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Sean Patrick Flanery,
A spoiled little rich girl arrives at Sorority High with studying the last thing on her mind. Spreading malicious rumours and splitting people up are just some of the things she finds amusing. Her behaviour not surprisingly though, starts to alienate her from her fellow classmates. Written by
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In the beginning driving scene, when Sabrina is arriving on the college campus with the radio on, she stops her car by Brain Bloom and his wagon. Her car is stopped and the radio then shut off by itself without her right hand touching the radio. See more »
I'm sorry Mother, God was only able to create *one* perfect daughter for you, now you'll just have to suffer with me.
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Express Yourself Back Home
Written by Dave Antrell
Performed by Rudy West & The Keys
Published by Autopower Music / Stethoscope Music (BMI)
Administered by Bug
Courtesy of Classic Artists Recordings See more »
This movie was in the new release section 8 years after it came out. It is one of the worst films I have seen in recent years. Richard Wright is obviously interested in promoting this movie, or perhaps he was thinking of another, much, much different film. The plot is predictable and completely unbelievable, the acting is awful. Even the music and set are miserable. If you don't want to take my word for it, go watch it, but don't say I didn't warn you!!
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