One of the new trends that I really like at Comic-Con this year is more screenings of finished films. I'm a big fan of that, and I think there's no better word of mouth than when people get to see an entire movie. So far, we've heard about "Captain America," "Attack The Block," and of course, "Cowboys and Aliens," but now we're also pleased to announce that "30 Minutes Or Less" is going to be screening on Friday night, the 22nd, and we've got a way for you to attend that event.
It will be an event, too, since Aziz Ansari, Nick Swardson, Michael Pena, and director Ruben Fleischer will all be there to introduce the film before it starts at 8:00 PM and then do a Q&A afterwards. It's such a quick flick, too, running a lean 90 minutes, that you can do this and enjoy it all and still have plenty of time for trouble on Friday night.
I got a chance to see the film last week, and while I won't be running a full review until the week of release, I enjoyed it. It's another of this summer's R-rated comedies that take full advantage of the rating, and it's all about chemistry. Aziz and Jesse Eisenberg are both very funny in it, and Michael Pena continues to prove himself one of the strangest and funniest guys working right now.