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New Film Alert: Project X

Submitted by on November 6, 2011 – 5:37 pmNo Comment
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Every once in a while, a film comes along that redefines youth culture. We saw it happen with Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, The Breakfast Club, and a few others.

In March 2012, it looks as though it might just happen again with a film whose storyline is not quite clear. Project X, as the film is named, is all about a couple of 17-year-old outcasts who just want to be cool. Of course, to be cool in high school means reckless behavior, parties, alcohol and sex.

So what do the social misfits choose to do? Throw a wild birthday party that’ll be sure to make them known all over their school and town. The parents are away, and they have the house to themselves. Seems pretty harmless, right? At the most, someone gets hungover or neighbors call the police due to noise. Happens in pretty much every teen movie you’ve ever seen, right?

Wrong. In this film, things go horribly wrong. How wrong, you ask? See for yourselves.

Not quite your average house party. These kids have lost their natural minds, and the whole thing is caught on tape using the “found footage” format (think the Paranormal Activity series or The Blair Witch Project). Of course, Project X is produced by Todd Phillips, the director of Old School and The Hangover.

It’s always refreshing to see a film trailer that doesn’t give everything away. Plenty of questions abound from the trailer, and all should be answered within the first quarter of next year.

Project X is scheduled for release March 2, 2012.

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