Fun Size - Review

FUN SIZE Victoria Justice, Osric Chau, Thomas Mann, and Patrick de Ledebur

Distracted by the easy money of Halloween slasher films, Hollywood has long ignored the more fun-spirited side of the modern, billion-dollar Carnivalesque holiday. But it's the perfect setting for the brand of teen comedies that made John Hughes and Chris Columbus famous. That's clearly the idea behind Fun Size, which tells the story of a smart and responsible high-school senior (Nickelodeon's Victoria Justice) whose All Hallow's Eve turns into a disastrous adventure in babysitting. She wants to go to the cool dress-up party — her idea of a great costume is Ruth Bader Ginsberg — with her shallow bff (Jane Levy). But when her pathetic widowed mother (Chelsea Handler) pawns her devilish little brother on her so she can party like a teenager herself, chaos and coincidences ensue. She loses the kid at a neighborhood haunted house and has to track him down him before mom gets home. Read More...

http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20641907,00.html

Comments

Want to comment on this? First, you must log in to your SideReel account!