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Charles Martin Smith,
Oz, a rebellious teenager who just got expelled from his preppy school returns for one final prank. But as he goes to the basement to set things up, he stumbles upon a security consultant, former school employee, that just took the entire school hostage for millions in ransom. Oz must rely on his youth and love for pranks to outwit the devious criminal mastermind.Written by
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When Ozzie is skateboarding through the basement toward the electrical box, a crew member is seen to the right slowly crouching out of the way. See more »
So this vest really works, huh?
Sure. It's Swiss. It takes any caliber of bullet short of a Howitzer. Try to take it in the chest if you can.
Take it in the chest. You're kidding.
The vest is not nearly as effective if you get shot in the face.
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What Do I Have To Do?
Written by Christopher Hall / Jim Sellers / Walter Flakus / Andy Kubiszewski
Performed by Stabbing Westward
Courtesy of Columbia Records
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All right, the plot IS stupid. There are, however, very few films that treat computer work and technology at all well, even fewer show a realistic malcontent teen as a hero, and both Stewart and Kartheiser do an excellent job within the limits of the material.
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