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Appearance, my friend, is first and foremost in this savage land that we call high school. We are graded not only on intellectual prowess, but also on our physical appearance.
Uh...you have a mullet.
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When I first saw this movie, I was expecting some lame high school comedy. I was pleasantly and completely surprised. "2 Little, 2 Late" is funny, moving, poignant, and brilliant film-making. The seemingly unusual cast (Anthony Michael Hall as a teacher/authority figure??) is perfect, filled with amazing young talents. The directional style is simple, understated, and it fits this movie like a glove. The wonderful script treats a complex and touchy issue with dignity and humour. The movie is out to prove a point, but it never points a finger of blame or favours anyone. I would definitely give "2 Little, 2 Late" a 10 out of a 10.
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