The Penthouse Reviews
Ce film ne vit que parce que Folies de graduation a connu tant de succès. Il ne mérite pas de vivre un autre jour.
Rest of the movie was a self indulgent vacuous crap. Just saying.
Yes this scenario has been done a hundred times and you can probably fashion your own rough draft in the time it takes to read this review. And The Penthouse doesn't break any new ground either but at least has the good sense to keep its main characters likable. Rider Strong, better known as Ben Savage's best friend on TV's Boy Meets World, is Kieran the writer and gets reacquainted with Tyler's younger sister Erica when she visits before leaving for a year in Europe and who is distraught that her older brother still can't find time for her. Guess what happens?
While the screenplay is light on plot surprises, it comes up with some thoughtful, honest discourse in the blossoming attraction between Kieran & Erica, played by newcomer April Scott who brings significant good-girl spark to the big screen. Even the party friends show a little growth, with the male nurse falling for his boss and Tyler finding his public image role as bad boy has a downside. Other good funny parts go to Randy the philosophical world-traveler ("You have the power to unfuck that which has been fucked.") and Ed Begley Jr. as condescending hardass father of Kieran's current bitchy girlfriend played by Kaley Cuoco from 8 Simple Rules and Big Bang Theory.
On balance, The Penthouse is markedly better casual entertainment with some engaging characters than its low-rent neighbors.
Nota: Preciosa April Scott xD
y bueno... piola xD jajaj
no es la mejor pelicula del mundo... pero tampoco es tan mala...
pa pasar el rato.. sirviÃ³...
la tenÃa hace rato ahi guardaita xD
Kaley Cuoco le amuu... aunke haya salido la nada misma xD