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  • 2007
  • R
  • 118min
  • 87%
  • 7.6 / 10

With college fast approaching, Seth and Evan find themselves in the throes of peer pressure because they are yet to lose their virginity. Turning over a new leaf of their lives without getting laid doesn’t sound so cool to them. They have both had a fair share of crushes at school, and they are not about to end their high school life with that. With some luck, they get invited to a party where both Seth and Evan's crushes will be attending. But their invitation comes with a condition: they must bring alcohol to the party. Obviously, as minors, the two boys have no way of legally purchasing alcohol, so they enlist the help of their slightly weird friend Fogell, who claims he can get a fake ID, which will enable them to purchase the drinks. The three then find themselves in several awkward and hilarious situations as they embark on a quest to buy the booze and make it to the party to have their first sexual experience in time for college while trying to deal with how their lifetime friendship will change as they enter adulthood.

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The two main writers of the movie, Seth Rogen and Even Goldberg, had been working on the script for the film since they were thirteen years old and took inspiration from their own high school experiences, and the two main characters of the movie are named after the two writers. This was Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone's first feature film debut. It was also the first movie for actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse. Seth Rogan was originally going to play the character Seth but decided he was too old to fit the part.


about the movie

Superbad is a comedy movie directed by Greg Mottola, who also directed Adventureland and a few episodes of Arrested Development. It stars Michael Cera, who starred in Juno, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and Arrested Development. Superbad also stars Jonah Hill, known for 21 Jump Street and Moneyball, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, who acted in Kick-Ass and How to Train Your Dragon. The film earned an estimated $169.8 million at the box office worldwide off of a $20 million budget. The film has a 7.6 rating currently on IMDB.