Mary Poppins Returns
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There's little merit in this crass, low-brow comedy except for some Paris Hilton curiosity value.
Jason Mewes woos Paris Hilton. Everything else is just roadkill.
...Hilton, with her oddly misshapen head, disturbingly puffy lips and creepy lazy eye, is a far more incompetent actress than anyone might've suspected...
Bottoms up is honestly not a bad movie and I think people automatically assume and go into it thinking it is - because of Paris Hilton. Granted she is not the best actor in the world, but she was not bad in this... the storyline was fairly okay although it has been done more then a thousand times....and it was actually more then funny.
Give this movie a watch on a bored night for a good laugh. It's worth that match.
Ps: Why does Paris Hilton have Blonde hair on the cover but not once is her hair blonde in the movie? Hmph. Never figured that one out...
The story revolves around a young guy Jason Mewes from Minnesota going to Hollywood to win a bar competition in order to collect the $10,000 prize money to save his father's steak house. Unfortunately, he doesn't win so now he has to find another way to make money. He meets up with Paris Hilton, a rich snotty party girl (sound familiar), who actually is nice, kind, helpful towards the poor, and likes to read books (yea right, get real) who runs him over with her car whereupon he promptly blackmails her but instead of the money, he wants her to make him popular. Jason gets a taste of the scandalous lifestyles of the Hollywood upper crust while dealing with his growing romantic feelings for Lisa who just so happens to be dating TV hunk Hayden Field (Brian Hallisey).Will Jason find love, money and success in Hollywood???
Funniest character: David Keith as gay Uncle Earl is a riot pretending to be straight when he is the very definition of a flaming queen.
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