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Leslie David Baker
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
I review this movie from the point of view of the demographic for which it was intended. My nieces and Godchildren, all under 18, loved this movie and laughed heartily. I was surprised to see the delightful effect it had on most all of the children who saw it.
That being said, this movie is a winner if you have kids in your life who are in grade school or high school. The film has some important messages for impressionable minds, and it doesn't use profanity, anti-social behavior or nudity to make its points.
I appreciate the heart this film shows and I recommend it on that basis.
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