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It puzzles me as to the low rating for this film. Although painfully innocent, rude or even subtly rude gags completely left out, and remarkably cliché (almost all moments were predicted by people in the room while watching), PROM is a light-hearted, humorous and generally nice tale of the most important moment to teenagers about to leave school.
Most enjoyable was the acting of Lloyd, played by Nicholas Braun, and just how believable and funny the small story lines for him were. Perhaps the less cliché moments of the film were enjoyed by his character.
Overall, a nice, sweet film that would be most enjoyable to people around the age of the characters in the film.
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