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Garfield and Stone were superb as usual but the succumbed to too many cliches and tropes to impress, it also had a strange ability too drag but also feel rushed at the same time
The film has terrible pacing, god-awful editing, filler scenes and seriously low-brow humour, yet there is something so charming about a bunch of friends making a movie that it just sucks you in, the acting is good and some of the jokes are seriously hilarious, although the structure of the plot is weak it's a good plot. not for the people who always have to look at the technical side of things, more for those who can appreciate the heart that goes behind a film and can appreciate how honest this film is
How the hell are we suppose to like the main character when the hottest girl in school is interested in him, and so is his best friend. And he destroys his street and then he doesn't even learn his lesson because his dad said he was proud of him! The audience is completely cut off from any and all characters and events and instead of going "yeah these guys are awesome!" Instead we're like "how obnoxious can someone be?"
This film was just a bad idea from the get-go and leaves Simon Pegg fans confused as to why he's conformed to American "comedies"