30 Minutes or Less
Action • R • 2011 • 1 hr 23 min
Just a fun time. A short comedy romp with a unique premise and some great character actors. No real complaints, just don’t expect an Oscar.
I kind of remember this movie it is kind of forgettable but I think it was good
Oddly clever well written story,concept. Simply directed Fun plot decent witty written jokes,dialogue.Simple but likeable characters.sssgood
Pretty funny comedy, not the most memorable. Have seen worse though. Worth a good few laughs.
Great concept, good jokes but an unoriginal performance from Jesse Eisenberg
Unneeded nudity at times, really funny movie, got some good laughs outa me. Great cast, well shot!
The combination and story all of this was odd
Not bad. It's pretty formulaic, and kind of forgettable, but McBride is really funny here, abd Swardsen is surprisingly not annoying.
A much better performed vision realised in this silly comedy caper! On a par with Pineapple Express, or the Harold & Kumar films! Cool beans
The comedy of this hits my specific buttons especially Danny McBride, his offsider and his dad. Sadly its actually based on a true story.
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