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|Release Date Adventureland Apr 3, 2009 Wide Genres Adventureland : Drama,Comedy|
|Total Vote User Adventureland : Visitor|
|User Ranting Adventureland : 3.2|
|User Percentage For Adventureland : %|
|User Count Like for Adventureland : 239,669|
|All Critics Ranting For Adventureland : 7.3|
|All Critics Count For Adventureland : 208|
|All Critics Percentage For Adventureland : 88 %|
Actors For Adventureland
|Jesse Eisenberg,Kristen Stewart,Martin Starr,Kristen Wiig,Bill Hader,Margarita Levieva,Ryan Reynolds,Josh Pais,Wendie Malick,Mary Birdsong,Matt Bush,Paige Howard,Dan Bittner,Jack Gilpin|
Adventureland Movie Review
|As a sweet-natured character comedy - and a subtle exercise in generic boundary-pushing - this is a real charmer. |
Tom Huddleston-Time Out
The story is semi-autobiographical, but has a gentler touch than his prior work on Superbad, and certainly relies less on slapstick episodes.
David Denby-New Yorker
Audiences expecting another dumb wallow will be startled, and I hope enlivened, by this movie's core of feeling.
Peter Rainer-Christian Science Monitor
The youths of Superbad were a little bit younger, a little more likable, their dirty-virgin wit more hilarious [than in Adventureland].
Amy Biancolli-Houston Chronicle
Adventureland isn't as clever as Kicking, and not nearly as hilarious as Superbad, but it's still a sweet little memory ache, a Proustian cookie co-flavored with semiotics and Whitesnake.
Kyle Smith-New York Post
Adventureland earns its edge-of-adulthood sweetness and has characters with real hearts under their goofy T-shirts.
Joe Neumaier-New York Daily News
It's a film of overwhelming goodwill. You'll like everyone in this movie, and you'll leave the theater thinking they would probably like you too.
The messages -- about silver linings in lousy jobs, the collision of hormones and heartstrings, and the adventure of discovering who you really are and what you really want -- ring honest and true, for any era.
Neil Pond-American Profile
Adventureland is ultimately an interesting but flawed mixture of Mottolla's early indie sensibility (The Daytrippers) with some of the more mainstream teen comedy elements of Superbad.
Eric Goldman-IGN Movies
Adventureland's young cast is strong, and, when the film works, it captures the languid limbo of post-adolescent confusion and longing.
Jeff Meyers-Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
A coming of age tale based loosely on the experiences of writer/director Greg Mottola, Adventureland is a surprisingly dense teen flick yet its unfortunate forays into religion bashing undermines its overall effect.
Matthew Pejkovic-Matt's Movie Reviews
It's a bit slight and rambling, but also manages to engage us due to the sharply drawn characters
Rich Cline-Shadows on the Wall
[Mottola has] done his job in making the work feel authentic, funny, and like a breeze to sit through.
Jeffrey Chen-Window to the Movies
Regardless of the well filled-out cast and the fact that it's structured like a comedy, Adventureland just isn't funny. There really aren't jokes and the overlong running time is mostly given to a standard budding romance.
Content to occupy that middle ground where insights are authentic but far from revelatory and comedy is more amiable than riotous.
Nick Schager-Lessons of Darkness
A funny, touching and honest film about a serious 22-year-old neither embarrassed by nor exulting in his lack of sexual experience.
Philip French-Observer [UK]
Without recourse to frilly cuffs or a montage to A Flock Of Seagulls' greatest hit, it plays the '80s card for something heartfelt.
Ian Nathan-Empire Magazine
Adventureland is reminiscent of indie movies like Breaking Away, Dazed and Confused and Clerks. You could put it another way and say it's not very original. Yet, watching the movie, you're too swept up in James's problems to care.
-This is London
Its gentle charm and effortless eloquence personified by its winning lead, Adventureland is only marred by a rote final reel.
The whole enterprise is infused with a quality of feeling, an integrity, that is rare in such a commercial film.
Toby Young-Times [UK]
A tremendously funny and touching coming-of-age story, which he has set in the 1980s with a sprinkling of nicely chosen cultural references.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
Like all films that strike a chord, you'll find yourself replaying your own memories as the credits roll on a comedy that fires the heart.
Dan Brightmore-Little White Lies
Some may scoff at Adventureland for sailing too close to a tried and tested story formula, but it's funny, heart-warming and more meandering and whimsical than you'd expect from a mainstream Hollywood comedy.
Simon Reynolds-Digital Spy
An Indie romcom which doesn't pile on the contrived quirkiness and instead concentrates on being believable, smart and sweet.
Boyd Hilton-Heat Magazine
Wisely, Mottola doesn't try to reinvent the comedy wheel. He's simply taken the plot-free route of Superbad, made the like-for-like swap of Jesse Eisenberg for Michael Cera, upscaled the romance, downsized the slapstick.
Elliott Noble-Sky Movies
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