Starring: Victoria Justice, Johnny Knoxville, Chelsea Handler
Director: Josh Schwartz
Running Time: 86 mins
Fun Size is an American film about two girls who, instead of going to a party, have to look after one’s little brother for Hallowe’en, however during trick or treating, the boy goes missing, and the two must set out to find him before the end of the night.
This film was good fun to watch. It’s extremely cheesy and moronic in places, with a pretty poor storyline, but it was still quite funny throughout, with some hilarious characters, good comedy, and complete farce for the whole thing.
I have to say that I thought that the character of Albert, the little brother who never speaks, was fantastic. It was hilarious to see him get into all sorts of ridiculous trouble with a random stranger, and then decide to just walk off on his own to explore the town on a busy night.
Although the story was completely predictable and terribly cheesy, this film was still quite enjoyable in my opinion, and because of that, I’ll give it a 6.6.