21 and Over: A Comedy Film Worth Watching

Article by Gai DaGai

21 & Over was written by, and the directorial debut of, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, writers of The Hangover. This was a comedy film, bring laughter to the subject of an Asian student (Jeff Chang) who presented to be straight A’s and his father wanted him to become a doctor. But the day before his big interview, he went out to celebrate his 21st birthday.

Throughout the movie I was laughing from beginning to end! This movie will definitely bring some laughter to your casual day. Not only will it make you laugh, but It will also get you thinking “whattt, no way!” Because this movie is that crazy and that funny! The crazy things a teen can do these days and if you are a parent this movie can show you what your child could be doing during parties.

The only thing bad about this movie to me was that fact that the movie left me hanging on how did Jeff Chang and his relationship with his father turnout to be. Overall this was a great comedy to watch. And I would recommend this to anyone who need a laugh in their day.

Justin Chon (Justin Jitae Chon is an American actor, known for portraying Eric Yorkie in The Twilight Saga film series ) stars alongside Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect), and Miles Teller (Footloose) in 21 AND OVER, a film that is sure to make you reminisce about you and your crew’s own wild adventures. Opening in theaters on March 1st, 2013 – be sure to blackout the date!

Photo credit: Peshean Zhang

Watch the trailer now on YouTube at:
Trailer #1: http://youtu.be/yg6uXk53MDA
Trailer #2: http://youtu.be/Z8GTuWUFqdU

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