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 ...
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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 Principal Dickwalder is first handed a bag of cocaine, it's in a sealed plastic bag. When he snorts it, it turns into a a Ziploc baggie of coke. 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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I saw this on HBO lateish last night and should have gone to bed with an early start today, but I stayed up with my girlfriend to watch it all the way through. Glad I did.
Films always have something they're trying to achieve. This film's there to make you laugh, particularly if you're sub-30 and probably sub-20 and for that it's great. It's not meant to be deep - it's stupid with a lot of good gags.
I scrape in sub-30 and so remember Ferris Bueller's Day Off from the 80s. Like Family Guy figuring copying the Simpsons set-up was the best idea, so they've copied the set-up almost completely - High School student getting away with party day, getting his girl, graduated sister half-covering for him and Principal chasing him around town (with fat secretary holding the fort). Oh, and a dead relative.
You know it's shallow, but that's why it's good. Does what it's supposed to, hence the 8.
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