Director: Tim Garrick
Stars: Mary-Louise Parker, Selena Gomez, Lachlan Buchanan, Ashley Rickards
IMDB Rating: 4.3/10
Writer: Tim Garrick with Scott Russell
Running Time: 1 Hour 31 Minutes.
Releasing Date: 1 July 2014 (USA)
Plot: It starts with the annoying kid Rick Stevens and his confession as to what extent a banana. His mom attempted suicide by alcohol and pills and left a message that in its absence necessarily feed the dog, dad liked the blanks, best friend Billy is angry at Rick because he’s this fucking mother, police chasing him, chasing him Lithuanian mafia, chased by the school bully, but academic sociopath who owes’re making a big hunt for a lost bet. It all began two weeks earlier while Rick was still a virgin who has just peeled monkey on duty school good girl Nina and a busboy boss in a strip club where the šljakala his sister, while not go to Stanford.
It is clear that it is a complete mess and it needs to be inventive to get out of it agrees fun film, even if the authors were shooting at Zicera such as pop-cultural references. Hell, not everyone Ritchie, Tarantino, Danny Boyle, guys who just celebrated such films. Behaving Badly has the intention and generally manages to be furious at pace. The humor relies on the transfer of discomfort and rarely succeeds, mainly in TV formats such as South Park and Family Guy , which has a social subtext, but Behaving Badly barely kept below the “e, that’s it, shut that shit , pisses me off!
The film succeeds because on several other levels, even with a rather corny jokes. One of them is the choice of sophisticated music as opposed to a generic hip-hop / RNB trash what usually hear in teen movies. The second trip was directed sufficiently discreet, though often very pedestrian with half a brain, which here results in relatively good once famous, now almost forgotten, and spent the actors wild and achieve a pretty fun role.