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The only film that Douglas Grossman ever made and it was pretty terrible. The plot doesn't really make sense and the characters say very random things. The movie is so bad it was fun to laugh at. I did enjoy the '80s music.
The film is classified as horror, although one could argue it's a comedy since it was definitely more humorous than scary. The movie is part slasher, part home invasion. Four students terrorize their teacher until the teacher snaps.
The film stars Christopher Stryker, Maureen Mooney, Christopher Cousins (the only person in this movie to even remotely have an success after this), Millie Prezioso, and Jason Brill.
I feel 1.5 stars is pretty generous for this movie. It's not easy for me to give out this low of a rating, mostly because I give credit for structure, a coherent plot, and maybe decent editing. This film is lacking these things. More than a couple times during a movie I asked myself "What?". Like I said earlier, the film is enjoyable to watch since it was so bad. Recommended to only those that love their B-movies. 1.5/5 stars. (3/24/10)
It's what you expect from this genre. You'll laugh at the dialogue and the acting. Plus Adam West is in this.
This comedy from Ruben Fleischer is certainly no Zombieland. It does have some pretty funny moments, but overall I was hoping for more. I feel like there's a lot of typecasting here. Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network, Zombieland) could be the same character from Zombieland. Danny McBride (East Bound and Down) plays his Kenny Powers/every character - which I'm not tired of yet. I love Aziz Ansari (Parks and Recreation) and he's very funny in this. Michael Pena continues to play the villain. Nick Swardson (Grandma's Boy) is pretty good as a sidekick to McBride.
The characters are a bit weak. The premise is crazy but it makes for a fun movie.
For an R-rated comedy, it's not that bad.
This film is okay. Usually these films are predictable, but the climax of this film I didn't expect. Personally, I enjoyed Friends With Benefits more.
The film starts Steve Carell (The Office) and Ryan Gosling (Blue Valentine). Both of these guys are pretty good. The movie also features Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, Marisa Tomei, John Carroll Lynch and Kevin Bacon.
The story is about a man that is getting divorced from his high school sweetheart. He then meets someone that helps him figure out who he is. The characters are interesting. As I said earlier, I was surprised by the climax.
This movie was better than I hoped. Really great performances, including from a CGI ape that was based on Andy Serkis (Lord of the Rings). James Franco was pretty good too and I enjoyed seeing John Lithgow.
The story and characters are interesting. Some of the antagonists felt a little too one-dimensional, but it's a relatively minor complaint.
I was really impressed with how expressive the main CGI character was, despite the majority of the performance was done via body language and non-English sounds.
Definitely one of the better films of the summer!