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Yeah yeah I don't original yeah. You recognize I have to say at the box office as they get -- public I was -- I'll I think that was -- -- Melissa McCarthy is usually hilarious and she was really funny in this movie but there are a lot of points resident theater for about 1520 minutes and I didn't laugh. That's not a comment because they would do what they were doing wasn't funny of the movie got to be more serious and it.
The movie got to -- -- little bit too -- you know how people have those criticism not comedies like you know there's too much comedy that was enough storyline of this. Flat with vastly different than that there was -- too -- -- MRI and not enough comedy there reports I was fracking. Cracking up that was so funny but most of its time -- Wisconsin I like okay.
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She -- little funny parts at about two war and the movie yeah. See that movie if you want to laugh about

21 and over Movie Review



Skyler Astin, Justin Chon and Miles Teller in 21 and Over (Review)
21 and Over is an old familiar joke, coming from screenwriters Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, The Hangover). Former BFFs Miller (Miles Teller) and Casey (Skylar Astin) get back together three years after graduating from high school, to celebrate their friend Jeff Chang (Justin Chon) turning 21 with a night of carousing and bar-hopping.
Jeff, it turns out, has an inner party animal waiting to break free, leaving him in a drunken stupor and his buddies realizing they have no clue where he lives. What follows is a predictable comedy of errors where Miller and Casey attempt to get their old pal home, encountering outlandish college students and getting caught up in wild escapades along the way. Meanwhile, a mostly-unconcious Jeff suffers from various forms of physical abuse and humiliation along the way (think Weekend at Bernie’s), as his friends slowly being to realize he’s suffering from serious personal issues – and so are they, as it turns out.

Lucas and Moore are directing their own script for the first time, after handing over their previous high-concept yuckfest scripts to more experienced filmmakers (that list includes Four Christmases and The Change-Up). However, the major problems in 21 and Over are still related to writing, as it lacks the idiosyncratic humor of The Hangover, the poignancy found in Superbad and social commentary (no, I’m not joking) from the Harold and Kumar movies. This flick lifts material directly from all of these superior raunchy comedies, but to diminished returns. Ultimately, what prevents the humor from becoming overly tedious is that Lucas and Moore partially tap into the insecurity and feelings of powerlessness driving the behavior onscreen (translation: this movie actually has some heart).
Miles Teller and Skylar Astin in 21 and Over
Miles Teller and Skylar Astin in ’21 and Over’
Teller was a supporting actor in Project X and the Footloose remake, but in 21 and Over he’s upgraded to leading status. He essentially plays a slightly older version of Jonah Hill’s Superbad character (and even has a voice that’s uncannily similar to Hill’s), but impresses by delivering a charismatic performance that doesn’t oversell the fact that his character’s behavior is all a defense mechanism for fears about being left behind by his higher-achieving bros. Astin (Pitch Perfect) is solid playing the foil to Teller, while Chon (Twilight) makes the most of a role where he spends 90% of the time either knocked out or running around inebriated.
The rest of the cast is take-it-or-leave-it. Quintuplets and 7th Heaven alum Sarah Wright (a.k.a. Jerry’s daughter on Parks and Recreation) plays Nicole, the generic love interest for Astin; fortunately, they have good screen chemistry, so their romance is believable enough for the film’s purposes. Meanwhile, Jonathan Keltz (Entourage) plays Wright’s hot-tempered cheerleader boyfriend – who winds up the butt of numerous physical comedy gags – and Francois Chau (sorta) riffs on his Lost role by playing Jeff’s authoritative father, Dr. Chang. The pair are not at all terrible in these roles, but there’s nothing satirically-biting or memorable about the caricatures they create, either. Samantha Futerman (Going the Distance) as Jeff’s foul-mouthed ex-neighbor and Russell Hodgkinson (Fat Kid Rules the World) as a seemingly homeless druggie (wink, wink), get an easy laugh for their cameos, but most of the other brief character appearances are duds.
Justin Chon in 21 and Over
Justin Chon as Jeff Chang endures much abuse in ’21 and Over’
In terms of direction, Lucas and Moore take a scattershot approach that succeeds and fails in equal measure. Certain scenes are structured as montages in a manner that makes sense, while others feel like awkward efforts to liven up the plot and create the illusion that what’s happening onscreen is more exhilarating and off-the-wall than it actually is (but not in a self-aware fashion). As you would expect, the plot is mostly a collection of episodic sitcom sequences, featuring wrathful sorority girls and partying college students (among other stock characters) – some of which border on being casually sexist and stereotypical. Fortunately, things never fully cross over into that awkward territory.
Tonal problems occasionally arise when 21 and Over shifts from madcap to sincere and saccharine, and then transitions right back to more comedic debauchery with nary a moment to spare. Similarly, while the main characters suffer their fair share of repercussions for the underhanded stunts they pull, it sometimes feels like they are let off the hook and able to resolve their problems too swiftly, resulting in little significant emotional impact (despite touching on heavy issues). What makes the inevitable third act payoff okay is that it solidifies the feeling that Lucas and Moore actually like and identify with the characters they’ve created, even after making them suffer greatly for the audience’s entertainment. The conclusion is satisfying enough, given what sort of movie this is.
The main cast of 21 and Over
Teller, Astin, Wright and Chon in ’21 and Over’
It’s the good nature of 21 and Over that prevents it from being utterly forgettable. Lucas and Moore’s ‘Hangover for the college crowd’ won’t go down as generation-defining (a la Superbad and American Pie), but its target demographic should find something to laugh at. The same goes for certain older moviegoers who may even become nostalgic, wistfully recalling their own days running half (or fully) naked and drunk around a university campus.
Just don’t expect to remember much in the morning afterwards (sorry, couldn’t resist).
21 and Over is 93 minutes long and Rated R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, some graphic nudity, drugs and drinking. Now playing in theaters.
Our Rating:

2.5 out of 5
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  1. Movies are aren’t even funny no more, the last funny movies that i have seen was Dodgeball and Starsky & Hutch, both movies are old as hell.
    • then you didnt see the inbetweeners movie.
    • Last funny movie… silver linings playbook which isnt an essential comedy. As for essential comedies bridesmaid and horrible bosses
  2. I didn’t like this one. My sister dragged me to see this movie. It’s not funny. It’s not clever, nor is it entertaining.
  3. I don’t know what your all talking about this movie is hilarious. The only way I can understand as to why you guys don’t think this is funny is because your little and don’t understand any of it or your old as can be and don’t enjoy life anymore

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Stephen Baldwin Arrested, Faces 4 Years in Prison

Posted: December 7th, 2012 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
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Stephen Baldwin (Usual Suspects) has just been arrested in New York for failure to file personal income taxes, which is considered a felony. According to the Rockland County District Attorney, the actor failed to pay taxes for 2008, 2009, and 2010, owing over $350,000 to the state of NY.

"At a time when Rockland County and New York State face severe fiscal shortfalls, we cannot afford to allow wealthy residents to break the law by cheating on their taxes," said the DA. "The defendant's repetitive failure to file returns and pay taxes over a period of several years contributes to the sweeping cutbacks and closures in local government and in our schools."

This isn't the first time the actor has had money trouble. He filed for bankruptcy in 2009. Baldwin is now due in court in February. If convicted, he faces up to 4 years in prison.

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Golden Raspberry Award

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Golden Raspberry Award

John Wilson at the 29th Golden Raspberry Awards.
Awarded forWorst in film
CountryUnited States
Presented byGolden Raspberry Award Foundation
First awardedMarch 31, 1981
Official websitewww.Razzies.com
A Golden Raspberry Award, or Razzie for short, is an award presented in recognition of the worst in film. Founded by American copywriter and publicist John J. B. Wilson in 1980, the annual Razzie Awards ceremony in Los Angeles precedes the corresponding Academy Awards ceremony by one day. The term raspberry in the name is used in its irreverent sense, as in "blowing a raspberry". The awards themselves typically cost $4.97 each, in the form of a "golfball-sized raspberry" which sits atop a Super 8 mm film reel, the whole of which is spray-painted gold.
The first Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony was held on March 31, 1981, at John J. B. Wilson's living room alcove in Los Angeles to honour the worst in film of the 1980 film season. The 33rd ceremony was held on February 23, 2013. The nominations were announced on January 8, 2013.[1]



[edit] History

[edit] Foundation

The Golden Raspberry Award statuette.
American copywriter and publicist John J. B. Wilson traditionally held potluck dinner parties at his house in Los Angeles on the night of the Academy Awards.[2] In 1981, after the 53rd Academy Awards had completed for the evening, Wilson invited friends to give random award presentations in his living room.[2][3] Wilson decided to formalize the event, after watching a double feature of Can't Stop the Music and Xanadu.[4] He gave them ballots to vote on worst in film.[4] Wilson stood at a podium made of cardboard in a tacky tuxedo, with a foam ball attached to a broomstick as a fake microphone, and announced Can't Stop the Music as the first Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.[4][5] The impromptu ceremony was a success and the following week a press release about his event released by Wilson was picked up by a few local newspapers, including a mention in the Los Angeles Daily News with the headline: "Take These Envelopes, Please".[2][3][5]
Approximately three dozen people came to the 1st Golden Raspberry Awards.[5] The 2nd Golden Raspberry Awards had double the attendance as the first and the 3rd awards ceremony had double this number.[5] By the 4th Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony, CNN and two major wire services covered the event.[2] Wilson realized that by scheduling the Golden Raspberry Awards prior to the Academy Awards, the ceremony would get more press coverage: "We finally figured out you couldn't compete with the Oscars on Oscar night, but if you went the night before, when the press from all over the world are here and they are looking for something to do, it could well catch on," he said to BBC News.[2]

[edit] Name

The term raspberry is used in its irreverent sense, as in "blowing a raspberry".[6] Wilson commented to the author of Blame It on the Dog: "When I registered the term with the Library of Congress in 1980, they asked me, 'Why raspberry? What's the significance of that?' But since then, razz has pretty much permeated the culture. We couldn't have done it without Hollywood's help."[6] Wilson is referred to as "Ye Olde Head Razzberry".[7]

[edit] Format

[edit] Awarding process

Paid members of the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation vote to determine the winners;[8] individuals may become members of the foundation by visiting the organization's website at www.razzies.com.[9] For the 29th Golden Raspberry Awards in 2009, award results were based on votes from approximately 650 journalists, cinema fans and professionals from the film industry.[8][10] Voters hailed from 45 states in the United States and 19 other countries.[11]

[edit] Ceremony

The ceremony, typically held one day before the Academy Awards, is modelled after the latter but "deliberately low-end and tacky".[2]
Most winners do not attend the ceremony.[12]

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Current Awards

[edit] Special categories

Special categories have also been introduced for specific years. Such special awards include:
1996Worst Screenplay Grossing Over $100 MillionTwisterMichael Crichton & Anne-Marie MartinThe Hunchback of Notre Dame — Tab Murphy, Irene Mecchi, Bob Tzudiker & Noni White
Independence DayDean Devlin & Roland Emmerich
Mission: ImpossibleDavid Koepp and Robert Towne
A Time to KillAkiva Goldsman
1997Worst Reckless Disregard for Human Life and Public PropertyCon AirBatman & Robin
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
1998Worst Movie Trends of the Year58-year-old leading men wooing 28-year-old leading ladiesTrailers that give away the film's entire plot
Longer movies, shorter plots
THX Deafening Audio
Mega-zillion-dollar cross-promotional overkill: Armageddon, Godzilla, etc.
2002Most Flatulent Teen-Targeted MovieJackass: The MovieEight Crazy Nights
2003Worst Excuse for an Actual MovieThe Cat in the Hat2 Fast 2 Furious
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
From Justin to Kelly
The Real Cancun
2005Most Tiresome Tabloid TargetsTom Cruise, his baby, Katie Holmes, Oprah Winfrey's couch and the Eiffel TowerTom Cruise and his anti-psychiatry rant
Paris Hilton and... "who EVER!"
Mr. and Mrs. Britney, their baby (Sean Preston Federline) and their camcorder
The Simpsons: Ashlee, Jessica and Nick
2006Worst Excuse for Family EntertainmentRVDeck the Halls
Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties
The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
The Shaggy Dog
2007Worst Excuse for a Horror MovieI Know Who Killed MeAliens vs. Predator: Requiem
Hannibal Rising
Hostel: Part II
2010Worst Eye-Gouging Misuse of 3DThe Last Airbender[13][14]Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
Clash of the Titans
The Nutcracker in 3D
Saw 3D

[edit] Anniversary Awards

Every decade-closing ceremony includes an award for the worst actors and movies of the decade - though the 2000 ceremony put the actors as worst of the 20th century instead. Special prizes for the 25th anniversary of the Razzies awards were also given out in 2006.
1980s (10th)Worst ActorSylvester StalloneChristopher Atkins
Ryan O'Neal
John Travolta
Worst ActressBo DerekFaye Dunaway
Brooke Shields
Pia Zadora
Worst Picture of the DecadeMommie Dearest (1981

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The 33rd Annual RAZZIE®
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Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

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