Lindsay pays her debt to JJ. Jonas has totally flipped out back to Gene. Eric followed Lindsay and takes her away from camp. The Beehive rocks as Electro City starts. Coop freaks out as the Israeli ...
In reprising his role as Ben, Bradley Cooper shot all his scenes in one day. Initially, Cooper wasn't able to fly to the set in Los Angeles due to commitments with a Broadway play. The filmmakers opted to shoot his scenes in New York City until Cooper was nominated at the 87th Annual Academy Awards, prompting him to travel to Los Angeles. The plan was revamped to shoot Cooper's scenes in a single day, which was the last day of the show's production, on February 26, 2015. See more »
I have not seen the film this series is based on. But the series is just wonderful, charming, bizarre and a great deal of fun. Its like a parody on 80s teen movies but it ends up something much more. This alternative universe is a warm place to spend a couple of hours in. Paul Rudd is excellent as one of the lead character, he is overacting but so does everyone else in the cast, and it works. In some strange way it doesn't feel like a parody but more like a reality somewhere else. Like a movie started to become real and the characters live on far after the movie ended.
The cast is excellent and its just big names everywhere like Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Jason Schwartzman, Elisabeth Banks, Chris Pine and it goes on and on. And its great fun seeing this big names and some in minor parts building up this summer camp universe.
For everyone that likes bizarre, sometimes childish but still funny movies.
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