and Norah's Infinite Playlist"
Comedy, Drama, Musical/Performing Arts, Romance, Adaptation and
Teen. Rated PG-13.
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Dennings and Michael Cera star in Nick and Norah's Infinite
Nick and Norah’s
Infinite Playlist is a great movie for teenagers and college
students. The film achieves its goal in reaching that target audience.
It has all the elements of a traditional teen comedy – drinking,
smoking and sexual references.
The Motor Picture Association
of America (MPAA) rates it PG-13. The movie stars Michael Cera
as Nick, Kat Dennings as Norah, Alexis Dziena as Tris and many
Nick is a drummer in
a gay band. Although, they don’t have a set of drums –
only a plastic toy drum that makes sounds when you push buttons.
Norah is the daughter of a record company owner. She is seen with
her ex-boyfriend in the beginning of the film.
The movie opens with
Nick leaving a text message on his girlfriend’s cell phone.
His message is so long that the phone says it was deleted. Then,
we see him kissing a photo of her on the wall.
Nick drives an old
broken down Yugo. The car is very tiny and yellow in color. Everyone
mistakes it for a taxicab. One couple actually gets in the back
seat and makes out while Nick takes them to their destination.
He charges them $8.50 for the ride.
The gum. It is the
object that continually shows up throughout the entire movie.
It starts out in the mouth of a drunk girl. She pukes into a toilet
and then sticks her hand in it and places the gum back in her
mouth. Then, it lands in the hands of Norah who chews it for a
while. At the end, the gum ends up in Nick’s mouth. It’s
the glue that holds this film together.
There is a constant
battle for Nick. He has to choose between Tris or Norah. Both
girls flirt with him several times in an attempt to win his heart
over. Which girl will he choose? You’ll find out on October
3 when it comes to theaters nationwide.
The movie will make
you laugh out loud with its many jokes and funny moments. It’s
definitely one that you will be telling your friends about.
In Theatres October