Among thousands of kids trying their best to make college work, Alex feels alone and depressed. Home is 1500 miles away and he's struggling to find a reason not to go back. Maggie, Alex's sophomore RA, has been crushing college since day one. Today though, Maggie is dealt an unexpected loss. After a party at Shithouse, Maggie wants some company and finds it in Alex. Two young people raised in very different households, Alex and Maggie challenge each other and grow up together.Written by
Cooper wore two hats for this movie. His character having a hard time adjusting into college life was realistic and many people will relate to it. Dylan being scared of moving forward and being girl next door beautiful worked well. You wanted to get to know them a little more as each scene progressed.
I didn't get to know Pete, however, if he had maybe a word or two to say the development of his character might've brought this story to new heights 😉 Just kidding, of course. We learn more about him than most of the other characters tho.
Truth be told, while this movie might not be for everybody, if you're looking for lasers and special effects you might be disappointed. Nonetheless, I'd recommend watching it. You might be pleasantly surprised, like I was.
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