Michael Cera, Frankie Muniz, and Jamie Kennedy headline this raunchy send-up of teen sex comedies co-scripted by a team of writers including Saturday Night Live cast mates Will Forte and Andy Samberg, and directed by Not Another Teen Movie scribes Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson.I caught this flick before it was released and had no idea what it was about. Ladies and gentlemen this flick has cracked my top ten on the list of the worst movies ever made. The film, if you can even call it that, has no virtually no story or plot. The only tolerable bit was Cera, and it's only because he sells it, not the writing.
The title instantly gives you a bad feeling all over. For the love of god and all that is good, never watch this trash.
Is it really one of those franchise " ______ Movie". There seems to be a general rule of thumb now that a "Movie" franchise film is only really half-decent if Aaron Seltzer & Jason Friedberg aren't involved with the production.
It’s there that the eager rookie gets his first sense of the wild life to come when a mad-hatter senior broker (Matthew Mc Conaughey) takes him out for a three-martini lunch that also includes enough white powder for a killer day at Big Bear.
Nobody, that is, save for a storefront brokerage in a Long Island strip mall, where the slovenly staff unloads worthless penny stocks on cold-called clients for 50% commissions, and where Belfort sticks out like a Savile Row suit on a Kmart clearance rack.
The people behind "Extreme Movie" are the same people who brought you "Not Another Teen Movie" which is one of the better spoof movies of recent years.
This is not the kind of movie you'd let grandma watch. There is one character that runs throughout the entire film and he tries to get the girl. This "film" is an embarrassment for all involved and should be locked away with films like Belly or Carnivore. Matthew Lillard some unknown reason inter cuts the sketches with unoriginal jokes that your father probably knows. Stars like Jamie Kennedy, Matthew Lillard, Frankie Muniz and Michael Cera. A kid buys a sex toy, a life like vagina and the entire skit is his relationship with it, it becomes jealous and kills itself.Obstacles pop up left and right, as the adventure gets wilder and wilder. Around the Fire is the deeply resonant story of a boy named Simon, who despite being raised in an upper-class Manhattan household with all its privileges--and restrictions--is haunted by ...But the hired "kidnappers" turn out to be ex-cons with a plan of their own, and the extreme date escalates out of control.