Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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An unsubtle and roundly unfunny stinker, and the sort of film that no cast member would bring up freely of their own volition in any interview. Hell, even Carmen Electra (who cameos as herself) probably feels some shame about her participation.
A very silly film that has a slight air of American Pie and plenty of other similar films to it. It's not all bad with a few funny scenes along the way, but no where near enough. Surprised Arielle Kebbel ended up in this. It's very short to at a run time of about 77mins not 89 as shown above!? Could have been a lot better, could have been worse though.
It`s been done to death before but one can still get a few chuckles from three college buddies who head down to New Orleans (to celebrate Mardi Gras for spring break), a magical place where man and his beverage can walk the streets undisturbed for some good old fashioned revelry, sprinkled with a hearty helping of topless girls and the hilarious events that occur when our leading man Nicholas D'Agosto (of Final Destination 5 and Fired up) runs into his girlfriend down on Bourbon Street. Bret Harrison (plays virgin Scotty who has a pet name for his penis, Max) and Bump, played by Josh Gad, is -- for lack of a better word -- a tool. A very, very naked tool! Heck it even has Carmen Electra in it!
Warning: Rated R (For crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and language throughout.)
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