Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland


Action / Comedy / Sport

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 99%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 11013


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Alan Ritchson as Thad Castle
Frankie Shaw as Mary Jo Cacciatore
Darin Brooks as Alex Moran
Page Kennedy as Radon Randell
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1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by h-61929 4 / 10

Hard to Accept

I don't write many reviews but I felt I had to after watching the BMS Movie. I understand that the movie is low budget but do you really need a lot of money to show college kids drinking and playing football?

Being a huge fan of the TV show having watched and re-watched it many times I was excited as anyone to hear that they were going to make a movie. The trailer implied that it would lead on from the BMS TV show as well as bringing back some of our favourite characters from previous seasons (Radon and Shilo). So I am sure we were all thinking, football, drinking and crazy antics, and whereas the show did get the latter two it was missing one of the main aspects....FOOTBALL! There was literally 2 minutes of not even football at the start of the movie on a very run down looking field which was quite depressing and that's it. As for the drinking and antics I think they didn't do it right, the film was basically one giant party which made it feel like they didn't actually accomplish anything throughout the whole film. Using a different goat house didn't help either and just disconnected me from feeling the buzz of the old show, it felt cold and strange.

The two old fan favourites Radon and Shilo were expected to at least have a little role in the film, maybe on an opposing team or coming back to BMS to join Alex in his senior year, can you imagine how great it would of been if they included Alex playing against both Radon and Shilo as an ultimate showing on how far Alex has progressed while at BMS? Well we will never know since both made a cameo appearance at the end, Radon had literally like one line and Shilo a couple minutes of irrelevant screen time. Honourable mention for JON JON and Debra who were nowhere to be seen.

There were funny parts dotted around throughout the film but it felt like you kept waiting and waiting for something to happen to give the film some sort of edge, right up to the part when it ended. Even as I finish writing this I have bitter sweet memories of the TV show, the first episode with Alex preparing to laze off through college right up to him becoming the King of BMS and I wish that the film let the show go out with a bang instead of fizzling out as a surreal version of itself.

Reviewed by giberoutatime 8 / 10

Does for the Series what Serenity did for Firefly...

.... in that it gives closure on an awesome TV show in a more entertaining than expected fashion. Fans will love it!

Granted it's not all exactly the same. Different Goathouse, not all the cast is there (but more than I expected really) and it's just not the same without Rev Theory, but other than that....

DUDE! This is what fans have been waiting for!!! Thad was only a supporting character on the show at first and like Urkel on steroids (or rabies) he immediately became the star of the show and thus the center of the movie. But really Thad is BMS! And his story is our story. Only with more sloots.

The trailer only covers like the first half hour of the movie so there is much more to see I promise. We do see what has become of the other characters... Larry for instance. Radon and even Craig Shilo make an appearance. Coach has an interesting little plot line that is pulled from the headlines. Donnie has an arc of sorts... Sammy and Mary Jo are there and I dare say even Alex gets a sort of closure. But remember... This all takes place before the start of the season so there is plenty of room to add future BMS adventures!

It's not perfect but it's better than we could've hoped for, waaaaay more graphic than Spike would allow (language, full frontal sloots) and drug use galore!!! If you get past the party scenes the story picks up a bit more and there are even a couple of their trademark film spoofs. Alan Ritchson has made a name for himself doing a variety of film roles but will always be known as Thad Castle. He's a producer on this piece and hat's off to him and the whole team who kept the dream alive and made this awesome film. Watching the behind the scenes stuff on YouTube really makes one realize how limited they were filming; I'm glad they pulled it off. Kudos.

THADLAND is a must see for any true BMS fan and gives the characters and this world the over-the-top; egotistical; insane yet cathartic send off that the show never could. God Bless America and God Bless Blue Mountain State!

Reviewed by wbullitt 6 / 10

I'm mixed. They did things right and they did things wrong.

I had high hopes coming in to this movie. The show was incredibly funny, and I was expecting something more like the show in this.

I expected to see Thad in the NFL, with possible NFL player cameo's. Instead we see a Thad who has somehow had his contract terminated without anybody noticing. Seriously, if the number 1 pick in the draft is cut, I'm sure Moran would have found out before he did. Also, getting stabbed by a rhino (and not being physically injured) is a lame excuse for Thad getting cut. It's just not realistic.

Don't get me wrong, they did things right: 1) Bringing back Radon and Shilo I was upset after season 1 when Shilo left and was smiling when I saw him pick up Alex. By that time in the movie, it was a much needed cameo. I wish it had lasted longer though, as he is only there for a short amount of time. When it comes to Radon, he didn't even have a line until the last scene. Radon was hilarious in season 2, and would've loved him to resurrect DREAMS maybe. 2) The comedy was stepped up in some parts. In the first 20 minutes or so, it is hilarious. Thad's interview was maybe the funniest part in the movie. Thad's character alone was funnier than I had remembered. Him tracing his drawing of Thadland is genius. 3) The roles of Larry, Donnie, and Harmon Harmon did what he did in the show, Larry was coach, and Donnie is gay. All of these story lines were very funny to see pan out and they did a good job. 4) Bringing back Mary Jo. Not really sure why she disappeared in Season 3, but I was glad she was back. 5) Dick-Dawg By far the funniest character for me. Everything he did was hilarious.

Things they did wrong: 1) NO FOOTBALL This is the movie's biggest flaw, as there is close to no football in the movie. BMS is not BMS without football. 2) Coach Daniel's role I liked it at first, but his role kept getting smaller. And without his guy Jon Jon, there is no fun in him. 3) No Jon Jon or Debra. Jon Jon is a BMS classic and was sad to not see him there, would've liked to see Debra there as well. 4) Thad's death plan I'm not really sure what actually happened towards the end of the movie. Thad was carrying a loaded gun which first made me think he was gonna shoot himself when he mentioned him in heaven. He then went down with the Goathouse and presumed dead. Don't worry, he is not dead. He is resurrected as Mr. PoonTang somewhere far away (in a ridiculous looking wig and mustache which made me spit out my drink it was so funny). 5) The role of Sammy We saw Sammy nude way too many times in this one. Just because you can, doesn't mean you should. He didn't play a big enough role and turned into a bit of an animal when he ate Billy the Goat. Then he tried to beat up Dick-Dawg which was useless. I would have been okay with Dick-Dawg leaving him there for dead. 6) Different Goat House Not sure why it was different.

Overall it was enjoyable and funny. I really hope the show comes back though.

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