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Straight-A college student Jeff Chang has always done what's expected of him. But when his two best friends Casey and Miller surprise him with a visit for his 21st birthday, he decides to do the unexpected for a change, even though his critical medical school interview is early the next morning. What was supposed to be one beer becomes one night of chaos, over indulgence and utter debauchery.
Comedy - This is a crude, profane comedy aimed at the older teen and young
adult crowd, especially males, in the vein of The Hangover --
meaning virtually non-stop alcohol, raunchy humor, and profanity.
This is definitely not for kids. There are no big stars though the
leads would be familiar from recent high-profile films.
PROFANITY: Well over 30 F-words; well over 30 S-words; 2 GD's; many others. SEX/NUDITY: Sexual situations and unrelated nudity. VIOLENCE: Sexual situations and unrelated nudity. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Non-stop drinking; some marijuana. ACTION: Chases. COMEDY: Nonstop crude and alcohol-related verbal and physical humor; sex gags.
NY PostFull Review Very Poor Lucas and Moore keep coming up with wacky notions and leaving them dangling in the breeze, like the unclothed male butt cheeks they deliver in scene after scene after scene.
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We were only able to collect a dozen or so reviews since the audience for this movie isn't very interested in providing their reviews. From these few reviews it appears the males really enjoyed "21 and Over," but the ladies were a little less impressed.
Not long ago, Casey, Miller and Jeff Chang were as close as friends could be. Sure, Casey is a bit more buttoned-up compared to Miller's wild child, with Jeff Chang serving as their foil, studious and ambitious, but that's why they're best buddies; they complete each other. Going to different colleges may have put physical distance between them, but they're still as tight as ever. This trip to Northern Pacific University in Seattle is about attaining newfound glory; the three of them finally being able to party freely in the eyes of the law, unencumbered by the nuisance of fake IDs and bothersome bouncers. Only problem: Jeff Chang's overbearing Doctor-father has a Med School interview scheduled for 8AM the next morning, and he's determined his son follows in his footsteps as a physician. Luckily, Miller offers a compromise: only one drink, one single drink. It's only fair since he and Casey traveled all this way to surprise Jeff Chang, and they'll even have him back by midnight. Certainly sounds reasonable enough, until that one drink turns into many.
Barhopping for Jeff Chang's birthday is quickly becoming a night for the ages, complete with copious shots and mechanical-bull rides. Even Casey loosens up enough to hit it off with Jeff Chang's friend Nicole, a smoking hot coed. It's as though nothing can go wrong! That is, until Jeff Chang starts blacking out and it's time to take him home. Naturally, this should spell the end of the evening, only Miller and Casey are in unfamiliar territory; they have no idea where Jeff Chang lives!
With the hours till Jeff Chang's crucial interview ticking away, Casey and Miller embark on an epic quest to put their drunken friend to bed. Along their journey, they draw the ire of a Latina sorority, the NPU mascot, an angry buffalo, and Randy, Nicole's cheerleader boyfriend. But when their friendship is called into question, that turns out to be the biggest test of them all.