My generation grew up with movies like Animal House, House Party, Bachelor Party and Weird Science (to skim the surface) and the frat-house style mammoth party genre is old hat... So it says a lot about Gen Y when a movie begins with a viewer discretion to not attempt any of the actions depicted in the film. Serious? The kids of today need a warning? Oh boy, I ♥ Bluto!!! But I digress. The movie is Project X which is presented as first person point of view of a house party which spirals out of control, resulting in the most monumentally epic party ever witnessed. I usual rag on these hand held camera style movies but this is genius. I just finished watching it and I can't wait to watch it again. I lol'd so much I was pmsl'ing. The set ups are hilarious with never-ending random acts of stupidity. The movie looks low-budget and amateurish to begin with but it soon builds into a big-budget, massively orchestrated comedy masterpiece. Brilliantly acted and so well written, Gen Y finally have a movie they can hold in the same regard as Animal House (the grand daddy of 'em all). It's just a shame that they seem dense enough to actually emulate this shit and they must completely miss the whole cautionary tale aspect of it, otherwise why the warning at the start? Shame about the title too... Project X is a great 1987 movie starring Matthew Broderick. But whatever, this is a new favourite of mine. 4.5 (nudging 5) if I actually rated movies!