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Kirby Bliss Blanton
I watched this movie on the premiere in Hawaii and I must say I am impressed immensely. Okay; it isn't the greatest film of all time, but it's still pretty damn good, especially when you consider that just a few months ago these two kids were making amateur videos for Youtube. I heard a few complaints about how bad the story was and how it wasn't good quality, but you have to take Ryan and Sean's Not So Excellent Adventure for what it is; an entertaining, light hearted debut for two internet stars. Don't compare it to The Shawshank Redemption, because it is of a different species; it's a film you can just sit and watch all the way through giggling sometimes and you can come out the theater smiling.
The plot is okay; a film maker (played by Michael Buckley, who is also a Youtube celebrity) is about to be fired if he doesn't come up with a good project, so he finds these two guys (Ryan and Higa) on the internet. The jokes are pretty much the same as in the Youtube videos, a few jokes may have you in stitches even.
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