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Imagine a party without limits, a party with dozens of hundreds of people. Project X is betting on the concept "Found Footage", which for some time until now has charmed Hollywood. There are several examples of this type of film, and everything started with "The Blair Witch Project." To continue reading this analysis click "read more"!
In this film we follow the "adventure" of three students of the senior year of high school that, in a desperate attempt to leave their name in history, try to organize the biggest party ever made! The birthday of Thomas Cubb proved to be the perfect excuse and then comes the idea of a party that, at first, would be limited to a certain number of people. The big problem was that the news went spreading. Facebook, Craig`s list or even among friends all got to know of the event and this was the beginning of the end.
Although the entire film is seen through a perspective of a camera (recorded by Dax, one of their friends) sometimes gets a bit annoying to watch all the movement of the video recorded. Nothing prohibitive for movie viewing.
Despite being a film that follows the steps of many teen comedies (American Pie, Van Wilder, etc.), it tries to transmit a bit of reality to point out three major steps: preparation of the plan - Action - Consequence.
For me it wasn`t an excellent movie, but it can entertain (with its ups and downs).
On a scale of 0 to 10:
6,0 / 10