"21 and Over" Prize Pack with Signed Poster! [ENDED]


21 and over movie poster

To celebrate the release of Relativity Media’s comedy, 21 AND OVER, which was written and directed by The Hangover’s Jon Lucas and Scott Moore and stars up and comers Miles Teller, Skylar Astin and Justin Chon. Media Mikes is excited to to give an awesome prize pack for the film filled with great stuff (see below for details). All you have to do is let us know, in a few sentences, your all-time favorite comedy and why? The giveaway will be open until March 8th. One entry per person, per household. All other entries will be considered invalid. Once the giveaway ends, Media Mikes will randomly pick out winners and alert the winners via email.

The prize pack would include the following items:
(1) sweatshirt (pictured below)
($30) giftcard to Fandango
(1) signed poster

Release: March 1, 2013
Directors: Jon Lucas and Scott Moore
Writers: Jon Lucas and Scott Moore
Cast: @MilesTeller, @JustinChon, @SkylarAstin, Sarah Wright, Francois Chau, Jonathan Keltz, Daniel Booko, Dustin Ybarra
Producers: David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, Ryan Kavanaugh, Hugo Shong
Executive Producers: Tucker Tooley, Ron Burkle, Jason Colbeck, Luo Yan, Andy Yan, David Manpearl, Jason Felts, Jon Lucas, Scott Moore
Straight-A college student Jeff Chang has always done what’s expected of him. But when his two best friends Casey and Miller surprise him with a visit for his 21st birthday, he decides to do the unexpected for a change, even though his critical medical school interview is early the next morning. What was supposed to be one beer becomes one night of chaos, over indulgence and utter debauchery in this outrageous comedy.

83 Replies to “"21 and Over" Prize Pack with Signed Poster! [ENDED]”

  1. Overused and common as the answer may be with other commenters, Mean Girls tops the chart for me. As far as laughs go, not only does it refuse to pause and make a joke completely unrelated to what’s going on, but each character — and I mean each — is given their own opportunity to contribute quotable line of dialogue, chock full of facetiousness, satire and random-minded idioms. From Tina Fey’s confidently expressed observasional humor, made by her own character, to the punchlines that involve the female student body’s thirst to belong, not a single set-up fails. As for the actual plot, it may not be as influential as other films’, but it also doesn’t resort to fingerpointing to resolve the dilemmas, nor does it claim that all problems can be mended with your run-of-the-mill Full House pep talk.

  2. My all-time favorite comedy movie is “21 Jump Street” because of the comical duo of Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill they made me laugh in tears with their jokes and the movie was well written and just one of the best comedies I have seen in ages!

  3. my favorite comedy was bridesmaid. i could not stop laughing when they were trying on dresses and all got diarreha

  4. Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase. The first time I saw it, everyone is asleep in the house and I was laughing so loud that I woke up everyone. I still laugh when it is on.

  5. My favorite comedy is the Princess Bride because it’s funny without being R-rated so I can enjoy it with my teens.

  6. My favorite all-time comedy has to be Dirty Work with Norm MacDonald. There is a scene where he is hallucinating and sees Adam Sandler and Gary Coleman where I laughed so hard in the theater I literally fell out of my seat laughing.

  7. Planes, Trains, & Automobiles.

    How can it get any better than John Candy with Steve Martin

  8. Anchorman made me laugh until I couldn’t breathe. It is so absurd and clever, my favorite was the fight scene with all the competing news teams. Fun to watch over and over again.

  9. I like Bridesmade. It’s funny and you could see yourself in the same situations.

  10. wedding crashers it was funny from beginning to end. It was a great story that had memorable lines!!!

  11. clerks, the dialog is fantastic, and before digital came around it shows you can make a real movie on a 30,000 budget

  12. “Old School” Still makes me laugh no matter how many times I see it

  13. My all-time favorite comedy movie is Planes,Trains and Automobiles…and my favorite scene and dialog from the film is the ‘Those aren’t pillows’ scene when:

    Neal says: Del… Why did you kiss my ear?
    Del: Why are you holding my hand?
    Neal: [frowns] Where’s your other hand?
    Del: Between two pillows…
    Neal: Those aren’t pillows!


  14. your all-time favorite comedy and why?

    young frankenstien…waited over an hour to get in to the theater..it was absolutly funny as anything i ever saw….you had to see this movie in a theater,doest really work on tv.

  15. Young Frankenstein is my all time fav comedy. Gene Wilder was hilarious in this movie.

  16. Friday. Chris Rock in his prime and as many quality one-liners as any Vince Vaughn movie.

  17. My favorite movie is any Pink Panther movie with Peter Sellers. They always make me laugh, some of the humor is so silly, and then I laugh so hard, I barely catch my breath.

  18. My fav movie,comedy, would be animal house. It is hilarious. I could watch it over and over and if I am ever in a bad mood, I watch it and it cheerrs me up.

  19. my favorite is Hangover because everything about it is hilarious. it keeps you laughing during the whole movie. gotta love it

  20. A lot of comedies just don’t do it for me, but I LOVE Stepbrothers! I’d say only 10% of my movie collection are comedies, but that one I had to own and I’ve watched it many, many times! And if it’s on tv? I’ll watch it then, too! It just makes me laugh every single time! It really allows me to relax and not think about anything but the movie!

  21. My cousin vinny is my all time fave. It is so natural – makes me double every time.

  22. I always get a kick out of Woody Allen’s movie Bananas. All his comedies are hilarious, especially this one.

  23. My favorite all-time comedy is I Love You to Death with Kevin Kline and Tracy Ullman. Classic comedy.

  24. My favorite comedies would have to be “Young Frankenstein” and “Mean Girls”, for sheer timeless quoteability.

  25. I love Tropic Thunder for its complicated movie-in-a-movie premise. The characters are well-developed and hilarious. It is strongly directed and features great action scenes and cameos alike.

  26. Anything by Mel Brooks makes me laugh. I really get the giggles watching “High Anxiety”.

  27. I love the Wedding Singer, it’s a movie I can watch over and over and never get sick of! Adam Sandler is the best!

  28. dumb and dumber – no matter how many times i see it, it makes me laugh each and every time!

  29. The Big Lebowski. Why? Because for some unexplained reason I think John Goodman is HOT.

  30. Shaun of The Dead because it was just so well put together IMO and it’s one of those rare movies that I can watch again anad again without ever getting sick of it! I’ve probably watched it over 500 times!!!

  31. I have always been a fan of Adam Sandler movies. They are my fav. I can’t pick just one he has multiple films he starred in that I love.

  32. dumb and dumber. I can always watch this over and over and it always makes me laugh.

  33. my fave is happy gilmore because i love adam sandler’s humor & i love the bob barker cameo

  34. Very Bad Things, because it is hilarious and make any thing negative going on in your life feel trivial.

  35. Planes, Trains and Automobiles…loved John Candy and Steve Martin together…soo funny!!!!

  36. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – it is Steve Martin at his best and I love the surprise ending. It made me want to watch the film all over again, knowing what they reveal at the end!

  37. Bruce Almighty is my favorite. Jim Carrey is so funny in it. It was really the breakout role for Steve Carrell. Morgan Freeman and Jennifer Anniston were also very funny.

  38. My all-time favorite comedy is Animal House because I absolutely love the plot of the movie and it makes me laugh hard every time I see it. John Belushi was great in it as well.

  39. Superbad because it is, in my opinion, the most realistic high school movie there is. Seth Rogen wrote it while he was in high school and I feel its the most accurate for today’s high schools.

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