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The Package (film review)

Film: The Package
Year: 2018
Genre: Comedy
Directed By: Jake Szymanski
Starring: Daniel Doheny, Geraldine Viswanathan, Sadie Calvano
About: When a group of teenage friends go on a spring break camping trip, an unfortunate accident sets off a race against time to save their friend's most prized possession.
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNe1BEULzsk

My Review:
Having seen that Netflix brought out a new comedy movie this week I thought I would give it a watch and it actually surprised me with how good it was.

The movie is about a group of teenagers who decide to go camping and one of their friends ends up cutting his dick off and it is up to his friends to deliver it to the hospital before he ends up in surgery and losing it forever.

I liked this film and it did make me laugh thoughout as it had the same style of humour as which is in American Pie. I also thought that having the teenagers rather useless and the situations in which they end up in over trying to get the dick back for their friend was brilliant and brought up all situations both real and not but it brought the film together really well. The love story between the man's sister who has his dick cut off and the main character was also a really good way of showing teen romance and how it seems the world is against you and how being scared can ruin your chances with someone very easily. The Package was one of the best comedies I feel Netflix have brought out in a while and I am glad I had decided to watch this.

However, I did find that this movie was a bit cheesy and cringy at times and some of the jokes were rather cheap which did rather ruin the film a little but not enough for me to be annoyed at and not watch.

This film would be brilliant for those who are fans of American Pie and are looking for a teenage comedy movie. I was really surprised by this movie and will definitely be watching this again.
My Rating: 4/5 

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