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When Adam accidentally gives up the location for the senior skip day party to his school's principal, he offers up his house as a new location. But for it to be a success, he needs to get his senior class to his house and stop the principal from crashing the party. Written by
Writer Evan Wasserstrom is from Livingston, NJ and attended Whippany Park High School in Whippany, NJ. The vice principal when he graduated in 1975 was named Rickwalder. In the movie, Frank Dickwalder is the principal of Whippany Park High School even though it takes place in California and not New Jersey. Mr. Rigetti is named after Joseph Righetti, who still teaches at Whippany Park. See more »
When Tate is tempting Isha with the chicken on the couch. It changes from a drumstick to a chicken wing between shots and then changes back to a drumstick when she takes a bite. See more »
Yeah heh. Surely I do imbibe in copious herbage but, I don't drink alcohol, I made straight A's and I show the utmost respect for the ladies. Heh yeah.
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If you're looking for a film with meaning keep on looking. If you want a little escapist fun then have a look.
Unlike another reviewer I do not think this is as good as Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The script isn't really all that similar except for the psycho prinicpal. Ferris was "king of the school" skips class for a day of fun. This movie is "school loser throws a party for the whole class and becomes semi-cool". They do have characters talking to the screen in common. I do agree it's pretty much a copy of the premise though.
The main difference between the 2 movies is the quality of the cast. These guys aren't terrible, and there are actually some pretty good performances, but they don't match the quality of the Ferris cast.
The male lead, Gary Lundy, is okay if a bit blah. His unrequited love interest is played in a likable and competent way by Kayla Ewell. Both are basically unknowns, at least to me. Tara Reid is pretty good although in a fairly small part. She doesn't look as hot as she used to but then she's not playing a teen lead anymore. And Lea Thompson still looks too good to be anybody's mom, but does a nice job. Larry Miller is kind of irritating but does okay. Clint Howard is the same as always, no Macbeth but a quirky and funny character.
Not much else to say really. I didn't bust a gut laughing but I enjoyed it.
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