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Staten Island Summer (2015)

R | | Comedy | 30 June 2015 (USA)
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Pals Danny and Frank spend the summer after high school working as lifeguards while figuring out their future.

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Krystal Manicucci
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Skootch
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Anthony
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Mary Ellen
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Victor
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Wendell
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Danny's Mom
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Rachel
Kellie Cockrell ...
Rebecca
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Danny, Frank, and the rest of the life guards at the Great Kills Swim Club decide to throw a killer party and hook up Danny with his childhood babysitter on his last weekend in town. Meanwhile, Chuck, the pool manager is the trying to shut them down. Written by Bobby Powell

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Rated R for sexuality/nudity, crude humor and language throughout, drug content and partying - all involving teens. | See all certifications »

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Estate a Staten Island  »

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The Great Kills Swim Club that they're at in the movie is a real swim club on Staten Island. See more »

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When getting the alcohol for the party, the cops say "Leave the Syrah" but then take a bottle of white wine (probably chardonnay, by the bottle shape). See more »

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Danny Campbell: [narrating] I grew up in Staten Island New York. It might not sound like it, but I did. For those of you who don't know, Staten Island is like Brooklyn and New Jersey had a baby. A baby that would up to be either a cop, or a fireman. And you know, some how it gets a bad rap, but really it's just like any other suburb. I mean, sure it looks like this
[tightly packed houses]
Danny Campbell: , and this
[store fronts]
Danny Campbell: . But what most people don't realize is that Staten Island also looks like this
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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Adam Driver/Chris Stapleton (2016) See more »

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The movie does not have a new unexpected idea but the cast did a great job with a good written script to be turn out like this.
4 July 2015 | by (Boston, MA, United States) – See all my reviews

So maybe there is a little bit of the "Project X" idea in this movie and to be precise it's no where as strong as project x but it was kind enjoyable with a handful of funny jokes despite the predictability on the story itself. Even though the idea is not that genuine but The plot is fresh the events roll in a good scale and the writing looked good, i had a couple laughs, some giggles .. i mean you gotta give it all to Colin Jost , man !! such a young talent with so much experience with "Saturday Night Live" , he surely stepped it up a lot.

As for the cast ,, mostly SNL cast plus the really funny dude Zack Pearlman , Graham Phillips form "The Good Wife" and Jackson Nicoll the kid from Jackass .. LOOOL i love his face :D so the cast are really good ,, and i think they are the ones who made the movie a bit more enjoyable... and i have to mention that their performance here is in so many levels much better than their "Balls Out(Intramural )" movie which been released last month.

Overall, the movie does not have a new surprisingly unexpected idea but the cast did one hell of a great job with somehow good written script to make it look like this.


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