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Product Details

  • Actors: Seann William Scott, Paul Rudd, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Bobb'e J. Thompson, Jane Lynch
  • Directors: David Wain
  • Writers: Paul Rudd, David Wain, Ken Marino
  • Producers: Mary Parent, Scott Stuber, Luke Greenfield
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), French (DTS 5.1), Spanish (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: March 10, 2009
  • Run Time: 201 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001OD4S5A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,517 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Role Models [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

Special Features

  • U-Control - Picture in Picture (On Unrated Version Only)
  • Deleted Scenes and Alternate Takes
  • Bloopers
  • On the Set of Role Models
  • Game On: Creating a Role Playing World
  • In-Character & Off Script
  • Ye Olde Crest Maker
  • Feature Commentary with Director/Co-Writer David Wain (On Theatrical Version Only)
  • BD-Live - My Scenes Sharing
  • BD-Live - Exclusive Content
  • BD-Live - Ye Olde Crest Maker

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    Prepare yourself for the most irreverent and funny comedy that brings new meaning to juvenile delinquency! As the world’s least-likely mentors, Danny (Paul Rudd) & Wheeler (Seann William Scott) must put aside their selfish, sarcastic and party-driven ways in order to give two odd, foul-mouthed kids invaluable wisdom about life, love and heavy metal. With a supporting cast of comic all-stars including Elizabeth Banks, Jane Lynch, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Bobb’e J. Thompson, Role Models is “a surprisingly clever comedy” (Claudia Puig, USA Today).

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    Raunchy, but not nauseating, Role Models is an exceptionally funny slacker comedy co-written by Paul Rudd. Rudd stars as Danny, one-half of a team (along with Seann William Scott's character, Wheeler) that visits schools on behalf of a power-drink company. With his lack of enthusiasm for work and his life painfully evident, Danny loses his live-in girlfriend, Beth (Elizabeth Banks), and soon has a run-in with the law resulting in community service for him and Wheeler. Ordered to appear at a Big Brothers-like organization, Danny is partnered with a lonely if brilliant adolescent boy, Augie (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), while Wheeler is hooked up with a foul-mouthed pre-teen named Ronnie (Bobb'e J. Thompson). Neither of the men has anything in common with their charges, a fact exacerbated when Danny reluctantly attends Augie's participation in a weekend role-playing fantasy game with a medieval flavor. Meanwhile, Wheeler just tries to survive his ongoing power struggle with Ronnie. Both sets of relationships improve when Danny and Wheeler begin to meet their kids halfway and even learn to empathize with them, though the results are sometimes comically bumpy before the characters all hit their groove. There are a number of hilarious scenes (the film definitely deserves its R rating) and more than a few thoughtful ones, including a terrific moment where Danny defends Augie to the latter's critical parents over an awkward dinner. Jane Lynch is very funny as a semi-insane director of the program pairing kids and adults, and Banks (W.) is very appealing as Danny's unhappy ex-girlfriend. --Tom Keogh


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    Customer Reviews

    Movie was funny, good actors and great story.
    Secretpapee
    If you want to have a good time with lots of laughs then watch this movie.
    Soul Bird
    You can watch the movie multiple times and it is still funny.
    Angioletta Livreri

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By B. Martin on March 18, 2009
    Format: DVD
    Role Models is not a particularly deep or innovative comedy, in fact it's plotline will be familiar to anyone who has ever watched a movie, period. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't provide lots of laughs and much needed escapism for it's 90 plus minutes.

    Paul Rudd And Sean William Scott star as two slackers who find themselves sentenced to 30 days of community service following a work related blow up by Rudd's characther that comes on the heels of being dumped by his longtime girlfriend (Elizabeth Banks). The two are ordered to do their hours of community service at a Big Brothers and Sisters type of organization where each of them are paired up with a "troubled" kid.

    Can you guess where this is going? The two men will learn to look past their own self indulgence and care for the kids. A valuable lesson is learned by all. This plot really doesn't matter. What does matter are the performances. Rudd and Scott are hilarious as the overgrown man-children and they share an effortless chemistry. Rudd especially is in top form, spewing sarcasm and self loathing with every line and garnering laughs from his facial expressions alone. Rudd is clearly in his element here.

    When Rudd turns into an unselfish nice guy at the end, it's a bit of a stretch for the audience to accept that he made such a quick transition. Rudd's performance may be hilarious, but his character is not that well developed for his transformation to be believable. But hey, this ain't art. It's a largely entertaining buddy comedy with lots of smart and raunchy humor that should be viewed as exactly that.
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    12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hine on August 28, 2009
    Format: DVD
    Like its two lead characters, ROLE MODELS is a movie that doesn't seem to be expecting too much of itself as it lures us into familiar man-child territory.

    Seann William Scott and (co-writer) Paul Rudd are Wheeler and Danny, two low-achieving coworkers paid to travel to schools with an act that preaches against drugs while pushing powerful energy-drinks as the safe alternative. The difference between them? Wheeler loves his work and thinks of Danny as his friend. Danny hates his job, the fact that he should have done more with his life and can't commit to being more than a colleague to Wheeler. Danny's mean, sarcastic and rude to coffee shop baristas. Clearly he doesn't deserve a girlfriend like Beth (Elizabeth Banks), who rejects his spontaneous marriage proposal and dumps him instead. Danny's dejection leads to a tangle with the law and soon he and Wheeler are sent to perform 150 hours of community service at the local mentoring program, Sturdy Wings.

    This is where the movie grows some wings of its own and really takes off. The flight path may be familiar, and there are no surprises when it comes to a predictably happy landing. But the journey becomes a lot of fun when Wheeler and Danny become "Bigs" to two very different "Littles," Ronnie (Bobb'e J. Thompson) and Augie (Christopher Mintz-Plasse).

    It's clear that on paper at least, our two ROLE MODELS lack all the traditional skills required to teach anything to the kids. Fast-talking, foul-mouthed Ronnie is the product of broken home in need of a father figure, not a "booby" obsessed party lover like Wheeler. The costume-sewing fantasy game participant Augie shouldn't expect much sympathy from the snide Danny. Bad mentoring leads to chaos, confusion and near-tragedy.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David R. Eastwood on October 8, 2009
    Format: DVD
    Even if only half of the humorous bits of ROLE MODELS succeed for you, you will consider this is a very funny movie!

    The premise is that, to avoid jail time, Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott (as Danny and Wheeler) perform community service as big brothers to a pair of troubled boys: a geeky adolescent (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) and a garbage-mouthed youth (Bobb'e J. Thompson). The pay-off scene is the wonderfully hilarious medieval role-playing game in which these four wear costumes deliberately like those of the band Kiss.

    Jane Lynch is outstanding as the well-meaning but drug-damaged and very addled director of the organization pairing the children with their "bigs." By the end of the film almost all of the characters have grown and changed for the better (in ways that may not be believable but which are enjoyable nonetheless).

    Chiefly because of the abundance of raunchy language, most parents would not want their small children to view this very funny film with them. (By the way, both the "theatrical" version and the "unrated" one are included on the DVD disk; both versions contain female nudity, and the chief difference is that the unrated version has about twice as much, plus a short instance of male nudity.)
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LogJammin90 on August 25, 2012
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    I saw this movie once, laughed a little and was well on my way. Then i rented it again when a few buddies were over and laughed like crazy. There are little pieces in the movie, where it was slow, paul rudd and SWS did a good job in this film. If your in the 18-25yr range this is a must have!!!
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    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ellington VINE VOICE on June 16, 2009
    Format: DVD
    After seeing `I Love You, Man' (I really need to review that) I came to realize that Paul Rudd is brilliant. He has this stellar way of making his humor so lovable and totally believable. You can see yourself in him and you want to be his friend. Even when he's being a sarcastic, stuck-up, pompous moron you can't help but want to reach over and pinch his cheeks. He just wears `everyman' so well, and it bleeds effortlessly into his acting (I mean, seriously, I'm thinking he needs an Oscar nomination for her performance in `I Love You, Man').

    So, with all of this in mind, I had to see `Role Models', a film that I was marginally interested in before I saw `I Love You, Man' (it's funny how a singular cinematic experience can change your views on a lot of things).

    What I expected to find was your typical raunchy buddy comedy with the occasional clichéd moments of forced emotional warmth. What I got was a hilarious non-stop comedy with the right amounts heart and the right amounts offensive (yes, it is offensive) to make this a memorable and rewarding time at the movies. I laughed throughout its entirety and I actually felt the human connection as the film delved into the warmer aspects of the plot, as I knew it would. What makes this film so different from your typical comedy is that, while it has some of the same clichéd elements as every other comedy out there, it goes about them in a refreshing manner (much like `I Love You, Man'); so instead of a boy breaking up with a girl only to get back together (or in this case a `big' breaking up with his `little') they have elements surrounding these `break ups' that make the whole premise feel somewhat new and exciting.
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