An embarrassing video of Anthony surfaces online right before his fifth high school reunion. The Smosh dudes then take a portal into YouTube and race to change the video and re-write history before it blows Anthony's chances of reconnecting with his teen crush Anna.
EVERY [BLANK] EVER is a parody show poking fun at everything - ever. Join Ian, Anthony, Keith, Noah, Courtney, Shayne and Olivia as we throw a big, magnifying glass on the ridiculous tropes... See full summary »
Two long life friends, Ian and Anthony, get invited to their 5 year high school reunion. There's a girl who Anthony had a crush on. A video leaks on the school website when he got a mic up his butt singing at his prom. He goes to YouTube to get it removed. The head of YouTube, Steve YouTube, lets them into a portal where they can change the video. With an all star cast Ian Hecox, Anthony Padilla and Michael Ian Black, this is definitely the duo Smosh's best success.
The film's director, Alex Winter, starred in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989) which is also about the traveling adventures of two young California dudes. Both films feature the two leads time jumping to different locations. See more »
When Ian and Anthony land in the wisdom teeth driving video, one shot of the road clearly has skid marks from a previous take. The same thing happens as they go through their viewing history and land back into the same video. See more »
Not a lot of good stuff to say about it.... Its an okay movie by itself, but very underwhelming and it did not live up to my expectations! Not the best acting by Ian and Anthony , its only a tiny bit more serious than their youtube videos and such. It mostly seems like a cheap and easy way to get as many youtubers and youtube videos in a movie as possible. Bottom line is that it was so hyped for and the have been advertising it for a long time now, so it is just VERY disappointing to anyone who thought it would be a good and unique movie, because it turns out to be a good concept that they took care of in the worst possible way and made it look and feel like a low-budget cliché filled movie.
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