21 and Over

21 and Over Review

The lazy, lacklustre comedy 21 and Over shows that we haven't come very far at all since the days of Animal House, but it still isn't the worst of its frat boy kind.

Interview: Jonathan Keltz

We talk to 21 and Over's chief villain and resident cheerleader Jonathan Keltz (who is actually really nothing like his on screen counterpart) about playing a broad villain, why his character is secretly kind of a hero, keeping up his energy levels, and what makes this film different from a lot of teen comedies.

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