Gather around a bunch of adolescence kids in a home for the night without parents and what you get is a wild party that not even the cops can control. In “Project X” Thomas (Thomas Mann) is celebrating his birthday. His friend J.B. (Jonathan Brown) convinces Thomas that having a huge party will make them popular and get them some action. Thomas agrees to a party but keeping the maximum of people to fifty. That number quickly spirals out of control when his buddy decides to invite everyone by text, email and Craigslisting the event.
The party is held at Thomas’ home, a nice residential home in the Pasadena area that has room for a pool party, two DJ’s, and a bouncy house. As you can imagine when you gather in hundreds of kids this party quickly turns to insanity. When Thomas realizes there is no way to control the crowd he gives in and starts enjoying the drugs and booze and everything falls apart. His home is quickly destroyed and when the cops come in they have no choice but to let the party burn out as they are outnumbered.
Just when you think things can’t get anymore out of control another insane moment happens. “Project X” is insanity at the max and extremely overdone. This is not even a fun movie for the young adults. It’s highly unrealistic that everything feels very forced. Nothing is remotely attractive about this film. Not even the title is original. It’s a long eighty-seven minutes of insane stunt after stunt that has no meaning. If you’re looking to see ridiculous teens looking for sex and drugs that have obviously no self control this is the the film for you, if not avoid it like the plague.