Snack Shack (2024)

  • Year: 2024
  • Released: 15 Mar 2024
  • Country: United States
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  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: R
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Runtime: 112 min
  • Writer: Adam Rehmeier
  • Director: Adam Rehmeier
  • Cast: Conor Sherry, Gabriel LaBelle, Mika Abdalla
  • Keywords: male friendship, coming of age, nebraska, 1990s, amused,
75% – Critics
89% – Audience

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Snack Shack Movie Reviews

Easily a Modern Classic

The Snack Shack like a modern Sandlot.

This movie is about two best friends and their schemes and shenanigans over a summer in Nebraska in 1991. One friend is the schemer who always has an idea and a plan for what to do next, and the other friend is the more level headed but very ambitious go getter. Together they execute these risky plans that might get them into trouble with their parents but venture to make money and have fun over the summer.

At it’s core it might sound generic and formulaic for a coming of age movie but it shines due to the amount of heart and soul poured into it.

The acting is expertly done. The script allows for campy, comedy, and realism to flow through the characters. The jokes land and the physical comedy is well timed.

The movie is also able to juggle varying tone quite well and keeps the overall pacing solid One con I will say is that I don’t know what the overall theme of the movie was supposed to be, or if there was supposed to be one.

Nevertheless the Snack Shack is a very heartfelt coming of age comedy that clearly had a lot of hard work and heart put into it.

I loved this a lot!

The other reviewer has a phenomenal description so I’ll just put some other thoughts. I was blessed to see an early screening a few hours ago, I had to bike home after a long day that was satisfying and ironically there was bikes in multiple scenes. I absolutely love the leads especially Gabriel Labelle known previously from Fabelmans by Stephen Spielberg so no wonder he’s shining with great talent in this fun comedy/romance/drama! Snack Shack has a wonderful classic vibe, great business ethics packed in, buddy vibes, partying, charming romance, and just great entertainment throughout that I hope when it’s out gets appreciated.

I miss when comedies weren’t afraid

I miss when comedies weren’t afraid of offending anyone. I miss when comedies didn’t try to teach me a lesson. I miss when comedies accurately showed how guys act and talk around each other.

I forgot how much I missed them until I watched Snack Shack. Now while this can be described as a 90s throwback comedy, it does a great job of celebrating bro culture without celebrating some of the creepy stuff from 80s/90s comedies, like peeping on women.

Having said that, some of the vulgar language and jokes had me cracking up. It reminds me of so many conversations I’ve had with my friends. The situations and movie overall are pretty hilarious, with a few highly memorable parts.

Lead actor Conor Sherry kills it. He does a great job with the comedy, with the perfect balance of being a dork without being a wuss. And there are a few serious moments where his performance made me say, “Wow.” I think we’ll be seeing more of him.

A couple things hold this back from being an instant comedy classic. Later in the movie, it focuses less on comedy and more on drama, both romantic and non. Most of it is done well, but there are very few laughs in the last half hour. And some of the romance drama feels manufactured, forced and unnecessary.

I still had a good time with this movie and encourage people to support R-rated comedies. We don’t get nearly enough of them.

(1 viewing, early fan screening 3/6/2024)