Chuck must face the challenges that he and friends are growing apart; that his mother has decided to date a much younger man who just happens to be the school's gym teacher; and that his dream girl the brilliant, beautiful and popular Melissa Mercer barely acknowledges his existence.
His plan to capture Melissa's heart once and for all by befriending her younger sister, Mary, is complicated by the fact that a viral video of Mary is the talk of the school.
When their business becomes a hit, nothing can go wrong...until one of the monsters turns out to be real, and really big.
I am rating "Loserville" two out of three stars, solely on the fact that the production value of the movie and the editing was adequate.
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With 30 minutes wasted, I can honestly say that "Loserville" will not see me returning to it in order to finish the rest of the ordeal that is this movie.
I just pure and simply gave up on it and tossed the towel into the ring.
The characters in the movie were rigid and one-dimensional, almost like if they were cardboard cutouts of themselves.
Whether or not this was the fault of the acting talents or because they had nothing to work with from the script and director Lovell Holder, I do not know. I was cringing throughout most of what I witnessed in my 30 minutes of visiting "Loserville".
We would always be home for the holidays, and I've continued that tradition. Having kids has allowed me to relive the prime Christmas morning experience.
Like I said, I have a 10- and 6-year-old who are in the throes of Santa Claus, so we make sure we're home for Christmas morning. PS: How has being a dad changed how you celebrate Christmas? I remember it like it was yesterday — going to bed with pins and needles in your stomach and you know Santa is coming and you think you hear him, and every time you try to fall asleep you're like, "Did I hear it? " And then finally passing out and then waking up a God-forsaken hour in the morning and going, "It's time! Getting to relive that from the other side — when you've been up all night, and you've been setting everything up, and you get two hours sleep and they come in at in the morning with the energy of nuclear weapons — enjoying that from the other side is pretty, pretty cool.
We're in the throes of Santa Claus with my little ones, so it's just a lot of fun.
PS: What was your favorite part about playing this character? I just turned 40, but I haven't crossed over into that plateau.
Featuring an ensemble of funny, flawed, and lovable characters who collide in a romantic, comic cocktail that turns every teen stereotype you think you know on its head.