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Jacquie and Sara were best friends forever. They shared everything, including the same birthday, which they always celebrated together. This year, however, after a huge falling out the two teens wind up competing against each other to see who can have the better and more extravagant sweet 16 birthday party.Written by
This was Paula DeAnda's movie film debut, in an university interview she said this would later help her dabble into acting more since her breakout into acting was pleasing. She also makes a reference to Clive Davis in this film, he is responsible for her career. She was intended to make an official music video for the movie as she was the main star. See more »
I am so sick of High School. I need to go to collage, I don't have the grades. Damn!
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When two lifelong best friends are reunited after one spends a year at boarding school, their friendship is tested by a popular senior that wants to take over control of their sweet sixteen party.
The plot is very simple and has been done many times before. For an MTV movie, the actors were pretty good, except for Sarah's love interest Shannon (Brendan Miller), and an over-the-top and ultimately just irritating party coordinator played by Debra Wilson of Mad TV fame.
To go off on a tangent about poor writing, Sarah (Amanda Michalka) is a student activist that makes a big deal about taking cheese off of her pizza because she's a vegan, but has no problem eating ice-cream. And poor writing for her character also leads to her cheese-free comment of "I don't eat anything with a face"... Sorry, but cheese doesn't have a face, nor does the milk that it is made from.
Much of the dialogue is corny, and the character personas are overdone. The time between what they begin as and what they "become" happens too quickly without any transitional period. It's probably the best effort they could have made to turn an MTV reality show into a feature-length scripted movie. Overall, if you keep your expectations low, you might enjoy it. Maybe.
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