Excerpt: Project X is stupid. Not because of the kids throwing the party that somehow draws 1,500 people. Not because it actually expects an audience to be convinced that only one neighbor would call the cops on a party stretching across multiple lawns.
Summary: From first-time director Nima Nourizadeh, 'Project X' is a weak attempt at raunchy entertainment about a trio kids throwing a house party which goes horribly wrong. With no redeeming value whatsoever but an endless barrage of debased teenage behavior, it tries to recapture the teen-sex comedies of...
Conclusion: Don't worry, I'll spare you the repeat rant. If you decide to brave the Project X waters, you'll be treated to a faithful AV presentation (flaws and all) and a nearly barebones supplemental package built around three mercifully short featurettes.
Conclusion: I kind of wish Project X could have been even more soulless, even wilder, and plot-less. It could have been an interesting experiment that lived up to its name. Instead of raising the bar for the teen comedy, Project X starts to lift and then just pukes all over it.
Excerpt: Like a short-sighted high schooler who thinks his entire life will change if he gets the girl, Project X is in dogged pursuit of a single goal: to film the wildest, most debauched party of all time.
Excerpt: If I were 14 years old, I'd think Project X was the greatest movie I'd ever seen. At 36, let's just say I have some reservations. The film's biggest problem--indeed, the one that will prove a deal-breaker for most viewers of reasonable maturity and intelligence--is that the entire endeavor is based...
Excerpt: There’s a lot to dislike about Project X . It’s a teen comedy seemingly designed to celebrate every retrograde “yo, bro” beer-and-bimbos attitude associated with hard-partying men and the teenage boys who badly want to be them.