Superbad is a teen comedy film produced by Judd Apatow, previously known as a director of the hilarious comedies like The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up. The script is written by a team of talented writers, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. As an in joke, they even name the main characters in the film after their first names – Seth and Evan. The movie tells a story of these two childhood friends at their very last day of high school. The duo have to deal with their anxieties and missions before heading out to college life. They are invited to a party and tried to buy some alcohol with a help from a nerdy friend “McLovin” Fogell. Things get hilarious along the way.
The plot is simple as a typical teen movie. However, the script is comical and funny with plenty of humors and dirty jokes, especially the penis maniac of Seth. Watch out for the end credit, the pictures are professionally drawn with creativity. Jonah Hill and Michael Cera do have a good chemistry together as close friends, Seth and Evan. Also notable is the role of McLovin portrays by the new-comer Christopher Mintz-Plasse. All in all, the film successfully explores all the troubles American teens have to face and turns to into an enjoyable movie.
4 Stars out of 5 – Sit back and enjoy this super-fun film. The only drawback might be the language and sexual content in the film which might be inappropriate for the underage and the conservative mind.