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Super Sweet 16: The Movie -- Two best friends try to outdo each other as their respective sweet 16 parties approach.


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Andy Cochran (screenplay)
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Release Date:
8 July 2007 (USA) See more »
There's Nothing Sweet About It! See more »
Two best friends try to outdo each other as their respective sweet 16 parties approach. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Joey Brander ... Disadvantaged Child
Erin Bria ... Herself
Giovanni Davis ... Partier

Paula DeAnda ... Alicia
Nikki Flores ... Zoey Cortez
Brandon G. Holley ... Jock

Brandon T. Jackson ... Brian

Sicily Johnson ... Chloe Spears (as Sicily)

Shanica Knowles ... Sierra
Tina Knowles ... Herself
Devin Leigh ... Student

AJ Michalka ... Sarah (as Amanda Michalka)

Aly Michalka ... Taylor (as Alyson Michalka)

Brendan Miller ... Shannon Plimpton

Regine Nehy ... Jacquie

Renee Olstead ... Sky Storm
Molly Kohler Pei ... Principle Jones

Josh Pence ... Abercrombie (as Joshua Pence)
Anahita Perez ... Gothic Girl

Ethan Phillips ... Craig

Roddy Piper ... Mitch
Phillip Roetter ... Jock

Eugene Shaw ... Club geek

Cassie Steele ... Sophie

Rocco Vienhage ... Coleman Palm
Nicole Wagner ... Victoria

Debra Wilson ... Eden Day
Rico Devereaux ... Bodyguard (uncredited)
Mark Holmes ... Limo Driver (uncredited)

Directed by
Neema Barnette 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Andy Cochran  screenplay & story
Charlie Jordan  story

Produced by
Leslie Belzberg .... line producer
Loretha C. Jones .... executive producer
Gina Scheerer .... associate producer
Cinematography by
Edward J. Pei 
Film Editing by
Skip Macdonald 
Casting by
Vinnie Potestivo 
Art Direction by
Lisa Vasconcellos 
Set Decoration by
Donald Elmblad 
Costume Design by
Mary Jane Fort 
Makeup Department
Petrice Bankhead .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Traci M. Lewis .... second assistant director
Art Department
Tracy Dishman .... assistant property master
Melissa Gelmo .... set dresser
Sherman Kew .... art department coordinator
Harlan Spatz .... set buyer
Russell Stimson .... leadman
Sound Department
Sean Byrnes .... sound utility
Adam De Coster .... foley artist
Paula Fairfield .... sound designer
Paula Fairfield .... supervising sound editor
Stanley Kastner .... re-recording mixer
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Coleman Metts .... production sound mix
Carla Murray .... sound effects designer
Carla Murray .... sound effects editor
Rick Owens .... foley artist
Kelly Vandever .... re-recording mixer
Gary Raymond .... Pro Tools music playback and recording (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Ambrose .... gaffer
Steve Bellen .... assistant camera
Christopher Haifley .... first assistant camera
Karen Korn .... film loader
Kyle Kovacs .... electrician
Glade Quinn .... dolly grip
Vince Rodriguez .... key grip
Brian Scotti .... electrician
Peter Weiland .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Jeni Thornell .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kim M. Holly .... costume supervisor
Tisha D. Nagel .... key costumer (as Tisha Jahnke)
Jessica Torok .... costume illustrator
Editorial Department
Greg Curry .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
Location Management
Cary Heckman .... assistant location manager
Music Department
Jason Eldredge .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
George Bolton .... transportation
Luis Brito .... driver
Mark Holmes .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Natalie Barbrie .... production assistant
Amber Bollinger .... production assistant
Keiann Collins .... script supervisor
Mark Cross .... production coordinator
Karla Drew .... assistant to producer and director
Paul Giorgi .... production accountant
Aaron Ponciano .... production assistant
Ben Raymond .... assistant production office coordinator
Michael Serrano .... set production assistant

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86 min
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9 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Truly Awful, 26 December 2007
Author: wolverinerage from United Kingdom

I caught this on TV tonight, regrettably. I can't name a single good thing about it. So let's point out the negatives: poor direction, rubbish acting and really (i mean REALLY!) 2D characters. I wasn't impressed by that Lindsay Lohan flick Mean Girls, but that was fantastic in comparison. The story centres around the most awesome hero ev-err(!), Miss Philanthropist Blonde who's a vegan environmentalist, and who doesn't care about fashion, etc. Basically a typical delusion of the less socially successful. And everyone sees she's better than her fashion-mad rival, Miss Dumb Blonde. But when her best friend joins her school, Miss Philanthropist is appalled to see her friend (from a racial minority, of course!) is impressed by Miss Dumb. What's more she can see Miss Dumb is using her friend! O M G (as Miss Dumb would somewhat annoyingly say). The film is ridiculously lazy: everything is 100% PC, as well as regurgitated, bizarrely, from similar terrible films. But none so bad as this, and the only excuse for watching it is if you want to delude yourself. I hate these films myself but if you're considering watching this, go watch Mean Girls instead. If you have taste, avoid all films aimed at WASP teenage girls. Thank you and goodnight.

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