Psych: The Movie


Comedy / Crime / Mystery

IMDb Rating 7.5 10 7,060


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February 1, 2020



John Cena as John Cenastone
Mena Suvari as Brandi Boski
Zachary Levi as Narrator
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780.49 MB
23.976 fps
88 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blanche-2 10 / 10 / 10

The boys are back, and they're crazier than ever

It was such a delight to hear the Psych theme song again and see the wonderful cast, including James Roday, Dule Hill, Maggie Lawson, Kristen Nelson, Corbin Bernsen, and Kurt Fuller. The only one missing was Carlton "Lassie" Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) who actually did appear when Maggie contacted him by phone. When the film begins, it is three years later, and the whole group is now working in San Francisco. Shawn (Roday) continues to search for the engagement ring he wanted to give Juliet (Lawson), Gus (Hill) has a beautiful stalker, and someone is out to get Maggie. There are the usual one-liners, the singing in harmony, and some familiar villains, including a hilarious bit at the end of the film. There's a scene in a closed insane asylum and one in Alcatraz. All par for the course. I really miss these guys. I think today we need to laugh more than we ever have, and the Psych group belongs on the landscape. Thankfully, I don't think this is the last time we'll see them.

Reviewed by generationofswine 6 / 10 / 10

An Honest Review

OK, maybe this one would be better titled a "bias" review. You see, the TV show had this thing where it made me laugh out loud at least once an episode. At LEAST. And honestly, there aren't that many shows that have really made me laugh out loud. And then, well, James Roday and Dulé Hill are just brilliant together, hands down the best comedic duo I've seen in a VERY long time. So...walking into this, well, I had high expectations and, I kind of already knew I was going to love it... Except...Timothy Omundson, breaks the heart about his stroke and he was missed, a lot, because, yeah, he was hysterical too. And, as in the the TV show, the only week part is really Maggie Lawson and that's not her fault, she just...the straight one. She does a good job, but with Roday and Hill sharing scenes with her, it's hard for her to get out of those shadows. Still, "Shawn stop talking," she has her moments. And the same pretty much stands for this movie as well. Everyone is hysterical, Roday and Hill play off one another to great effect, and poor Lawson is stuck playing it straight while Corbin, Fuller, and the rest get to ham it up until, well, until you're laughing. Really, they came back without missing a beat. It was like they were all made for their roles. AND...did I mention it was funny, like really funny? Isn't that the most important part? I laughed out loud again. It was hysterical, just like the show and...just reminded me how much I missed it. So funny that there were scenes you just had to rewind a few times. Just so funny and, with shows like this, that is all that matters. It was really like seeing old friends again.

Reviewed by Eric266 6 / 10 / 10

It Was Nice Seeing the Gang, But...

I was really psyched (no pun intended) to see this. The banter between Shawn and Gus was the highlight of the series IMO. All the pop culture references were fun too. The supporting cast was always top-notch and the guests stars AND the references to those stars' other acting jobs were a hoot. The movie was a let down for me. It was awesome seeing all the cast come back (with the exception of Woody, who I thought was a bad choice to bring back), but it seemed like they were filming a spoof of the TV show rather than a continuation of it. The characters acted as if they knew they were characters in a movie. So many plots were shoehorned in just to give a reason to show former cast mates and guest stars that it made the plot feel bloated and convoluted. The Chief's daughter is a perfect example. The daughter's subplot was totally pointless other than to show that the Chief was now a mother. Another bad decision was Juliet's crises of conscience over her previous actions in the Santa Barbara PD. It was so out of character and so contrived it felt like fan fiction. Despite these flaws, the banter between Gus and Shawn was great. Dule Hill and James Roday have a nice, easy chemistry between them and I wish that would have been more of the focus. The inclusion of Zachary Levi as a villain was a nice new twist, but I could have done without (spoiler alert) Mena Suvari as the ultimate villain. That just felt tacked on. I hope they make a couple more of these over the next couple of years. I could do with more focus on Shawn and Gus, and less on the supporting cast. They are supporting characters for a reason.

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