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The Captain Chicken sequence was filmed at 8118 Euclid Avenue. This location was originally KFC until it closed in 2010, and was vacant at the time of the movie's filming. The space later became a Vietnamese restaurant called Pho Viet and Grill in 2018 before closing again. See more »
When Roosevelt accidentally backs the car into the Captain Chicken statue, it leaves a huge dent in the rear end of the car. However, directly after the statue lands on the car and begins to hump it, the dent in the rear end has completely vanished. See more »
LIFE OF THE PARTY
Written by Rebecca Lynn Miller, Michael Rizzo (as Michael Rizzo, Jr.), and Stephen R. Migliore
Performed by Bex
Courtesy of Sybasonic Records
Under license by Ford Music Service See more »
Fun Size- *1/2 (out of four): There are more laughs and more fun in an episode of "Victorious" than in this farce of a film, which would have fared better had it been released straight to DVD. It is crudely written, the teenage qualms seem entirely artificial and clichéd. There are some funny and even sweet moments in it, but the bad outweighs the good here. It tries to pay homage to older (and better) teen flicks of the '80s, but it falls far short, emerging as little more than a comedy full of gags and stereotypical characters. It might be enjoyable for a small minority of people, but I'm sure most will be quite bored by it. Definitely one to skip.
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