Sometimes in order to move forward, you have to go back. And in this raunchy comedy, Jim Owens does just that when he heads home for his high school reunion. In an attempt to relive the ...
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Sometimes in order to move forward, you have to go back. And in this raunchy comedy, Jim Owens does just that when he heads home for his high school reunion. In an attempt to relive the glory days with his boys and explore an old romance, he nearly destroys his hometown and friendships. Written by
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I couldn't make it through this film, turned it off after 30 painful
Stereotypes run rampant through the film. The "average" guys are hardly
average, they are glorified in all their mediocrity. Nobody in this
film seems real. Even the film score is painful, hardly representing
music from the early 90s.
The humor in this film is dull, really it is more for "successful"
folks to laugh at the losers they knew in high school. Basically it is
the writers' wet dream of going to their high school reunion to laugh
at all those poor sobs who didn't have the opportunity to make it to
the middle class. Shame on you.
The acting is woeful, the leads are basically movie stars trying to
pretend to be normal Americans. What a joke.
None of the main characters are likable, unless you can really relate
with them, in which case, I just feel sorry for you. Don't waste your
time with this one.
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