Ordinary World

2016

Action / Comedy / Drama / Music

37
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 57%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 67%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 2227

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Judy Greer as Christy
Selma Blair as Karen
Dallas Roberts as Mickey
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1hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Prismark10 1 / 10

Bad day

Ordinary World is an awful mid life crisis film starring Billie Joe Armstrong, lead singer of the band Green Day.

Armstrong plays Perry Miller who in 1995 was the singer in a popular punk band. Fast forward 20 years he now works in the family hardware store which his younger brother manages, he is married with two young children and feels life is passing him by as he approaches his 40th birthday.

Perry checks into a hotel to throw a birthday party with his old band mates and hopes it could reignite some passion in himself.

The trouble with this film is that it has a half baked script that really goes nowhere. Perry has a hotel room, he can have a great party with his old band mates with booze and girls but he walks out instead to let his in-laws into his house.

In fact the stupidest scenes are Perry actually going into the hotel, asking to see the Presidential suite and then asking the clerk how much the room costs. This guy has never heard of Expedia. Once he decides to throw a party he has not considered about getting booze and food, then worries that people might order room service and the cost of it all.

It really is an inept and boring film.

Reviewed by Ross M Lindsay 10 / 10

Good movie, Underateed

Don't have to be a green day fan to enjoy this movie although i am one. But its overall a good movie. It has a great story to it, and it makes you thinks about your life choices and how your life has turned out compared to (Perry). Such an underrated movie i would highly recommend it to anyone

Reviewed by MrDHWong 6 / 10

A so-so look into the life of an ageing punk rocker

Ordinary World is a comedy drama starring Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong in his first leading role. Written and directed by Lee Kirk (The Office), the film is a so-so look into the life of an ageing punk rocker and features a fun acting turn from the lead singer and guitarist of Green Day.

In 1995, Perry Miller (Billie Joe Armstrong) was the frontman of a popular punk rock band "The Skunks". Fast forward to 20 years later and Perry now works at his family's hardware store with his younger brother Jake and is married with two children. As he approaches 40, Perry feels like he is having a midlife crisis and tries to reignite his passion for playing music, despite his adult responsibilities constantly getting in the way.

The film is a typical midlife crisis affair and offers little to the audience that hasn't been seen before. It plays off more as a means to get Billie Joe Armstrong's acting career started. Billie Joe, however, is actually quite a good leading man and he manages to give a convincing performance as an ageing former punk rocker and thankfully adds enough of his on-stage quirkiness to prevent the film from becoming boring. There are some nice scenes of his character trying to come to terms with not being "cool" with today's younger music fans and told to "get a real job" by his in-laws. The songs, both composed exclusively for this film and some older music from Green Day, are nice additions to the soundtrack and certainly suit the overall tone of the movie.

I rate it 6/10

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