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"Regular Guys, Virtual Heroes."
  • R
  • 2013
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 4.7  (2,220)

Noobz is a comedy movie from 2012, directed by and starring Blake Freeman. The movie centers around a group of friends who are passionate about video games and decide to compete in a major gaming tournament in Los Angeles. The cast also includes notable comedic actors such as Mindy Sterling and Jason Mewes. The story kicks off with Cody (played by Blake Freeman), a former gamer who has given up his passion to become a successful salesman. After losing his job, he reunites with his old friends Andy (played by Jason Mewes), Oliver (played by Moises Arias), and “Hollywood” (played by Matt Shively) to form a gaming team and enter the Cyber Bowl gaming tournament. Along the way, they meet a teenage gamer named Kip (played by Zelda Williams) who becomes their coach.

As the team makes their way to Los Angeles, they encounter a number of challenges, both personal and technical. Cody’s girlfriend, who does not understand his love for gaming, constantly nags him about finding a “real job”. Hollywood has a gambling addiction that gets in the way of their travel plans. And to make matters worse, they lose their laptops and have to buy new ones, resulting in a series of tech-related mishaps.

But through it all, the group remains determined to win the tournament and prove their worth as gamers. They face stiff competition, including a team of cocky gamers who make fun of their skills. There are moments of tension and comedy as the team navigates the challenges of the tournament and their personal lives.

Noobz is a fun and light-hearted movie that will appeal to anyone who has ever been passionate about gaming. The movie takes a humorous approach to the gaming world, poking fun at the stereotypes associated with gamers while recognizing the passion and skill that goes into gaming. The characters are relatable and likable, and their interactions feel authentic and grounded in reality.

One of the highlights of the movie is the chemistry between the cast. Blake Freeman and Jason Mewes, in particular, have great comedic timing, and their banter feels natural and effortless. Mindy Sterling also shines as Cody’s disapproving mother, who disapproves of his love for gaming. She delivers some of the movie’s funniest lines and serves as a great foil to the more laid-back characters.

Overall, Noobz is a fun and enjoyable movie that will appeal to gamers and non-gamers alike. It’s not groundbreaking or particularly deep, but it’s a great way to spend an hour and a half, especially if you’re looking for a lighthearted comedy that will put a smile on your face. If you’re a fan of Blake Freeman, Jason Mewes, or Mindy Sterling, or if you’re simply looking for a fun movie to watch with friends, Noobz is definitely worth checking out.

Noobz is a 2013 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.7.

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Noobz is available to watch, stream, download and buy on demand at Google Play. Some platforms allow you to rent Noobz for a limited time or purchase the movie and download it to your device.
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    4.7  (2,220)