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Superbad @ Mother's Brewery

  • Starring: Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera
  • Director: Greg Mottola
  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Rating: R
  • Running Time: 113 min.

We’re teaming up with Mother’s Brewing to screen “Superbad” in Mother’s Backyard! (215 South Grant Ave.) So bring your blankets and/or lawn chairs to ensure you are comfy during the movie. Better yet, bring your picnic fixins so you can dine outside while watching a great movie! You can’t bring booze, but don’t worry, Mother’s has you covered on that. They will have beer flowing outside so you don’t even have to go inside for a refill during the movie! This is a 21+ event. Tickets are $5 and on sale at the door. Try to bring cash!

Summary: Superbad is a coming-of-age cautionary tale about two socially inept teenage boys about to graduate high school. Theirs is a ridiculously dependent friendship—but now they’ve gotten into different colleges and are forced to contemplate life apart. Evan is sweet, smart, and generally terrified. Seth is foul-mouthed, volatile, and all-consumed with the topic of human sexuality. This is the story of their misguided attempts to reverse a lifelong losing streak with the ladies in one panic-driven night…that awful, humiliating night you cherish for the rest of your life. (Sony Pictures)

"For pure laughs, for the experience of just sitting in a chair and breaking up every minute or so, Superbad is 2007's most successful comedy."
- Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
"The bawdy jokes score big points, but it's the rueful acknowledgement of adolescent embarrassment and humiliation that most distinguishes Superbad, another ultra-raunchy and commercial sex comedy from the Judd Apatow laugh factory."
- Todd McCarthy, Variety
"Superbad is just a great time, plain and simple."
- Eric Alt, Premiere
"The variety of complications thrown at the three pubescent heroes raises this a cut above most raunchy comedies."
- J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader