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Can you sacrifice your friends to do what's right?
Emma Redding, head strong and stubborn has the life that she wants. Popularity, parties, great friends, a great boyfriend not to mention good grades. But when she starts work at a local fast food restaurant (Patty's) and sees how unfair people are being treated there she decides to start a union. As she starts on her quest aided by her friends she finds out who her real friends are. After her friend Tiffany decides to back out on her and her boyfriend Scott dumps her for trying to form a union, Emma is left with the "losers" to fight in what she believes in but after a while, the loneliness and seeing her ex with her best friend makes her wonder if she can make it. Can you sacrifice your friends to do what's right? I thought it was a very good movie that a lot of teenagers would probably like. Emma is a party girl in the beginning and you can watch as she changes and debates what's more important in her life. Also there's the perfect amount of romance so that it's not too mushy or boring. It was a really interesting movie and I couldn't stand the breaks!!
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