Role Models (Bilingual)
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Prepare yourself for the most irreverent and funny comedy that brings new meaning to juvenile delinquency! As the world’s least-likely mentors, Danny (Paul Rudd) & Wheeler (Seann William Scott) must put aside their selfish, sarcastic and party-driven ways in order to give two odd, foul-mouthed kids invaluable wisdom about life, love and heavy metal. With a supporting cast of comic all-stars including Elizabeth Banks, Jane Lynch, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Bobb’e J. Thompson, Role Models is “a surprisingly clever comedy” (Claudia Puig, USA Today).
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Good movie, nothing spectacular but definitely a satisfying way to burn an hour and a half. 30-somethings still seeking direction in life will no doubt relate to these two lovable losers. The movie strikes an odd balace between being crude and vulgar and between coming across as a movie for young kids. Recommended viewing.
Role Models is the kind of movie that I can watch pretty much at any time. Much like Tropic Thunder, Knocked Up, or Superbad it just always makes me laugh no matter my mood. If you like that type of movie, go for it. If you find that kind of movie stupid, overly vulgar, and annoying then stay away and grow a sense of humour.
If you also happen to be a Kiss fan, much like Scott's character Wheeler, you'll be in ecstacy here. I won't spoil it for you except to say the soundtrack is loaded with Kiss hits, there's lots of Kiss-related humour, and you get to see four dudes wearing Kiss makeup. That's all I'm going to say.
In supporting roles we have the very talented Elizabeth Banks as Beth, but just playing a stereotypical role here: The successful girl who's dumping her ambitionless boyfriend. In a far more interesting role is Jane Lynch, an extremely talented actress who's really had a lot of exposure thanks to Christopher Guest's films. Her ex-crack addict character is just the right amount of creepy and funny, a balance she pulls off expertly. There's also a young man named Bobb'e J. Thompson who has simply mastered the fine art of swearing. Where they found this kid, I don't know. Why his parents let him even read this script let alone say these lines, I don't know. I am however grateful that they did.Read more ›
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I generally enjoy anything with Paul Rudd in it. This movie isn't an Academy Award candidate, but I felt there were enough laughs to make it worthy. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kasloguy
Quirkky with two "k"s. A delightful romp with word play, disgust at childhood values and bonding between folk of different ages hoping to fit in and find something. Read morePublished on Aug. 31 2013 by eeyoore