Ladies and gentlemen, this the movie you said you would wait for it to come out on DVD to enjoy at home. Behold, the Impractical Jokers Movie Review. If you enjoy watching pranks, this is a movie you will totally enjoy. There is no need to invest yourself in it, and you definitively will see four friends having a great time together doing their thing. I will take laughs in all forms right now. So, I am glad this movie is out!
About Impractical Jokers: The Movie
What would a movie about you and your three best buds be about? Well, Impractical Jokers: The Movie stars James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn, Joe Gatto, and Sal Vulvano, also known as the comedy troupe The Tenderloins, playing themselves in a fictional story of a humiliating high school mishap from the early nineties. Featuring appearances from Paula Abdul, Jaden Smith, and Joey Fatone, the movie combines the fictional narrative with real-life footage of over-the-top punishments and callbacks to classic moments from the series. Once the Impractical Jokers hit the road, they compete in hidden camera challenges for the chance to turn back the clock and find redemption.
Impractical Jokers: The Movie Review
While there is a plot, there is no real explanation or connection between one joke and another. It is simply a competition caught on hidden cameras. I must admit the start was slow and weird for me. As they played themselves they interacted with a much younger crowd and did not make much of a promise for what was to come. It evolves into a series of pranks. So, the movie doesn’t really go the direction it sets out to be at the start.
No Drama Time
Yes, there are a couple of pranks that got a smile and one a laugh out loud. So, if you are want something that will not stress you, jackpot! This movie will also help you pass time, then this is the movie for you. There is no drama. And as I said, you will enjoy watching these guys having the time of their lives on camera. Lucky for you, Impractical Jokers: The Movie is available to own on Digital now.
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