Overall Rank: 7312
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 81
Theatrical Release Date: 03/02/2012
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 06/19/2012
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Nima Nourizadeh
Actors: Thomas Mann, Jonathan Daniel Brown, Martin Klebba, Nichole Bloom, Sam Lant, Miles Teller
Plot: Three high school seniors looking to make a name for themselves decide to throw the ultimate party. As the night goes on, and the word spreads, things soon spiral out of control. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/14/2014
This movie is like the hangover but with found footage. project x. okay this movie had Bad review and I don't see why?.this movie was so funny that are almost drooped my drink.
philS - wrote on 12/06/2012
Absolute trash, not funny, not a good plot. Unless you are a very young immature teenager, you will hate this movie
Jacob Zembower - wrote on 07/11/2012
I'm completely split on this one. I know I should hate it, but the levels of mayhem that the party reaches is at once exciting, terrifying, and completely insane. Thomas is the only character that was appealing to me, cute, sympathetic, despite having one of the worst friends ever. Played my Oliver Cooper, playing one of the most insufferable and despicable characters to ever tarnish the screen, he really killed a lot of the film about me. It has some great moments, well maybe not great, but just entertaining in how chaos takes over. But it's so mean-spirited, sexist, homophobic, and juvenile that I just can't recommend it. If you are 15 or 17 you'll probably love it. But I can't recommend to everyone else.
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/07/2012
Total anarchy with illogical sequences (how accurate the filming was with Dax in certain locations and how it shifted to the person focused, why didn't the police come back immediately, how swiftly the police reacted to the fires, etc.). Watch it without kids, with an open mind or your favorite brewskie, and relish/compare it to the parties you've attended. Thomas (Thomas Mann), Costa (Oliver Cooper) and J.B. (Jonathan Daniel Brown) plans of throwing a party to become popular and "score" some. The father of Thomas thinks he is a loser. Kirby (Kirby Bliss Blanton) is a childhood friend of Thomas. Editing of the film was effective to keep it interesting. Music was very suited to the documentary like flick, which was well selected. Some lines were funny while most scenes were …
mitchellyoung - wrote on 07/19/2012
What a horrible film, through and through. And yet, with some important tweaks, it could have been great. What follows is no insightful social commentary or smart satire or simply lovable gross-out comedy. Project X fails not only on a thematic level, but also as a well-made movie, or a funny comedy. The three lead characters are thin caricatures of characters from past teen comedies, but, beyond a few establishing traits, we never get the chance to connect with them or care about them. Thus, when the mayhem begins, it's just that - soulless mayhem without point or consequence. Seeing a group of drunken high schoolers hook up, do drugs, break property, and eventually get beanbagged by police in riot gear is neither funny nor interesting after a while. If there is a plus, it's that …
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