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On the Bus
Written by John E. Rhone (as John Rhone) and Ontario Haynes
Produced by John E. Rhone (as J. Rhone) and Ontario Haynes (as O. Haynes) for Whole 9 Entertainment
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but it did keep me mildly entertained. A nerd high schooler, Alvin, comes up with the idea of fixing the hotest girl, Paris, in school's car in exchange for her to hang with him for 2 weeks. So, he becomes popular and starts blowing off his old nerd friends. You've seen this plot a thousand times. It had a few humorous moments with Alvins' dad who just wants his son to "score" and stop being a nerd. And Alvins' sister has some funny lines about why he's acting strange. It was a little disappointing to see Alvin treat Paris like crap then of course she realizes she has the hots for him.
One big complaint was that most of the high school kids in this movie looked like they were in there mid-30s, especially Alvin's nerd friends.
FINAL VERDICT: I think it is aimed for a teenage audience, and if you are over 22, I don't recommend it.
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