Monday, 25 March 2013

Casting Couch (2013)

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Casting Couch offers inane and unintelligent middle class frat humour.

At a glance:
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Jason Lockhart's Casting Couch (2013) a.k.a. American Lie (workin title) is precisely the kind of white trash mediocrity that passes inane and unintelligent middle class frat humour under the banner of fun-lovin indie T&A teen comedy. The movie, shot like a documentary, is every bit as silly as the plot - Desperate to meet new girls, six down-on-their-luck guys come up with the ultimate plan to hook up - cast a fake movie. When tons of hot chicks show up for the audition, it's a matter of who's willing to go the farthest to get the part.
Bad news on the doorstep:
Sure hope they at least had some fun shooting this trash.
10 minutes in, you'd realise that you're better off watchin Jackass reruns or straight porn, I'd say. Justin Smith, the narratin actor with the most screen time, is unfortunately dull and unfunny. There ain't enough skin to make the fast forward worthwhile, even. I can't imagine the most inebriated pothead sittin through this DVD in its entirety.
Perennial wonderment:
Why does it exist?
Reminds me of:
Pedestrian efforts like American Reunion (2012) and any of them dreadful Judd Apatow comedies, except those have some measure of merit.
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Watch the trailer on its official website and forget about it. Insufferable drivel, really.
Bonus material:

What a waste.