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Brandon Keck almost 3 years ago
I generally steer clear but this is one of the better Rauch-Coms I've seen.
Miles Ross 3 years ago
Leif Jacobson almost 4 years ago
I love this movie.
Anastasia Loule over 4 years ago
A lovely comedy.
Robyn Hamilton over 5 years ago
An enjoyable comedy but nothing too special.
Derek Cutlip almost 6 years ago
Let's just say that I like the idea of it just as much as I actually like it.
Nino D almost 6 years ago
Watchable, better than the usual Hollywood comedy
Nate McBean over 6 years ago
Great cast. Love the LARPing with Ken Jeong. (12/8/2009)
Kakra over 6 years ago
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Another vastly underrated comedy. Each and every character is hilarious and memorable.
Olivier Melcher almost 7 years ago
great feel-good movie!
Hiram Soto 5 months ago
Flo HM over 1 year ago
Lindsay Scholtes over 1 year ago
Steve Backman over 2 years ago
Stefan Zahar over 2 years ago
Dan over 2 years ago
Mark Janiczak 3 years ago
Noah Rymer 3 years ago
andre bernier 3 years ago
Role Models is a 2008 American comedy film directed by David Wain about two energy drink salesmen who are ordered to perform 150 hours of community service as punishment for various offenses. For their service, the two men work at a program designed to pair kids with adult role models. The film stars Seann William Scott, Paul Rudd, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Bobb'e J. Thompson, Jane Lynch, and Elizabeth Banks. Danny (Paul Rudd) and Wheeler (Seann William Scott) are two energy drink salesmen who promote a drink called "Minotaur" to school children, and encourage kids to stay off drugs. Wheeler loves the job, but Danny hates it, viewing it as a mindless, dead-end job. Danny's pessimism results in the collapse of his relationship with lawyer Beth Jones (Elizabeth Banks), after he impulsively proposes to her. After one presentation the duo find that their truck is being towed, as they were parked in a no-parking zone. They try driving the truck away from the tow truck, damaging the tow...
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