Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002)

R   |    |  Comedy, Romance

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The most popular kid on campus meets a beautiful journalist who makes him realize that maybe he's afraid to graduate.




  • Aaron Paul at an event for Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002)
  • D.I.K. fraternity member Richard Bagg (DANIEL COSGROVE) and his eager assistant Jeannie (EMILY RUTHERFURD) enjoy an éclair, courtesy of Van Wilder
  • Curtis Armstrong in Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002)
  • Ryan Reynolds in Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002)
  • Director Walt Becker
  • Ashley Scott at an event for Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002)

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17 April 2004 | RIK-22
| Ok, nothing new, but sill light and funny
Now that I am into my thirties I find most movies cliché and uninteresting, especially the action genre, SWAT, Face Off, Swordfish, XXX, Shaft, do I need to continue. Yet people for some reason actually pay money to see these films. I've started to enter my pompous intellectual phase, yet I still have a big weakness for teen movies.

Animal house, Ferris, Weird Science, Bachelor Party and more recently a resurgence with American Pie, Road Trip, Have the Cow and Van Wilder.

All of these films are great, IMO. Sure they are predictable, a bit cliché, sometimes gross and certainly a bit childish, but they are bloody funny. The only rule for a comedy is to be funny. I guess that if we are honest that period of our lives should be best. At least you have the innocence and optimism to know your life is all in front of you and getting laid and having fun, is pretty much the only thing on your mind (that hasn't changed if we are honest).

I am disappointed that so many people criticise a film that clearly wasn't meant to be taken too seriously and is genuinely funny. Great stuff please may it continue.

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