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Current Rating: 3.74

Current Rating: 3.74

based on 58 votes and 19 reviews

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  • 5 stars Honestly, it's a 3.5-4 star movie. But I gave it a five to bring up the rating because all the 1-star ratings are BS. This is a hilarious movie. Yes, there's a lot of swearing. If you have a problem with this, it's your fault for not researching it first. Rating R doesn't mean it's a kids movie.
  • 1 stars I wanted to rate 0 stars. Very stupid and trying to copy Hangover with Asian guy. I couldn't wait for it to be over.
  • 2 stars This is kind of a bore. Not very funny.
  • Ok is there a -stars arae, if there was I would rate this with theat horrd movie a few years back The Duks of Hazz. There was so much unnessassary bad language to start off with that I could hardly bear to wacth in fact, we walked out after 45 minutes & knew we wasted our money & Time. The one star, is the acting was ok.
  • 1 stars To be honest, 18 Again was better.
  • 1 stars worst movie I have ever seen. Don't know how it made the big screen. Don't waste your time.
  • 5 stars I'm a 49 year old woman and I loved this movie....very funny....will become a cult classic....right amount of balance between humour and concern for the characters. Awesome!!
  • 4 stars Movie was funny, and for others who said its just another movie about booze, partying and popularity, well DUH!Read the title
  • 4 stars I feel like I have Changnesia after watching this movie. Please help me find my parents.
  • 4 stars crazy funny, and first time an East Asian American 'born local' is included as a peer friend, not an outcast/dupe/comic relief only character, but 'one of us' than 'one of them'; includes unseen 'kiss/touch a white girl' first, even if in party fun, and not romantically. challenging old stereotypes: thumbs up; and a step in the right direction better representing America than not. (2 other same-aged characters were East-Asian Americans males and had talking parts, rather than as background 'silent extras'.) now the cast look realistically rounded w/ a 'Jeff Chang'! than peculiarly 'all-caucasians' with the odd black guy. worth the see.

21 & Over

Genre:  Comedy
Running Time:  93 min.
Release Date: March 1, 2013
DVD: June 18, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 3.74
based on 58 votes and 19 reviews
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Cast: Miles Teller, Sarah Wright, Justin Chon, Jonathan Keltz, Skylar Astin