Kickin' It Old Skool (2007) - Comedy

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A young breakdancer hits his head during a talent show and slips into a coma for twenty years. Waking up in 2006, he looks to revive his and his team's career with the help of his girlfriend and his parents.

IMDB: 4.6
Director: Harvey Glazer
Stars: Jamie Kennedy, Maria Menounos
Length: 108 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 8 out of 39 found boring (20.51%)

One-line Reviews (15)

All the jokes were trite, slapstick humor and could be seen a mile away.


What Should Be a Waste of Time Mysteriously Holds My Attention .

So maybe at least the break-dancing scenes make it worth watching this movie?

Skip it and put it on your Netflix list if you're really bored.

It was the worst movie I have ever sat through at the theater.

However pointless, I hate the producers and writers of this film for making such a Appalling movie, and even more for subjecting it to the public.

just watched this film thought it was funny in places and kids enjoyed it, and did anyone spot the mistake in the film, it was near the end when Justin was just about to do his special move there are 3 members in red and black and the side of the stage the other member in the middle of the floor break dancing and who's the 5th member walking of stage waving to the audience think there was a editing fault.

This movie goes way beyond simply being a waste of time and money - I feel that almost two hours of my life have been MURDERED.

The 15 minutes prologue of the characters as kids is more compelling than the rest of the movie.

Kennedy is travelling predictable ground following clichés faithfully.

But it's a neat concept, mixing Hard To Kill with The Wedding Singer, but the eighties references are not there, and when they are, it's the predictable, popular ones that you can see coming a mile off, so they are not nostalgic, just eye-rollingly obvious.

There should be a rating for offensive, insulting, pointless, no redeeming values.

Pathetic attempt at humor, trite, ready for cable TV .

This is only the second movie I have ever walked out on in my life.