15 March 2005 | erietemperance
Brilliantly portrays a time in life that Hollywood just ignored !
This is a great movie, although a lot of people in the movie do have mullets and the title is Mulletville. The true nature of the move is friendship, love, and moving on in life, not mullets. It perfectly depicts a group of friends not ready to let go of high school and there youth. Still caught up in old nicknames roomers and habits. The characters are very real, and the situations they encounter are true to life. The movie also offers a lot of insight into the "quarter-life crisis" that all these Twenty-something's are going through. An area of life I feel is poorly represented in film. But this move captures brilliantly. The time between high school and marriage when some people don't know what to do with their lives and eventually revert to acting as if they were still in high school. The only problem I had with Mulletville is that there are parts that seem to have nothing to do with the overall plot or sub-plots. Probably put there to fill up time. But overall this was a great movie and I would recommend this movie to everyone.