Slaban Manaba (voice)
Jhon Doria Jhon Doria ... Bouncer (voice)
Summer Menkee ... Alexis (voice) (as Summer E. Sinclair)
Cecy Rangel Cecy Rangel ... Maria (voice)
Jake Smith Jake Smith ... Fumunda Manutsac (voice)
Christie Will Wolf ... Hot Girl on Airplane (voice) (as Christie Will)


Jake, a master at picking up women, meets Prince Siton Manaba, and the two embark on a journey of sexual escapades while avoiding Siton's vengeful brother's clutches.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


He's the ultimate ladies' man...

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive strong crude sexual content including dialogue, and for language and some drug use

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Release Date:

25 April 2003 (USA) See more »


Box Office


$50,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


In the original series, Jake employs Calvin and Dre to be his sidekicks / wingmen. Siton fills this role throughout the course of the movie, yet Calvin appears in the first scene. See more »


Siton Manaba: Yo, girl. What the dildo?
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Crazy Credits

After the credits finish, two extra slides show the fate of two girls who were aboard Siton's yacht, and confirm that "...the music never stops!" See more »


References When Animals Attack! (1996) See more »

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Like a child boasting his good luck
4 July 2011 | by StevePulaskiSee all my reviews

Somewhere down the line, National Lampoon's decided to take a detour, and start doing poorly written and poorly acted Direct-to-DVD movies with pictures of women in bikinis and two idiot guys on the front. Despite their very raunchy covers, a lot of them fooled customers into thinking they were no limits and raunchy, when really, they were just PG-13. Way to trick the market.

Though Jake's Booty Call boasts an R rating, the cartoon nudity is little-to-none, and most of the women are in tight outfits. It's a cartoon so only few people will be aroused by the lame sex had in the film. But from what I understand, Jake's Booty Call is based off the Flash game Booty Call. In the game, the objective is to get Jake to have sex with random women. Never playing the game, or even hearing of it, I went into this blind.

The plot is about Jake (Voiced by Metter), a pimp, who meets a guy name Siton Manaba (Lerner) who is set to become king of his village in a few years. Never experiencing sex before, Jake promises to take him under his wing and get him to end his virgin days before he becomes king.

If you think the plot is captivating, you should see how groundbreaking the animation is. Flash animation may have worked for the game, but to look at it for even a short seventy-seven minutes makes you feel like you're watching an extended cut scene and any second now the film will go to a third person view of Jake and you'll be controlling him.

The story is complete trash. It's pretty amazing they even thought of something that could qualify for the bare minimum of a film. The names are hilarious too "Siton Manaba?" "Lickapon Manaba?" What an idiocy. What a big sign of immaturity.

Jake's Booty Call is short, but feels long. It's not funny and gets to wear on your nerves very quickly. The DVD cover boasts over 30,000,000 downloads, most likely because the game was a mildly amusing piece of a teenager's mind. However, the film is completely idiotic and spends seventy-seven minutes acting important because it got its own film.

Voiced by: Julian Max Metter, Jay Lerner, Marshall Abbott, Jeffrey Baldinger, and Tony D. Directed by: Eric Eisner and Julian Max Metter.

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