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Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Sept. 4, 2012
Price: DVD $26.98, Blu-ray $29.99
Studio: Anchor Bay
It’s stoner mayhem in the comedy movie High School, which was released in limited theaters in 2010 but held back from DVD and Blu-ray for a couple years.
The film stars Matt Bush (Margaret) as smart kid Henry Burke, school valedictorian who’s heading to MIT on a scholarship. But that gets threatened when his friend Travis (Sean Marquette, Love at First Hiccup) convinces Matt to try pot for the first time just when the school decides to have a mandatory drug test. With his future in jeopardy, Matt tries the only thing he can do to save himself from getting expelled — get the whole school stoned so everyone will fail the drug test. And drug dealer Psycho Ed (Adrien Brody, The Experiment) is the man who can help.
Despite admitting that he had "gotten into trouble" and was now "sworn to secrecy," Ethan Hawke confirmed that he and his longtime collaborator Richard Linklater would be shooting a follow-up to their critically acclaimed films Before Sunrise and Before Sunset this summer. Almost ten years passed between the first two films, and we are quickly approaching almost a decade since the last. Though not much else is known about the next installment to this now-trilogy, Linklater and Hawke's interest in the passage of time is without question. The two have also been working on The 12-Year Project, literally filming a mere one vignette a year. For more on that project, the Sunset sequel and Hawke's other recent projects, hit the jump. In an interview with Indie Wire, Hawke said of The 12-Year Project: "it follows the life of a little boy from first grade to twelfth grade. And so the »
- Allison Keene
2 items from 2012
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