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One year ago, there was “Project X,” a feature about a party populated by teenagers swinging wildly out of control. “21 & Over” is similar in many ways, with the primary difference being the legal drinking age, allowing the characters to carry out their boozehound fantasies in public. There are few surprises contained in “21 & Over,” which marks the directorial debut for Scott Moore and Jon Lucas, the screenwriters behind the two “Hangover” pictures, who try to resuscitate the binge drinking formula for the college crowd. The result is a shamefully calculated effort to merge party chaos with a coming of age tale in a manner that tickles the audience while making them feel for the dim-witted characters that populate the movie. Moore and Lucas do not pull off the tricky juggling act. Read the rest at


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