Adventureland Blu Ray

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A comedy set in the summer of 1987 and centered around a recent college grad who takes a nowhere job at his local amusement park only to find it's the perfect course to get him prepared for the real world.

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18 April 2011
Blu Ray 
Lions Gate Home Ent. UK Ltd 
107 minutes 
Anamorphic, Colour, PAL, Widescreen 
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Academy Award Nominee Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network Zombieland) stars in this hilarious comedy as James Brennan a college graduate who is about to set off on a trip of Europe with his friend before they go away to college However James soon finds out that this is no longer possible as his parents cannot cover the cost and even worse they cannot afford to pay for his upcoming college expenses James now has no other choice but to get a summer job to make some extra cash With no previous experience this appears to be harder than he thought and he is forced to take a degrading minimum-wage job at a local amusement park; Adventureland Despite his initial hatred for the place James soon starts to make friends and becomes interested in colleague Em (Kristen Stewart - Twilight) a hot-headed tear-away Co starring Ryan Reynolds (Van Wilder Buried) Bill Hader (Superbad Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and Kristen Wiig (Ghost Town)

Teen comedy set in the 1980s, starring Jesse Eisenberg as uptight, over-educated, recent college graduate James Brennan, who is forced to take a minimum wage job at a run-down local amusement park after his father gets a pay cut and can no longer subsidise the backtracking trip to Europe James was counting on. As he struggles to deal with puking kids, angst-filled co-workers and a head-spinning romantic triangle, James gradually comes to realise that his summer job has been the perfect way to prepare for the trials and tribulations of adulthood.

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