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Meatballs 1979

From Amazon: Bill Murray plays a hip camp counselor at a summer facility for geeky kids and assorted losers. Murray's brand of ironic comedy feels grafted onto this banal and sentimental 1979 celebration of misfits. The comedian's frequent director, Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters), was still finding his sea legs with this one, and he nearly convinced everyone at the time that Murray's film career was never going to happen. --Tom Keogh (read more)

Directed By:
Ivan ReitmanIvan Reitman
Written By:
No image existsLen Blum
Harold RamisHarold Ramis
No image existsJanis Allen
Bill MurrayBill Murray
No image existsHarvey Atkin
No image existsKate Lynch

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Meatballs Movie Review by adam (4/10/2007)

as far as sick in your face grossout t@a comedys gose this one is the king of them all, sure theres a message in it about friendship and the never give up spirit, but lets be truful here, its mainly about the sex, its american pie meets animal house, you can relate to just about every person in this movie, the acting top...

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Meatballs Movie Review by Zara (4/8/2007)

I know this was supposed to be just another dumb comedy about kids growing up. It came out at the tail end of the '70's, a generation of movies where people were encouraged to indulge in debauchery as much as possible.

But I love the idea behind the film. That there is this poor, pathetic kid who can't get anyone to...

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