A day in the lives of a group of average teenage high school students. The film follows every character and shows their daily routines. However two of the students plan to do something that the student body won't forget.Written by
The school this was filmed at (Whitaker Middle School, formerly Adams High School in Portland, OR) was torn down in 2007 due to asbestos and black mold. The school had already been shut down when the film was shot. See more »
At the beginning of the film, when John tells his dad that he wants to take over driving he walks over to the drivers side of the car. When he opens the door to get his dad out, 2 members of the crew can be seen in the reflection of the wing mirror. See more »
This film was a total waste of my time and yours. It certainly does NOT deserve the high ratings that it currently has (7.4). Let me explain...
It is mindless piece of film with no storyline or substance what so ever. for 45 minutes of the 80 it follows the backs of peoples heads around whilst they wander around their school (without any purpose!!??) and then there is the unforgivable and forgettable dialogue for the rest of it.
There is no imagination for the basis of the film, for goodness sake, you only have to turn on the news if you want to watch this sort of depressing reality! This is exactly the sort of film that will encourage copy cat behaviour because of the mindlessness it eminates...and will the finger be pointed here? I doubt it, but it should be!
The acting is NOT acting but people who look like they have stolen a camera for the day and are experimenting for the first time. The film culminates in a few people being shot with a couple of the characters' new gun.
Please, there is enough insanity in this world with out you wasting your time and brain cells trying to find any meaning in this instantly forgettable, depressing waste of perfectly good blank DVD's!
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