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anyone seen it yet? I thought it was a crappy movie, but at the same time i found it entertaining
Based on my twitter timeline you'd think this is the best movie ever.
29% on rotten tomatoes
it has it's niche. pretty bad acting but the whole party thing was pretty awesome
only reason I'd want to go see it. not 17 yet though.
To me this is its biggest problem. Why make a movie R when it is aimed at high school kids? Doesn't really make sense to me to eliminate the exact audience your going after. Not to mention parents are not going to want their kids to see it.
The best part about the movie was tons of teen looking tits. Besides that it exactly what you would expect; a big party.
Is it somehow difficult for teens to get into R-rated movies nowadays?
Can't speak to it now. But I can say when I was younger we would just buy tickets to another movie and go into that one. Doesn't really help that movie at the box office though.
last night, there was a guy standing outside the theatre checking tickets. So I guess it's as hard as they want it to be.
For the average R-rated movie I'd say it's probably not that tough, but certain movies that are clearly aimed at a younger audience I think theaters will try to crack down a little more. I was 18 when American Pie came out and remember they checked ID at the ticket counter and then had people outside the theater checking tickets.
Same for Starship Troopers, once word got out that there were nekkid boobs in it.
I've never been asked for an ID for an R rated movie.....until a few months ago, when I saw J.Edgar. I'm 23, and look at least 25, so it was kind of a WTF move.
This post was edited by ptownterp 2 years ago
Only if it's R because of boobs. They check for those movies. Die Hard or some other action flick it doesn't matter.
Best society ever!
Saw it opening night. Average age had to be about 19 as I expected and they did card people on the way in. That had never happened to me but my friend said it is something he'd experienced when he was younger with certain films. I still was able to sneak my cafe latte in.
It's got that Superbad-type theme and has parallel characters. I think overall it's matinee material.
According to TMZ one of the stars was also in a porno. Can anyone confirm?
Come on out and get your whoopin!
i read that the kid with glasses was in a "f*ck team 5" porno for bang bus
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