Although slammed by some (most notably Roger Ebert, who called the film "exploitative", and described Elisha Cuthbert's character as "thoroughly unlikeable"), I found The Girl Next Door (2004) to be an entertaining commentary on the facades we present, and what really matters in our relations to one another.
Emile Hirsch plays a typical overachieving high school senior who hasn't explored much of life beyond academics. He is about to graduate and doesn't have any memorable anecdotes or experiences to share. This all changes when his next door neighbor goes away and has her cute, sexy niece Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert) reside there as a house sitter.
Immediately attracted to her gorgeous looks and wild attitude, he introduces her around and becomes the envy of his two geeky friends.
One of the friends (a smut aficionado) discovers that Danielle is a porn actress, and convinces Emile that she would be an easy score.
A poorly set plan of sexual conquest, to take her to a cheap motel backfires, as Danielle is hurt by the assumption and tells him to get lost.
Emile has truly fallen in love with her at this point, and is willing to do anything to convince her so. His efforts are hindered by the alternating comic/psychotic porn producer boss of Danielle.
Can he prove the sincerity of his affection for Danielle and take her away from the porn industry, which they both know is not where she desires to be?
The Girl Next Door- movie trailer