"Big Time Adolescence" is a 2019 American coming-of-age comedy film directed by Jason Orley.
The starring cast includes Pete Davidson as Isaac "Zeke" Presanti, Griffin Gluck as Monroe "Mo" Harris, Emily Arlook as Kate Harris, Jon Cryer as Reuben Harris, Sydney Sweeney as Holly, Oona Laurence as Sophie, Thomas Barbusca as William, Julia Murney as Sherri Harris, Michael Devine as Officer Peters, Colson Baker and others.
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Hulu on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 released the trailer for "Big Time Adolescence" you can watch here:
Big Time Adolescence - Red Band Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original Film.
Here is a short review of "Big Time Adolescence" movie plot summary.
16-year-old Monroe "Mo" Harris (Griffin Gluck) is escorted out of class by a police officer.
When Mo was younger, his older sister Kate (Emily Arlook) dated her classmate Zeke Presanti (Pete Davidson). Even after Kate broke up with him, Zeke and Mo remained close friends, despite their age difference. Mo's parents, Reuben (Jon Cryer) and Sherri, allow Mo to continue hanging out with Zeke despite their concern about Zeke's influence on their son. Zeke, now 23, works a dead-end job and spends most of his time smoking marijuana and drinking.
Mo spends most of his time with Zeke, his friends, and his girlfriend Holly (Sydney Sweeney) rather than anyone his own age. Zeke helps Mo acquire drinks for a senior party after being invited by fellow sophomore Stacey, and gives Mo some weed to sell to the other kids. This earns Mo credibility among the seniors at the party. Mo also sees his classmate Sophie (Oona Laurence) there, and they exchange numbers after he strikes up a conversation with her.
Mo later takes Sophie out on a dinner date for sushi before taking her back to Zeke's place to hang out. They drink, and before Sophie leaves, she and Mo kiss. This earns him the nickname "Tongue Daddy" from his friends, which Zeke tattoos onto Mo's chest. The next night Mo comes home accidentally stoned after being in a hot boxed car with Zeke, right before a family dinner. His father finds out about this and his tattoo, resulting in Mo being grounded and forbidden from hanging out with Zeke.
Mo continues to supply drugs and alcohol at the parties. Though he has doubts about his actions and their risks, Zeke encourages him to and continues to supply him, even quitting his job due to the amount of money Mo makes off of selling.
Here is the full cast and characters of "Big Time Adolescence" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
"Big Time Adolescence" movie release date was scheduled to be on January 28, 2019 (Sundance, Sundance Film Festival) and on March 13, 2020 (United States) distributing by Hulu, Neon and Universal Pictures Nordic.
The duration of the film is 90 minutes.
"Big Time Adolescence" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.
Principal photography began in July 2018 in Syracuse, New York.
"Big Time Adolescence" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 86/100.
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