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#1

Just went out and saw this last night, and was just wondering what everyone else thought of it?

Honestly, I was expecting more considering the credentials of the producers, writers and director (The Hangover, Old School and Superbad). The movie pretty much lacked any storyline, but I still ended up having an awesome time. I went with my girlfriend and a small group of friends and the movie is basically watching the best party of all time take place, which made it fun to see with a group.

It’s not the kind of film I’d go to alone or with one other person but if you make a party out of it it’s great.

It didn’t have the kind of gut busting humor that the aforementioned movies had, but I couldn’t stop smiling the whole way through and there were definitely enough good laughs/snickers in there to be worth the price of admission.


#2

Troll thread.


#3

Anybody with half a mind would have known that this movie would be the cloverfield of comides. Fucking garbage.


#4

I found this out a couple days ago.The fat kid who was constant abuse of fat jokes throughout the movie was on an episode of Bang Bus. He was 19 when he did a foursome with Ashli Orion, Pheonix Marie, and Jennifer Dark.


#5

the fat kid was the one in that? WOW…I had read about one of them being in something…didn’t know it was him.

Anyways, fuck the critics I loved the movie. I HATE camcorder movies - like Chronicle was POS to me simply because pof the camera work and the focus on it…here they used it, but not all the time, often times switching to a normal ‘mode’. The movie was a about partying…and thats what it was…it was a big fucking party. I didn’t expect anything storyline wise. You see Avatar for the effects. When you go see Kevin HArt’s “Laugh at my pain” you go to hear jokes. I went to this to see party and it excelled at that. Shit made me want to party B.

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#6

The movie was good. Surprisingly good.


#7

Fixed. Haven’t seen it but yeah I’m pretty sure this film caters to the lowest common denominator and is a shining example of one of the big problems facing people today.

Edit: I loved Oldschool.