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Critics Of "Project X (2012)"
John Hanlon Reviews
June 30, 2013 A politically-incorrect and surprisingly uneven teen comedy that 20-somethings will likely enjoy.Read in Source
September 30, 2012 Unlike prior 'house party' movies, Project X says nothing meaningful about its subject matter and, instead, paints teens as unlikeable and reckless automatons.Read in Source
March 02, 2012 "There's a midget in the oven!" is about as inspired as the dialogue and set pieces get in this queasy-making entertainment about a 17-year-old dude's birthday bacchanalia.Read in Source
April 03, 2013 PROJECT X is the male gaze substantiated and concentrated into ninety sweaty minutes.Read in Source
March 02, 2012 Ultimately, Project X is an example of why gimmicks rarely work, especially once the new shine has worn off.Read in Source
Minneapolis Star Tribune
March 05, 2012 This is a film desperately in need of a McLovin. Also, jokes would help. And comedic chemistry between the actors. And an ending that isn't a bolted-on cop-out. Save yourselves. It's too late for me.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
March 02, 2012 "Project X" bears a cravenly piggish attitude toward rewarding socially unacceptable behavior that feels unseemly rather than exciting, so-what rather than so-funny and obvious instead of new.Read in Source
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...