'Chasing Alexis' by Asockalypse Now

Film name: 
Chasing Alexis
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Genre: 
The Action / Adventure Movie
Average rating: 
2.916665
Your rating: None Average: 2.9 (6 votes)
7

So this would have been a 4/5 apart from the fact that the team sung ‘I Will Survive’ acapella without clearance (as far as I’m aware, please correct me if I’m wrong). Fantastic energy levels throughout ranging from a party to the morning after on the beach to piecing back together the events of the night prior. Said Hangover-inspired quest produced some excellent visual jokes.

7

So this would have been a 4/5 apart from the fact that the team sung ‘I Will Survive’ acapella without clearance (as far as I’m aware, please correct me if I’m wrong). Fantastic energy levels throughout ranging from a party to the morning after on the beach to piecing back together the events of the night prior. Said Hangover-inspired quest produced some excellent visual jokes.

6

good laughs here, including the main character finding himself at a random babyshower and helping getting the mother to the hospital

6

I liked this movie, had no idea what was going on for most of it but perhaps that is what they wanted (??), had some funny/sick moments that got some good laughs.

6

A guy goes to great lengths to hook up with a girl he meets at a party. Told via flashbacks after waking up hungover and half naked on a beach the next day. Some great gags and some nice visual touches.

7

Good funny story line, loved the scene where he's in the car with the two trannies. Also the child birth got a laugh from the crowd. good work team

3

So many copyright violations! Song, backgrounds, bottles, clothing. And I'm pretty sure that slandering a big name rugby player is a definite No, No (regardless of whether he was guilty or not). I've never seen someone's water breaking but why do I think it would look nothing like that? It was an OK concept and story progression/regression was good, but the crass bits left me felling that it was caught between styles rather than nailing one particular approach.