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John Hughes would roll over in his grave if he saw this poor excuse for a high-school movie (especially since it contains several references to his blockbuster films). The plot is not believable at all, the script is encumbered with dialog that often makes the actors sound scripted, and the acting is extremely sub par overall.
This movie has no sense of its own identity. It's more about the main character strutting around in slutty clothing than anything else. It is a prime example of the kind of tripe too often produced by Hollywood these days.
Don't waste your time on this joke.
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