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Leslie David Baker
Abandoned by his biological father before he was born, a tormented son living a life of self destruction embarks on a journey to Santorini, Greece to finally meet him. His abuse and inner demons become worse while struggling for the truth.
The Pranksters are a secret society that rights the wrongs of high school. Its leader, Chris, longs for more with graduation looming. Under the guidance of his eccentric Uncle Nick, Chris embarks on a challenging path of self-discovery and romance. Written by
You gotta love a movie that has a target audience which I would mark at 12-17 or so, YET it has enough of a message and some 'old' classic pranks to appeal to adults as well. I remember pulling a couple of these myself in middle and high school . I laughed, loved the campy style AND there are sincere messages about being yourself and trusting yourself. Why this movie isn't competing with the Hollywood stupidity released for young adults is just typical. One big super star and it might have easily entered into the fray. The acting was very believable and sincere. It isn't a movie that you have to worry your kids are going to see or purchase. Though the pranks are very funny and 'creative'...there is enough of a message to also 'grow up' and make good choices. Great first movie for the writer/director who seems to have his values in the right place.
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