An entry-level employee at a powerful corporation finds himself occupying a corner office, but at a dangerous price: he must spy on his boss's old mentor to secure for him a multi-billion dollar advantage.
When the goofy male student is passing out flyers advertising the big party, his friends come up to him and they begin a conversation. During this conversation, from shot to shot, the sun is sometimes shining down brightly and casting long shadows. Then suddenly it is much darker with minimal sun. Then back to intense sunshine again. This happens over and over again a dozen times in about a minutes time. See more »
The acting was half good and half bad, some of the actors did a good job while others were horrid. The main characters who are supposed to be seniors in high school all looked and acted like mid-20's college preps. The plot is really lame and unbelievable. The dialogue sounds fake most of the time. This is pretty bad even for a low budget slasher "teen" flick. Don't get me wrong, i love tons of them...but this just doesn't make you want to view it again. The ending tried to be interesting, but it failed...badly. While I've seen much worse before i still wouldn't give this movie more than a 2 out of a possible 10.
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