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21-and-over-dvd.34028207
4.1 out of 10

21 And Over

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Bruce722, Metacritic
21 July 2014
  • Summary: 21 & Over was absolutely hilarious. It's essentially a lower budget and more youthful version of The Hangover and it delivers with the same type of humor. The acting is adequate enough by the main stars and the events that happen during the night make you laugh from almost beginning to end. The film doesn't take long to get into the plot and you ride the wave until the credits roll. There 21 & Over was absolutely hilarious.
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lordslayer, Metacritic
16 February 2014
  • Summary: Mix "The Hangover" with "Projet X" and add some "Superbad" and you'll get this, nonsense comedy about becoming an adult, getting **** and causing mayhem! We all laughed our heads off.
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Tss5078, Metacritic
27 November 2013
  • Summary: 21 & Over is the directorial debut from the writers of the Hangover trilogy, and it could have easily been called The Hangover Jr. It's Jeff Chang's 21st birthday and his High School friends show up to take him out. With a big interview in the morning, the boys are planning on taking it easy, but things don't quite turn out that way.
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Kiva, Metacritic
23 August 2013
  • Summary: 21 & over has only bad thing. It hasn't got many laughs as the trailer promises. Despite that, it's a good comedy with a really good concept (which reminded me a lot ''Hangover'') and a really good cast. It seems a little like a copy of The Hangover but it surely isn't so funny. You will enjoy it and I think if you like Old school, Superbad and Hangover you will like that movie. It's a 21 & over has only bad thing. It hasn't got many laughs as the trailer promises.
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survivorfan989, Metacritic
24 July 2013
  • Summary: Fans of The Hangover and Superbad will be right at home here with this hilarious 'coming-of-age' Comedy that might be pretty similar to those other ones out there, but at the end of the day they are highly entertaining and nothing but fun to watch when you are with mates. The characters are likable and its a well-written storyline despite being a little on the predictable side.
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hoops2448, Metacritic
4 June 2013
  • Summary: Movie studios like burning off their comedies in March before the summer blockbusters hit so that they stand a chance, they also burn off bad films here too. Luckily enough 21 & Over isn't much like fellow party comedy Project X which was released last March and felt more like burn off than valid comedy.
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Forrestgump1, Metacritic
4 June 2013
  • Summary: "While its not going to be an "instant classic" nor is up to par with Project X. But 21 & Over is not afraid to take some jokes to a new level, while the overall vibe is silly & pointless. This is a night that deep down we all dream of living at some point" .
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epicmorganguy, Metacritic
17 March 2013

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MarcDoyle, Metacritic
7 March 2013
  • Summary: Much funnier than expected and clearly better than a 34. The taller kid does his best Vince Vaughn "tribute", and he's serviceable. His more sincere counterpart is a decent straight. Jeff Chang fills his role nicely and he's endearing enough for you to pull for him, especially during the extended getting-drunk sequence. I appreciate his breakin' and his application of his drivers Much funnier than expected and clearly better than a 34.
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JonnCommen, Metacritic
3 March 2013
  • Summary: I don't even..my brain does not understand the immense stupidity and Idiocy in this movie. This will only appeal to the average 15 18 year old moron who thinks life is about partying and how taking responsibility is for losers. Please for the sake of keeping your IQ at a decent level, do not watch this!
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