National Lampoon's Pledge This! Reviews
Paris Hilton is use to the camera - just with less clothing.. Brittney & her movie are 10 times better then this!
Paula Garoe`s & Sarah Carter wasted their good talents on a pittifull movie.
I think there was one part in the movie that actually made me laugh, that is the half of star. Just so you know it was the part where Geoffrey Arend just weirdly slides into the shot to high-five some chick and then weirdly slides back out of the shot. I think that was the only scene that made it feel Lampoonish.*
I don't know why Paris Hilton was doing a voice over in it, that was just one of many things I didn't need in this movie. Actually that would of made it better if she just played her part and there was no voice over. She used to just be someone in the media I couldn't care less about, now I actually dislike her. The things she was saying didn't really make me think there was much need for "acting".
She kept saying "hot" but it just doesn't sound right when she says it, I don't know.
If you are looking for a good bit of topless action, then come no further, but as a comedy it was (and I can't believe I'm saying this) too much needless topless-ness.
Needed to be more subtle. You know, give the guys in the audience an eyeful but don't burn the cornea, or make it painful if they happen to be watching it with a girlfriend. The scenes just kept getting drawn out.
* You know what I'm gonna save you all a lot of time. I'm going back on Netflix and going to pin-point that scene so you can just watch that part and not the rest of the movie. Watch from 57:30 to 58:24 you're welcome.
Worst of all is this terrible dichotomy of everyone fawning over Paris Hilton... who is not nearly as attractive, sexy or good looking as quite a few other women in the same film. And by using "dichotomy" I think I've way overstepped the intelligence of somebody who might like this film.