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(2886) 7.0 91 min 2019

Big Time Adolescence is a movie starring Griffin Gluck, Emily Arlook, and Michael Devine. A suburban teenager comes of age under the destructive guidance of his best friend, an aimless college dropout.

Pete Davidson, Griffin Gluck, Emily Arlook, Michael Devine
Jason Orley

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Jason Orley
Writer Jason Orley
Stars Pete Davidson, Griffin Gluck, Emily Arlook, Michael Devine
Country USA
Runtime 1H 31M
Description A suburban teenager comes of age under the destructive guidance of his best friend, an aimless college dropout.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 03 Nov 2020 19:49

this is one of my favorite comedies. it is definitely one of the more hidden gems in the comedies field, it really doesn't matter if it was intentionally made for a different audience than what people think. it's not meant to be a complete joke. it's meant to be a parody and it succeeds to some extent. in fact, it is a perfect satire on the 90s and the events in it. so many people were so taken by the lack of realism, the content of the movie is more like what would happen in real life and the messages are almost always interesting and left for the viewer to discover for themselves. my favorite scene in the movie is when Mr. Mora plays the father-figure role in the movie and talks about his son, I actually laughed out loud because it is so clever and it makes me laugh so hard and because the kid is so annoying. except for the movie and the rating of 8.2, i think i would've given the movie a higher rating. there are few scenes where the movie would have been perfect if it was a complete comedy. like the scene where the kid leaves the movie theater and his parents tell him about his mother's death and he tries to get back into the movie theater and then the audience tells him that he's annoying and tells him that he just met his mother and he should stop acting like a brat. and when the kid tries to get back in the movie theater the mom stops him and tells him that he is being annoying and that he's in the wrong theater. but the mom is also trying to get him into the movie, but he refuses. then the movie ends and the audience watches the credits and laughs. the movie is not a perfect one. but it does a good job at being funny and entertaining, a perfect movie for a night with friends to laugh, a fun movie to watch with your family and also a movie that is worth watching. i don't think it was a good choice to make a movie that was meant to be for the kids, but i think it is a perfect choice to make a movie that could be used as an example for parents to tell their children about the bad things that could happen in their lives.
Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 02:13

I am a huge fan of anything with Zac Efron and I have been for awhile, and it seems like the most recent Adam Sandler movie I have seen that has been new and fresh to me is This Is the End. What you get is this "low budget" film that I would call low budget (in the sense that it was shot, but then not so much as to seem a "high budget" film) but is not really low budget and is actually made with a lot of love and care. The premise of the film is a little too tame for my taste, but in all honesty, I really don't see the point of it all. Adam Sandler is a great director and I also love the cast of This is the End, so I do not have a problem with this film at all. What I do have a problem with is how people make negative comments about this film. People always get so angry about their favorite films and the hate on this film seems to be so over the top and so uncalled for. I have a feeling that Adam Sandler has done much better films than this one. I do not think that this film is at all awful or even bad, but the fans need to see this film. We have not seen anything like this since The Wedding Singer, but I do not want to see something like that. If I did not like this film, it would not have made a lot of sense to me. We see people around us hate a film, and if I didn't like that film, I wouldn't understand why so many people hated it. I believe that most people hate something that they don't understand. I mean, we hate low budget films, but that is not the same as saying that we hate low budget films because it is so poorly made. I would not say that this film was horrible, I have seen films that are awful, and I have seen films that are terrible, and I am not trying to say that I am negative. I am just saying that you need to see this film, and you need to understand that this is the end of Adam Sandler in this film. I will be down from this movie as long as there is a movie. 7/10
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020 20:27

A rambling odyssey through the nether regions of teen angst and pro-social networking. The film starts with a couple's brief, sometimes distressing love affair, then backtracks to one of the characters' own personal crisis. The film then becomes more of a reportage of their personal life, with snippets of their exploits from past indiscretions. A couple after their brother and sister's wedding, now having lost both parents to suicide, decide to do what's best for themselves, the only problem being that those closest to them are lukewarm towards their decision. The female protagonist tries to make friends and use a social networking site to find an old-age care center, and the male protagonist takes to AOL chat rooms to find a date. The boy who meets the girl in person, gets advice from the man who used to date her and then went on to be his girlfriend, but the other guys aren't so understanding. Through all this, the two protagonists have to deal with real life dilemmas, such as getting a job, finding the perfect photo, and so forth. The two main characters feel as though they're two separate people who are running in different directions, and despite the underlying theme, there's no clear path for the two to meet each other. There are minor musical numbers, flashbacks, and scenes of surreality, but that's about it. I have to say that despite its flaws, I found it to be an entertaining, albeit disjointed, watch. There are lots of jokes, as expected, but I also found myself giggling out loud a few times. This film is worth watching if you're into a disjointed, little-seen, but occasionally cute and entertaining rom-com.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 23:27

The story revolves around two boys who go through adolescence. One is on a very bad mood, the other is more cheerful, but who is actually just like any other teenager in that he doesn't really care for the others. The funny part is that one of them is just like a stranger that is not liked by anyone and the other is a normal teenager. But the bad mood, the constant mood swings, the loneliness, the bad grades, the absent friends, and the family problems that everyone wants so badly to fix cause they are a part of a fragile group that needs to be fixed in order to be accepted are the main themes of this film. The protagonist is interested in building a friendship with a girl he meets who is in a band that is already successful, but she doesn't want to be part of that. But he soon learns that there is a more important motive to that friendship. Not only does he want to help her in order to join that band, he wants to be with her as well and that is the main reason he wants to build that friendship with her. So the main scene is that when he is in her band, he wants to help her, but in the end he doesn't want to be part of that band, and in the end he doesn't care about the group, the band, the band member, and that is the main problem that everyone wants to fix in order to be accepted. That's a theme that will give you a little laugh, but it is also a very important theme that will push you to watch the film, to try to see what happens next, and to be able to laugh about it. That is the main reason why this film is very important to anyone who likes to laugh, or who is a person who can understand other people and to help them to be accepted. The story is very simple, but it is so much deeper than what you might expect. The acting is excellent and I could never find any actor, the director included, that didn't give an excellent performance. Overall, I highly recommend this film to anyone who likes to laugh, or anyone who is interested in understanding the human mind and to try to understand that all people, especially teenagers, are unique, unique, unique and it's up to them to be accepted. Well, if you are like me, and if you are interested in understanding teenagers, and want to learn more about teenage development and how teenagers deal with changes in the world, and what makes them strong and how teenagers will often be misunderstood, then this film is for you. The film is fun to watch, and I recommend it to anyone who has an interest in teenagers or teenage

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