Smosh The Movie 2015 Full Movie

Yaripk presents the Movie Of Hollywood”Smosh The Movie” Directed by Alex Winter Starring Ian Hecox Anthony Padilla Jenna Marbles Grace Helbig Harley Morenstein Jillian Nelson Brittany Ross Michael Ian Black in lead roles exclusively on YariPk.

Smosh The Movie 2015 Full Movie

Smosh The Movie
Directed by Alex Winter
Produced by
  • Brian Robbins
  • Shauna Phelan
Written by
  • Eric Falconer
  • Steve Marmel
  • Ian Hecox
  • Anthony Padilla
  • Jenna Marbles
  • Grace Helbig
  • Harley Morenstein
  • Jillian Nelson
  • Brittany Ross
  • Michael Ian Black
Music by The Outfit
Cinematography Joe DeSalvo
Edited by Scott Richter
Smosh Productions
Defy Media
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Lions Gate Entertainment
Release dates
  • July 22, 2015 (2015-07-22) (Los Angeles)
  • July 24, 2015 (2015-07-24) (Worldwide)
Running time
86 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $5 million

Smosh The Movie 2015 Full Movie

is a 2015 American science fiction comedy film directed by Alex Winter, and distributed by 20th Century Fox in the U.S. and by Lionsgate Internationally. The film stars the YouTube comedy duo Smosh (which consists of Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox) as well as appearances from other YouTube stars, such as Jenna Marbles, Grace Helbig, and Harley Morenstein. This is Smosh’s first theatrical film, and revolves around Smosh going inside YouTube virtually to alter a clip that will ruin Anthony’s chances of winning over his crush, Anna.

The film premiered at Los Angeles and Vidcon 2015 on July 22–23, and was released in the United States on July 24, 2015 to mixed reviews.[1][2] It was then released in the United Kingdom, by Lions Gate Entertainment, but it was not set for an international release including countries such as Asia, Europe, Australia, Philippines, South America and more.


Smosh The Movie

“People love watching jackasses doing stupid things!” yells the chief executive of a certain huge video-sharing company. “It’s our bread and butter here at YouTube.”

That’s one of many scenes in “Smosh: The Movie,” in which Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla, whose Smosh comedy video channel on YouTube has more than 20 million subscribers, seem to be biting the hand that feeds them. Another example: the occasional references to how much they hate the advertisements that play before YouTube videos (ads that, in real life, put money directly into the pockets of Mr. Hecox and Mr. Padilla).

The satire is gentle, though, reflecting the communitarian ethos — we’re all in this together, laughing at one another — that typifies the decade’s worth of videos produced by the Smosh duo. Their movie debut is a fairly successful effort to apply the tone and comic style of those hastily produced weekly shorts to a feature-length script with an actual plot. It might not pass muster at the multiplex, but it’s clever and surprisingly easy to sit through, even if you’re not a teenage fan of Smosh opuses like “My Magical Tapeworm” and “Paranormal Easy-Bake Oven.”

And “Smosh: The Movie,” the most prominent full-length film so farfeaturing YouTube stars, won’t have to prove itself in theaters. Outside of a one-night premiere in Los Angeles, it’s available only online, as a $9.99 download beginning on Friday from a number of major video-on-demand providers including iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, PlayStation, Xbox and Barnes & Noble’s Nook. Keeping it online may shield it from the level of scrutiny that features (even those made for television) usually receive. Asking two-thirds the price of a movie ticket, on the other hand, leads to a certain level of expectation.


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