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Plot: Wren's Halloween plans go awry when she's made to babysit her brother, who disappears into a sea of trick-or-treaters. With her best friend and two nerds at her side, she needs to find her brother before her mom finds out he's missing. Runtime: 86 mins Release Date: 25 Oct 2012
Just went to see this today. I am a huge Victoria Justice fan.Just a fun movie from beginning to end. Not even a single second where it isn't entertaining. Everyone in the cast did a great job and there were some really fun cameos from stars like Abby Elliot, Johnny Knoxville, and singer Carly Rae Jepsen.Also, if you are a Beastie Boys fan you seriously don't want to miss this movie. I'm not gonna give away why but when you see the movie you will know what I'm talking about.Victoria Justice is a great TV star and has now made the transition into great movie star. Too bad this <more>
movie bombed at the box office. Hopefully it will do better on DVD.An instant classic and a movie I plan on watching over and over again. Oh and I can't forget to mention Chelsea Handler, her role was not too big but she pulled off comedy and drama equally well and almost brought a tear to my eye in one scene. I can't say enough about how much I loved this movie. The definition of fun.
AWESOME movie. Am I missing something? (by claymation8)
After reading the reviews on IMDb, I was hesitant to watch the movie. I love every single actor or actress in the film, so I didn't understand why I was so nervous to order it off iO; however, I did it anyway, with the slight hope I'd get a really cool movie.Am I glad that I ordered it. I watched the movie with my younger sister, 12, and I'm 16, and we both fell in love with this movie. I get that the whole Nickelodeon-distribution thing is a bit weird for a movie that has some teenage elements involved. But, I don't think that such a trivial concern should make the move <more>
suddenly "terrible" - and here are the reasons why.First off, there was not a boring moment in the film. Yeah, it was short, but I'd rather be left wanting more than being in a situation where I'm itching for it to end. It was short and sweet, and that was a good thing.Secondly, each character was a different manifestation of high school: geeky, innocent, desperate, misunderstood. It was, to someone in high school, refreshing to see such existent stereotypes be brought to the screen.Thirdly, the acting by each of the performers showcasing such stereotypes was genius. Victoria Justice fit the role perfectly, and showed the final need to move on from her past in an innocent yet heartfelt way. Jane Levy proved to both of us that she has a long career ahead of her, and spectacularly nails her role as the hungry-to-be-cool yet compassionate April. Thomas Mann, playing Roosevelt, shows off nerdy without overkill, and makes the audience root for him as the movie goes on. Chelsea Handler - Wren's mom - also nails her role, and makes us teenagers see that there will always be a time to grow up; her acting was really great in this!Lastly, the music. The music was hip yet appropriate for the film's climactic moments, and groups like Sleeping At Last and Milo Greene orchestrate a perfect underscore to the coming- of-age film. It really puts the audience member into the situation - the crazy, adventurous, journey, for that matter.For all of these reasons combined, I urge people to give this film the proper attention it deserves without judging it as a risky Nickelodeon move. Yeah, they cursed a few times, and some "older" subjects were discussed, but as my 12 year old sister can support, "I've heard worse."
Fun Size is a great comedy for anyone over the age of 10. It delivers good laughs, a few sentimental moments, and a great main character who displays good moral judgement and is intelligent, she is played by Victoria Justice. The supporting characters are engaging as well, especially the little brother. Most of the characters are believable in the choices and actions that they make. The humor can be a little gross at times but it never crosses into the crass. The movie is not too long so it can keep viewers engaged throughout. I went with two preteens and they absolutely loved the movie and <more>
all three of us were laughing out loud throughout. I am usually not interested in watching a movie more than once, but I would not mind seeing this again. As soon as it is out on Blu Ray it will be added to our home movie collection.
Saw it this morning, it was pretty funny, its the tongue in cheek, slap stick kinda movie. some people take this stuff way to serious instead of enjoying the crazy-ness. Johnny Knoxville as always ridiculously entertaining. as always critics overlook or simply hate on movies like this, which is ashame.
Better than expected (by Tomadour)
I could not understand the low rate of this movie. I thought it was an horror comedy movie but it is really a comedy.I started laughing in the beginning and the best character is Albert, the 8 years old boy that needs to be babysitted because his widow mother has a party with her new 26 year old boyfriend.The nerds are great, specially the jap/korean/oriental guy, I do not know where he comes from.The scene in the chicken fast food is hilarious.Maybe everybody was expecting a more sexual content like in the OC but the director delivered very well. It has lost some timing near the end but the <more>
last scene with Albert made me give this movie an 8.
Now here is one Fun-Sized flick that may get some parents in an uproar: "Fun Size" is an amusing 86-minute distraction from Nickelodeon Productions that's rated "PG-13" and that alone should caution some parents that this teen flick may not be all that appropriate for anyone - obviously - who is under the age of 13.For a brief 86 minutes, the "PG-13" rating actually means something again.But I digress. By virtue of the mere fact that it's produced by Nickelodeon, there are some misguided parents who will no doubt take their kids to see it anyway. Hence, <more>
the confusion over some irate parents who don't think it's appropriate for their young ones.I'm 27. I grew up when Nickelodeon was still catering almost exclusively to the entertainment demands of kids and still had a smidgen of intelligence . Then during the mid-1990s, the channel began a massive face-palming descent into idiocy as it began replacing staples of its animated and live-action programming with idiotic crap. "Doug" and "Rugrats" soon gave way to "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "The Wild Thornberrys."The channel briefly redeemed itself with the Japanese Anime'-inspired animated fantasy-adventure series "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and later its follow-up, "The Legend of Korra" .In more recent years, however, Nickelodeon seems to be catering almost exclusively to the demands of teenagers, with shows like "iCarly," "Zoey 101," and "Victorious" ruling the airwaves; I actually really liked "iCarly" and "Victorious" - before Nick unceremoniously canceled them.And this is how we arrived at this new film from Josh Schwartz - the creator of "The O.C." and "Gossip Girl" who makes his directorial debut here, while working from Max Werner's screenplay. "Fun Size" takes equal bits of classic teen flicks such as "Sixteen Candles" 1984 and "Adventures in Babysitting" 1987 . Whipsmart high school geeky nobody Wren Victoria Justice, of the aforementioned "Victorious" gets invited to a Halloween-night bash headed by the hunky Aaron Riley Thomas McDonnell , who has a habit of dressing up as the lead character from his favorite movies, in this case Johnny Depp's Capt. Jack Sparrow from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" film series.Her plans get sidetracked when her cradle-robbing widowed mother Joy Chelsea Handler gets invited to a grown-ups-only Halloween party of her own by her current immature man-boy obsession Keevin John Pence . This means that Wren must now babysit her eight-year-old younger brother Albert Jackson Nicoll , who hasn't spoken a single word in almost year, ever since the death of their father. But also like their father, Albert still maintains a strong penchant for crude pranks and general raising hell whenever the opportunity presents itself.Things get complicated when trick-or-treating during the course of the night, Albert winds up missing thus becoming the unlikely companion of a slightly miffed convenience store clerk named Fuzzy - played by Thomas Middleditch - on his Halloween-night quest of vengeance against his ex-girlfriend and her new boy-toy and it's up to Wren, her best friend April Jane Levy and two nerdy classmates - Roosevelt Thomas Mann, of "Project X" and Peng Osric Chau - to track him down and get him back home before her mother finds out. The story's central emotional tussle is Wren realizing her mutual attraction to her nerdy, E.O. Wilson-obsessed classmate Roosevelt - who actually understands her lousy jokes about not only biologist E.O. Wilson, but also Ruth Bader Ginsberg - rather than the hunky Aaron Riley."Fun Size" offers a nice performance from Victoria Justice as the high-strung, improbably gorgeous nerdy-girl Wren. And Thomas Mann turns in another great Everyman role as he did in "Project X" as her true love Roosevelt. But of course, it's young Jackson Nicoll who has the most fun as Albert, the Tasmanian Devil eight-year-old kid from hell. "Fun Size" also does manage to produce some genuinely funny moments here & there, although some of these moments may fly over the heads of parents who may be shaking their heads at some of the cruder material. But that's why "Fun Size" is rated "PG-13," in addition to some decidedly rough language in more than a few spots. And then there's comedienne Chelsea Handler's Halloween get-up as a "Hit Me Baby One More Time"-era Britney Spears, attire she wears out of profound grief for the death of her husband.Lastly, there's also a nice twist near the end of the picture involving, all else, the Beastie Boys, from their "Licensed to Ill" era back in the mid-'80s."Fun Size" is 86 minutes of pure fun, fun, fun!8/10
Teenager Wren Victoria Justice had been looking forward to going with best friend and social climber April Jane Levy to the Halloween party at the hot guy's house. She is therefore devastated when Mom Chelsea Handler lands her with taking younger brother Albert Jackson Nicoll trick or treating so that Mom, dressed inappropriately as Britney Spears as schoolgirl, can go on Halloween party date with hot young stud Keevan, her first date after being widowed. Albert is a sugar junkie given to straight-faced practical jokes, and hasn't spoken since Dad died. And it isn't long <more>
before Albert disappears. So far so familiar.And, in fact, what follows is moderately familiar, too: there are no huge surprises in this comedy of teen misadventures. I left this film somewhat puzzled as to who it is aiming at. It is far too raunchy to be a family film, but it is far tamer than the current brand of teen comedies dating back to Superbad. There is mild bad language but no f-bombs. There is a moderate amount of sex-related conversation, but nothing hugely explicit.What there is, however, is a feeling of niceness. Miss Justice, who I had not encountered before, is a very pretty girl who exudes wholesomeness somewhat in the Mary Elizabeth Winstead mould , and the various romantic meanderings go pleasingly, if unsurprisingly, exactly where you expect them to. The death of Wren's and Albert's father gives the film a heart and some depth, but isn't overplayed. April's social climbing is obnoxious but with some character development. And much of the film is amusing, albeit without belly laughs.I enjoyed this film while recognising that it was nothing special, and I look forward to seeing more of Miss Justice in future.