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Project X (18)


3 high school seniors throw a birthday party to make a name for themselves. As the night progresses, things spiral out of control as word of the party spreads.

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The critical consensus

Project X has a dark, twisted edge to it. Just don’t try this at home, kids.

***(*)(*)James Mottram, The List, 01/03/2012

Overall, it’s flamboyantly loathsome on every imaginable level, and a great many unimaginable ones besides.

Robbie Collin, The Telegraph, 01/03/2012

For every high there’s a crash-and-burn comedown. It’s hard to see yourself watching this again.

Dan Brightmore, Little White Lies, 01/03/2012

Sickening on every level.

*(*)(*)(*)(*)Rob Carnevale, The Herald, 01/03/2012

An exhausting, politically incorrect romp that revisits every cliche of the hormonal teenage comedy.

**(*)(*)(*)Allan Hunter, Daily Express, 02/03/2012

It mostly fails to tickle the funny-bone with all of the best bits found in the trailer.

David Edwards, Daily Record, 02/03/2012

Witless, charmless, teen twaddle. Let’s take all prints off the film, and bury them. Don’t bother marking the spot with an X.

*(*)(*)(*)(*)Chris Hewitt, Empire Online, 29/02/2012

Pandering shamelessly to 15-year-old boys, it’s sexist, obnoxious and, unlike the superior Superbad, mean-spirited – especially if you’re a dog or a dwarf.

**(*)(*)(*)Total Film, 01/03/2012

Features about Project X (18)

Is Project X the point at which teen-party movies get properly unpleasant?

David Cox, The Guardian, 05/03/2012

Project X (18)

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

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