Movie review: 'Project X'
Does the success of the 'found footage' genre still work when applied to the raunch-comedy formula of 'Project X'? Or is this party just a hollow dud? Read our review.
As some of you might know, he co-wrote Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and more recently he co-wrote Project X and 21 Jump Street. Trust me, after you see both of these upcoming films, you're going to want Bacall writing more comedies as
When we saw the original trailer for Project X, we thought it looked like a fun party flick. Now, upon seeing the red band trailer, it appears what we saw was a candy coated version of what this movie really is. We're talking layers of candy, some
"Project X" follows three high school seniors on a mission to throw a party that no one will ever forget. The “Project X” website describes the movie as “a warning to parents and police everywhere.” Ruined dreams, blemished records and new legends are
The film adaptation of Dr. Seuss' celebrated children's story hopes to match the $39 million debut of "Rango" a year ago; "Project X" is the latest found-footage movie to hit the multiplex.