Blue Mountain State: The Rise Of Thadland is a medication filled tragic satire that would make Rob redden we’re leaving the door firearms bursting on this one! Everything that TV groups of onlookers adoration about the hard-celebrating Mountain Goats makes an arrival in Lev L. Spiro’s spinoff film, as makers Eric Falconer and Romanski leave a trail of cocaine dust while they unleash epic, Thad-Castle-affirmed political agitation.
It’s unreasonably natural and constantly juvenile (positively), which is everything BMS fans have generally expected. We’re talented an epic, multi-day party that reunites all our most loved characters, however with the figured avoidance of on-field football shenanigans, something feels marginally out of order. Insufficient to degrade colossally, only somewhat more invited playmaking to adjust… ah, who am I joking. You’re looking for the sloots and liquor, and that is precisely what you’ll get!