Upon sitting down to watch a movie called F the Prom, one does not expect much. The premise details a story that's been told over and over again, recycled, trashed, and then used again. The leads are far too pretty and the trailer doesn't elicit more than a nervous chuckle at best. You expect that you're not in for anything great, but you decide that it's an okay way to spend a Friday night and hope you'll, at the very least, be able to get a couple giggles out of laughing at the film - because you know you won't be laughing at it. And then you watch the movie. How dreadful, painful this viewing experience is cannot be explained by words alone. It's not enough to talk about how painfully flat the film is on a technical level and how there isn't the slightest hint of style or personality in the film. It isn't enough to discuss, in length, the needlessly mean spirited jokes and the offensively painful jokes (a joke is made out of a protagonist's dad constantly sexualizing his next door neighbor, a school principal makes a joke about statutory rape). It isn't even enough to add to talk about the contrived story - which, believe me, we've all seen done before. Maybe not even enough to talk about how tonally deaf and inconsistent the film is (did the movie want to be an episode of Family Guy or a biting black comedy that tackled social issues?).This is bafflingly bad movie, but I think what really, really breaks the film, what hammers the nail into the coffin, is the fact that every bad choice in this movie - well, every choice - seems done without any purpose at all. Take, for instance, the needless pop culture references. The Breakfast Club gang hangs out in the background of a couple scenes. The protagonists reference Game of Thrones and Degrassi. Or take the directorial choices. A long take at the beginning. An absence of visual storytelling. This is a cynical mess, a horribly inaccurate, cliched, and offensive take on social hierarchy; but what makes it all the worse is that it is so empty. There isn't a point, a purpose. Sure, a couple moral messages are tossed out, but never because the directors/writers are trying to make a point. It's less about saying something and more about hitting the beats a movie like this needs to beat. I have nothing against The Fine Bros. I don't dislike the content of their videos or them as people. I am sure they wrote this film with the best of intentions and probably put a good bit of heart into the production of this film. I hope they try their hand at film again. I hope they improve upon themselves. But this movie is just awful. An absolute mess. An insult to high school, high school movies, teenagers, film, social media, prom, the cast, the crew. I sincerely hope the Fine Bros learn from this.
F*&% the Prom (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie
F*&% the Prom (2017) 1080p
Maddy and Cole were inseparable friends until high school started and Maddy became the most popular girl on campus. When she starts feeling lonely and heartbroken, she reconnects with Cole ...
IMDB: 4.42 Likes
- Genre: Comedy |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.47G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 92
- IMDB Rating: 4.4/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 47 / 217
The Synopsis for F*&% the Prom (2017) 1080p
Maddy and Cole were inseparable friends until high school started and Maddy became the most popular girl on campus. When she starts feeling lonely and heartbroken, she reconnects with Cole and the duo conspire to destroy the ultimate teen popularity contest - the Prom.
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The Reviews for F*&% the Prom (2017) 1080p
Painfully IneptReviewed bykrismorenVote: 1/10
Gross, offensive humor. Actual quote from the principal "it's only statutory if you get caught". Disgusting jokes like that throughout the movie
Oh, that was painful. I'm normally a fan of the Fine Bros, and I really dig their react shows. Unfortunately, thus was nowhere near that quality. The jokes fell flat, the characters were cardboard, the acting varies between elementary school level and puke-inducing, and there wasn't one thing that felt like actual high school material. The only redeemable parts were Danielle Campbell and Joe! Courtney's performances, although the ending was dizzying enough to make me hate that too. You'd be better off watching Batman and Robin again, or maybe pouring lemon juice into your eyes. Just.....don't watch this.