Director: Greg Mottola Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Martin Starr

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/15/2011
UPC: 0031398134480
Original Release: 2009
Source: Miramax Lionsgate
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:47:00
Sales rank: 42,336

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jesse Eisenberg James Brennan
Kristen Stewart Em Lewin
Martin Starr Joel Schiffman
Kristen Wiig Paulette
Bill Hader Bobby
Margarita Levieva Lisa P.
Ryan Reynolds Mike Connell
Josh Pais Mr. Lewin
Wendie Malick Mrs. Brennan
Mary Birdsong Francy
Matt Bush Tommy Frigo
Paige Howard Sue O'Malley
Dan Bittner Pete O'Malley
Jack Gilpin Mr. Brennan

Technical Credits
Greg Mottola Director,Screenwriter
Declan Baldwin Co-producer
Stephen Beatrice Production Designer
Anne Carey Producer
Ann Goulder Casting
Ted Hope Producer
William Horberg Executive Producer
Sidney Kimmel Producer
Anne McCabe Editor
Tracy McKnight Musical Direction/Supervision
Matt Munn Art Director
Terry Stacey Cinematographer
Bruce Toll Executive Producer
Melissa Toth Costumes/Costume Designer
Yo La Tengo Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Adventureland
1. Happy Graduation
2. You Look Like a Games Guy
3. "Modern Love" - David Bowie
4. "Rock Me Amadeus" - Falco
5. "Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely" - Hüsker Dü
6. Em's Party
7. "Looking for a Kiss" - New York Dolls
8. "I'm in Love with a Girl" - Big Star
9. Lisa P Is Back
10. "Rock Me Amadeus" - Falco
11. "Pale Blue Eyes" - The Velvet Underground
12. "Rock Me Amadeus" - Falco
13. "Don't Dream It's Over" - Crowded House
14. "Satellite of Love" - Lou Reed
15. Taking Things Slow
16. Meeting Needs
17. "Your Love" - Outfield
18. Sailboats and Speedboats
19. "Just Like Heavan" - The Cure
20. Em-Appreciation
21. The Secret's Out
22. "Rock Me Amadeus" - Falco
23. Mostly You Just Make Me Mad
24. The Last Weekend
25. "Unsatisfied" - The Replacements
26. "Don't Change" - INXS
27. "Adventureland Theme Song" - Brian Kenney & Ian Berkowitz
28. "Farewell Adventureland" - Yo La Tengo

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Adventureland 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
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DarkLotusICP4life More than 1 year ago
one very seriously long boring lame movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
JCWilkerson More than 1 year ago
James Brennan (Jesse Eisenberg) has just graduated from Oberlin College with a degree in Comparative Literature, and is planning to take a month off to go to Europe before starting grad school at Columbia to study Journalism when he finds out from his parents that he will not have the money to go to Europe. So in an effort to make money during the summer before moving to Columbia. While there he falls for a free spirited girl he works with, Emily Lewin (Kristen Stewart). Greg Mottola hit the big time as a director when he stepped up to adapt Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's script for a little movie that became Superbad for producer extraordinaire Judd Apatow. For his followup to that movie, Mottola decided to write a semi-autobiographical story of his life working at Adventureland on Long Island in New York. What was advertised was more of a comedy in the vain of Superbad, but what was delivered was a coming of age love story. In reality, I think I am more happy now that I know that the movie is a coming of age love story rather than the raunchy comedy. The movie more or less defies convention, as it's main character, James, is a virgin not looking to have sex for the sake of loosing his virginity, but rather looking for his place. The fact that the main character isn't your typically sexually charged male nerd is, in itself, refreshing. And unlike most comedies of it's ilk, this movie is less concerned with punchlines as it is with developing it's characters. In the end, it's still the characters that make the movie, not the other way around. The acting in this movie is great. Jesse Eisenberg, unfortunately seeming to be more and more typecast, still does the geek chic thing very well. Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, of course being SNL alumni and at the top of the current class, bring the funny. Martin Starr plays the conflicted friend Joel, a character not far off from his character in Freaks and Geeks, while Ryan Reynolds gives a performance that is very understated for his typically more flamboyant style. Kristen Stewart was the real surprise to me though. For most of the movie she really seemed to be just swimming through, but toward the end it really seemed as if the character bared her soul, and she did a great job at portraying that. If there was a flaw in the film, it wouldn't be with the film itself, but rather with the advertising that made the film seem like something different than what it is. In actuality, that advertising short sold the film for those of us that would have been more interested in the actual finished product. I highly recommend this film for anyone who likes dramedy's and if you like movies that really let you into the film characters lives. 4/5
Heavy_Metal_Sushi More than 1 year ago
I just rented and saw this movie yesterday, and it wasn't too awful bad. I still liked the director's movie Superbad a little better, but this one was pretty good still too. A lot of it was more of a drama, but it had a lot of funny stuff in it too though. Kristin Stewart was pretty hot in it too. I would recommend giving it a watch. I will probably buy it sometime down the road.
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Mila More than 1 year ago
I almost couldnt finish watching it. I just rented it because it was from the same director as "super bad" one of my favorites movies. I still dont understand how Kristen Stewart is an actress. she is horrible, her acting is depressing to watch, even I could do a better job then her, specially as Msr. Cullen. Dont waste your time or money. Not funny