Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Serh, Mar 11, 2019.
I'll likely see this, but damn does that trailer do almost nothing to convince that there isn't gonna be much in here beyond the novelty of middle schoolers swearing and doing sub-Superbad shit
Yeah I'll wait for the reviews on this one
Loved Superbad. Neighbors is funny. Sausage Party is terrible but watching it stoned is fun. Pumped for this.
Not looking much better. Also, it's rarely a good sign when a trailer goes "From the PRODUCERS of ________"
This looks enjoyable enough to me. Currently sitting at a 78% on RT after 25 reviews.
Looking forward to this.
I think just about every Rogen/Goldberg production has used that and most have been pretty decent, minus "Sausage Party."
About to see this, apparently it's a test screening, so it potentially won't be the best cut of the film. Guess i'll see
I don't know if I'd call this good, but I definitely got some laughs out of it. Certainly not the most original movie out there. Kid who played Lucas made the movie for me. If that was a test screening, I'll consider seeing it again for the final version
I’m really excited to see this.
You know what's funny? Not only did this movie and Booksmart have the same Run The Jewels song in their trailers (which are also in both of the movies as well), but both Will Forte and Molly Gordon play a character in each film. Small world
I feel like that RTJ song has been in soooo many trailers haha
I blame “Baby Driver.”
I really don't want to picture a bag of dicks
Think I'll pass on another trailer. I'm worried all the good jokes will be in the trailers.
Still some cities open if (some of) you wanna see this on Wednesday
Universal Pictures Ticketing
A LOT more cities just opened up if any of you are still hoping to catch this in two days! Looks like you can still get a pass if you don't live in Canada
im looking forward to this
Saw this again, theater seemed to be really into it. It's a soft recommendation from me. I didn't like how some things in there felt very first draft, but the ineffible charms of the the three kids should win people over. Loved seeing the
musical montage again. Honestly, I'm just glad I have another comedy that succeeded in making me laugh quite a bit
Yeah, that first half or so felt like an assault of hit-or-miss jokes, like it had to come out of the gate hot. The editing was super hyper. I liked it when it finally settled in about the time of the frat house stuff. Loved the leads.
It’s funny how much this has in common with “Booksmart,” from two actors from it to the Run The Jewels song to the kind-of PC school stuff.
This is ok, few good laughs, worth a beer and Unlimited/A-List viewing.