the package movie review - Aussieboyreviews


Nudity? The film features a character cutting off his own d### and his friends’ quest to retrieve and get it back to him. Mature teens will appreciate this funny but very crude comedy.


When a group of stupid teenagers go on a fun camping trip during spring break, an unfortunate accident brings on a race between four of the teenage friends to save one’s most prized possession before it’s too late.

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Movie details

Director: Jake Szymanski
Cast: Daniel Doheny, Sadie Calvano, Geraldine Viswanathan, Luke Spencer Roberts, Eduardo Franco
Writer: Kevin Burrows, Matt Mider
Release Date (Australia): 10 August 2018
Runtime: 94 minutes/1h 34m
Genre: Comedy, Adventure
Country: USA
Language: English


Themes (MA15+)

The film is mainly concerned with strong crude humour and themes relating to crude injury detail.

Violence (M)

The film features crude violence, including a scene in which a male implicitly severs his penis, accompanied by blood and injury detail.

Coarse Language (MA15+)

The film contains frequent use of the word “f**k”.

Drug Use (PG)

The film contains mild crude drug references.

Nudity (MA15+)

The film features frequent depictions of a mutilated penis, as well as sexualised depictions of female breasts nudity on a television screen.

Sex (MA15+)

The film contains strong crude sexual humour, sexual references and brief depictions of sexual intercourse on television screens.

mpaa rating

NR (Not Rated)

Aussie boy's thoughts

This d### comedy exists as an extended, ridiculous and stoned dirty joke. There’s not really much else you can clearly concentrate on after you’ve witnessed the mindless adventure as a result of a stupid-drunk teen cutting off his own penis.

The Package is distinctly not for everyone; you have to be in the mood for not only frequent vulgar jokes, but an entirely crass plot that’s designed for laughs, not at all for seriousness. The performances, touches of romance and the crude issues throughout the adventure are forgettable in a stern context. But when you’re appreciating a foolish viewpoint, these elements are comedy events that you’ll never forget. The ideas are brainlessly stupid!

It’s also usually able to entertain, with fun climatic moments involving the returning of the prized possession to its proud owner. It was clear from the trailer this movie was not meant to be perceived seriously. It’s not overlong, but there are definitely some moments that could’ve been quicker, and it should’ve attempted to lack its predictable clichés.

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