"Four comedians reminisce about their high school days in the early nineties until the recollection of a uniquely embarrassing moment sends them on a cross-country road trip to set up a series of hidden-camera pranks. With the reputation of three of the jokers on the line, the guys hope that their hidden-camera stunts will redeem the events of the past. Directed by Chris Henchy; co-starring Brian Quinn, Joe Gatto, James Murray, and Sal Vulcano. "
I really like the Impractical Jokers and I really wanted to like this movie but it was not good. These are regular guys trying to make it so I still give it 5 stars but a clip show of their best episodes would have been 10x better. Jacka$$ the movie nailed this format because it was all stuff they couldn't show or do on tv. While for IJ they could show everything they did on tv. So I hate to say it, movie was not good but I like them so 5 stars!
I didn't expect this movie to come anything close to the show, but it was actually pretty good and funny. Sure it doesn't add up to how great the show is, but I will say the movie was much better than I anticipated.
Unlike the Jack*ss movies, this was a movie within the skits movie, movie. Hilarious and smart within a PG 13 kinda feel. Nothing off the wall like most of the episodes but still goofy and interesting. Just as expected. Wish I could of seen it in theaters but 2020 happened.
Picture quality is good. I am a fan of the TV show (on TruTV) who bought this as a gift for a friend (another fan). Personally, I would rate this slightly under value of the TV show. Joker's challenges are implemented inside a detailed storyline. As a result, I found the pacing to be a little choppy. It is still familiarly funny and enjoyable. I think most fans will like it... However, I do not personally own it and recommend renting it first.