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21 & Over (Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack)
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There are some stereotypes in the movie, but the main characters have a good mix of realistic traits. Even the American Pie movie franchise portrays more old-school stereotypes than 21 & Over.
The plot contains only 2 small contrived problems to keep the partying, and the movie, going. But they are small, and make sense, really. There aren't any huge "oh c'mon, that wouldn't happen" moments in this movie. A light, fun movie to watch with your SO, woman, or group of friends.
This film is not bad but is not great either. It has its funny moments but it is far from a great comedy.
In conclusion: if you enjoy films like Hangover or American pie you probably won't love this one but you will like it.
I can't believe this movie didn't have more publicity or critics speaking about it! It was so hilarious and is a must see!!! Not really meant for children.... A great comedy to watch if you need a laugh!
Justin Chon (Jeff Chang) plays as a college student who has just turned 21. His two best friends from high school, (Miller) and (Casey) decide to take him out to a couple bars to celebrate this grand event. Upon arriving at Jeff Chang's apartment, they run into a teacher Indian dancing who has mental problems. Jeff Chang has an interview in the morning to become a doctor, so he feels uneasy going out to party before an important interview, especially with his strict father on his shoulders reminding him to focus on a future that Jeff Chang doesn't even want. Miller convinced him to just go to a couple bars and in the end, Jeff Chang gets too wasted and passes out. Both Miller and Casey don't know how to get Jeff Chang home because Miller left the address at the house. The rest of the movie consists of these two best friends running around the college campus trying to get their best friend home. It's a hilarious movie and has a lot of dry humor, but I would only recommend it to 15 year olds and up because of the profanity and nudes. This is definitely a movie that I will continue to rewatch.
"21 and Over" is like a 21st Century version of "Animal House" and "Porky's" - only this one comes with a bit of a social conscience, as befits the times we live in.
Miles Teller, Skylar Astin. and Justin Chon play buddies from childhood, now ending their time in college, who reunite to celebrate the 21st birthday of one of them, Jeff Chang (Chon). Astin's Casey is the stuffed shirt who's already on the fast track to a career on Wall Street after he graduates; Chon's Jeff is the stressed-out A-student whose dad is pressuring him to ace a med school interview the next day; and Teller's Miller is the Stiffler-type wise-ass who refuses to grow up, convinced that the only life worth living is one patterned after the "American Pie" movies.
Against their better judgment, Astin and Teller- take Chon out for a celebratory bender, resulting in what anyone with any knowledge of how these things customarily work out in the movies can plainly predict. Yet, beyond all the drinking, brawling, sex rituals and generalized pandemonium, "21 and Over" actually has some poignant things to say about friendship and finding that fine line between becoming a mature adult and selling out to a life devoid of fun and joy. Luckily, the screenplay by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (who also directed the film together) doesn't overdo it in the moralizing department, neatly balancing the insights with a steady stream of ultra-crass frat-boy hijinks. The movie even has some fun skewering the misogyny and sexual double standards that prevail among some of the male youth of today.
The movie is helped immeasurably by the performers who bring both humor and heart to the proceedings. They make the nonsense not only bearable but actually quite enjoyable at times.
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Most entertaining movie I've seen in a while. Highly recommend watching this movie with close friends, its the kind of movie that makes you wanna go out and fun.Published 1 month ago by Azalea Torres
Movie is great, love it! My starred rating is for the actual cover for the Blu-ray. It was gritty, dirty, and had stickers all over the front that had been peeled off and messed up... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Megan
By the same folks that did Hangover...pretty much the same....good, light, silly humor.Published 8 months ago by Dvorah Olowecki-Oswald
Love miles teller but it wasn't a "great movie" by any means.Published 8 months ago by Brenan Greene
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