Wednesday, 9 May 2018


Director: Kay Cannon
Cast: John Cena , Leslie Mann , Ike Barinholtz , Kathryn Newton , Gary Cole , Colton Dunn , Graham Phillips , Hannibal Buress , Ramona Young , Gideon Adlon , Geraldine Viswanathan , Jake Picking , Sarayu Blue , Miles Robbins , Rhoda Griffis , Jimmy Bellinger , BreeAnna Marie
Plot: Julie, Kayla and Sam are three high school seniors who make a pact to lose their virginity on prom night. Lisa, Mitchell and Hunter are three overprotective parents who flip out when they find out about their daughters' plans. They soon join forces for a wild and chaotic quest to stop the girls from sealing the deal -- no matter what the cost.

My Movie Review: The movie is weird and gross sexy comedy in extent to it's raunchy humor! Blockers is vulgar too much information and you may want to cover your ears language please to young teenage girls in the movie didn't expect that coming in their mouth rub the wrong way! You know what your getting when parents got involved in your business it get messy awkward putting you in uncomfortable position becoming a family affair you don't want but it's kinda fun:) Three parents try to stop their teens sexed-up prom-night plan turn a typical gross-out comedy into something special- for the critics it hits a high note but the audience score felt unsatisfied:( In the end of the day there are positive messages about parent-child trust and letting young adults make choices for themselves you allow them to make mistakes but hoping they do right.

Movie News: Blockers could have gone horribly wrong. The premise of parents trying to stop their teenage daughters from having sex could have been patriarchal and antiquated. Instead, in the hands of director Kay Cannon, Blockers ends up as what will likely be one of the best comedies of 2018. While we expect seasoned comic actors like Mann and Barinholtz to shine, there isn’t a weak link in the cast. Cena is an absolute gift, combining his physicality with an aw-shucks gentility that’s totally winsome. None of the comic situations should be spoiled, but it’s also a movie that’s tough to spoil because even if you know the jokes, you can feel all the throwaway lines and gags that are worth revisiting. The movie is also commendable for rarely being preachy it’s movie about parents how it’s hard to let your kids go out without supervision.


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