Project X

Project X

An out-of-control comedy that follows a group of buds who set out to throw the most epic 17th birthday party ever. The film documents a high school party that gets completely out of control, shot from the perspective of the digital cameras that the kids have with them. 1.0 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
Project X

Omniscore:

Certificate
Genre Comedy
Director Nima Nourizadeh
Cast Oliver Cooper, Jonathan Daniel Brown, Dax Flame, Nichole Bloom, Martin Klebba Thomas Mann
Studio Warner Bros UK
Release Date March 2012
Running Time 88 mins
 

An out-of-control comedy that follows a group of buds who set out to throw the most epic 17th birthday party ever. The film documents a high school party that gets completely out of control, shot from the perspective of the digital cameras that the kids have with them.

Reviews

Total Film

Total Film

Leaves a worst taste than a bowl of dodgy Doritos.

01/03/2012

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Empire Magazine

Chris Hewitt

Undoing, in one fell swoop, all the good work Chronicle did for the found-footage genre, Project X wants to be a love letter to movies like Weird Science, Porky’s and Superbad, with a little bit of producer Todd Phillips’ The Hangover thrown in for good measure. Instead it’s the cinematic equivalent of someone chucking a brick through your window, affixed to a dog turd in a box.

27/02/2012

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Time Out

Cath Clarke

Like The Hangover in a training bra, Project X chronicles the outrageous antics of a monster blow-out. Here it’s geeky teenage boys throwing an out-of-control house party in a plot that feels like it’s lifted from one of those articles the Daily Mail likes to scare the parents with: ‘Middle-class Kids On The Rampage!’

28/02/2012

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The Daily Telegraph

Robbie Collin

Project X’s title has no bearing on its premise: a teenage house party in a quiet Californian suburb that spirals out of control. Nor is it connected to the 1987 film of the same name in which Matthew Broderick rescues a band of tormented chimpanzees, unless perhaps the chimpanzees wrote it.

01/03/2012

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