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Back in the Day

(2014)

Rated R for language throughout, sexual content and some graphic nudity.

R In Theaters 01/17/2014 , 93min.
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Viewer Score
47%
Viewer score based on 3 ratings
7%
Critic score based on 5 reviews

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January 21, 2014
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This movie is the best movie of the new year! It is refreshing, especially where now a days movies are either overly romantic or overly filled with action/explosions. It is filled with love, laughter and true friendship. It was written, directed, and stared by Michael Rosenbaum. AMAZING MOVIE!!
January 16, 2014
swcook99
So looking forward to seeing this movie from my hometown. Sadly, I could barely stay in the theater. Language was deplorable. Can anyone write a comedy that's cleaner? I felt dumber just for watching this movie!
January 15, 2014
lueckcj
Movie had a great story and they could of left out some of the bad language and the nudity. Very funny..
January 15, 2014
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This movie was hilarious . I rate it at a level of a Fast Times at Ridgemont High coupled with a little bit of Ferris Buellers Day Off. Go see it awesome and filmed in the small but proud midwest!!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Inkoo Kang
Village Voice
It's good for a couple of fart jokes and otherwise utterly forgettable. Full Review
Neil Genzlinger
The New York Times
There are a lot of odious movies yet to come in 2014, no doubt, but they’ll have to work to beat Back in the Day for awfulness. Full Review
Nick Schager
The Dissolve
It’s a film that feels like it’s simply going through the motions—not to mention one whose ultimate critique of trying to relive the past is, in light of its mass of clichés, more than a tad disingenuous. Full Review
Robert Abele
Los Angeles Times
Cloying and smug when it's not being unfunny and crass, the high school reunion comedy Back in the Day hits lows with a frequency that suggests a world-class sharp shooter or free-throw king. Full Review
Sheila O'Malley
RogerEbert.com
The film is shot in a pretty stock manner, with jokes falling flat (when one does land, it feels like a miracle) and musical cues guiding us toward appropriate emotional responses. Full Review

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