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The After School Special (2000)

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Betty Accidentale ... Mr. O'Niel's Favorite Student 1
Liz Aderton ... Mr. O'Niel's Favorite Student 3
Phil Aderton ... Mr. O'Niel
Jaime Amerian ... Party Goer
Sarah Sexton Anderson ... Bikini Girl
Lawrence August ... Cop / Hooker 1 (as Lawrence Gustafson)
Kari Ball ... Anti Smoking Girl
K. Thomas Bierach ... Lee
Greg Bohmann ... The Loser
Adam Boor ... Quentin Kayhill
Geoff Braga ... Cup Guy
Erin K. Brown ... Keg Line Girl
... Melissa Serington (as Suzette Lippard)
Michael Cannon ... Football Player in a Dress
Diane Coli ... Party Goer
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Take everything you've learned from television and film about teenage comedies and growing up. Now throw it all out. This is "The After School Special". There are no morals to this story.

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Largest on campus screening at the University of Illinois. See more »

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No Thanks What So Ever To: The Academy that would not let us shoot there. Pav's Crazy Glue Buddy. See more »

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References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »

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Written by Adam Boor and Jeffrey Wolinski
Performed by Bourbon Steeet
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" Accomplished and Ambitious "
6 March 2002 | by See all my reviews

It would be criminal to give away much of what makes this film,at times, outrageously funny, so assume that the storyline is punctuated by several actors Dave (Jeffery Wolinski)and Adam (Quentin Kayhill).We meet both Dave and Adam during there high school years.In the "day and the life" scenario, these two characters both have a strong chemistry,so much so,you wish they had more screen time.This movie works,and much of the credit belongs with the cast,who are all on the same wavelength.The camera angles and movements keep your mind off the idiocies of the script,and the finale, a spectacular sight gag about teenage years. Kudos to Director Michael Wolinski. Comedy appears to be Wolinski's true trade.The Wolinski Brothers pack a five star punch.If you want a good laugh for the sake of a good laugh, be the first to see this film. Hollywood!! Sign these guys up.


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