Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to overlook the fact that this series would feature dramatically different endings if their missions were, in fact, impossible and instead just sit back and enjoy.
I highly recommend you choose to accept the mission.
Yes, I am fully aware that this film came out roughly two years ago. And, yes, I saw it at that time. BUT, I completely forgot that I had written a review for it and recently rediscovered the file. As a film I thoroughly enjoyed, I figured it’d be okay to share it 100 weeks late.
Lerman brings to life one of literature’s most complex teens.
For most teenagers, high school’s a tough enough place even when you have things pretty well figured out. But when you’re awkward, quiet, and frequently emotional for reasons you can’t understand, it’s downright painful.
Touted as this summer’s ultimate buddy cop movie, Let’s Be Cops launches right into a stream of one-liners, cop movie clichés, and situational absurdities without so much as reading your Miranda rights.
Don’t even bother seeing it. It’s the same exact case, and they solve it the same exact way as last time. Or at least that’s what they half-heartedly try to make you believe throughout the entire film.
In reality, you need to watch where you step because Vietnamese Jesus is drippin’ swagoo all over this sequel.
It remains to be seen whether the antics of Neighbors’ Delta Psi house can live up to the frat legends seen throughout the history of film. As it stands now, I’m not convinced that pledges would be making Delta Psi their first choice.