Rated R · 88 minutes · 2012

The “found-footage” gimmick is applied to the teen-party genre, with mostly lousy results. The script for this movie is no better than one of the American Pie direct-to-video sequels. While a bunch of teens getting together and throwing a wild party has been funny in the past, it is not funny here, thanks to a mostly unmemorable cast. Very few of the gags work, and this is all stuff we’ve seen done better before. However, Project X is making a ton of money, and a sequel is already in the works. The found-footage thing is here to stay. Dammit.

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Official Site: projectxmovie.warnerbros.com
Director: Nima Nourizadeh
Producer: Todd Phillips, Joel Silver, Scott Budnick, Andrew Rona, Alex Heineman and Marty P. Ewing
Cast: Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper, Jonathan Brown, Dax Flame, Kirby Blanton, Brady Hender, Nick Nervies, Alexis Knapp, Miles Teller, Peter Mackenzie, Caitlin Dulany, Rob Evors, Rick Shapiro, Martin Klebba, Pete Gardner and Nichole Bloom


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Creative Loafing Atlanta Hollywood Product: Project X Director Nima Nourizadeh and producer Todd Phillips reinvent teen comedy with this fresh but over-the-top misadventure. by Edward Adams 03/02/2012
Style Weekly Party Down “Project X” takes teen comedies to a whole new level. by Wayne Melton 03/06/2012
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Project X, A Separation, Dr. Seuss' The Lorax and other film events around town. 03/01/2012
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The Coast Halifax Project X is shit Super-lame teen boy fantasy perpetuates stereotypes by Molly Segal 03/01/2012
Portland Mercury Teenage Wasteland Project X: The "X" stands for ecstasy! by Alison Hallett 03/01/2012

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