If Harmony Korine‘s Spring Breakers is a little bit too odd for your tastes, another film is landing around the same time that aims to connect with those college and high school students that are on break. We already got a first trailer for 21 and Over, a comedy from the writers of The Hangover, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, but now a second one has landed.
This one is bit speedier, but running through most of the same gags. I actually had some juvenile fun with last March’s Project X and this one, seemingly selling to the same crowd, looks a touch more tame, but perhaps it will still be a undisciplined good time. Having recently seen the surprisingly funny Pitch Perfect, I’m also eager to see if Skylar Astin can sell a leading role again. Check out the new trailer below for the film also starring Miles Teller, Justin Chon, Sarah Wright, Francois Chau, Jonathan Keltz, Daniel Booko and Dustin Ybarra.
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 in this outrageous comedy.
21 and Over arrives on March 1st, 2013.
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