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Austin High (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 4 April 2012 (USA)
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In this hilarious and sexy stoner adventure, the blazed students and faculty of Austin's Ladybird High attempt to shake off their slacker demons to stand up for their lifestyle and the eccentric city they love.

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Alan Deutsch
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael S. Wilson ... Samuel Wilson
Melinda Cohen ... Dr. Patricia Lambert
Brently Heilbron ... Tony Gennocide
Bill Wise ... Chet
Byron Brown Byron Brown ... John
Adriene Mishler ... Maggie
Taylor Stammen ... Sydney
Phillip Wolf Phillip Wolf ... Jerry
Matthew Grathwol Matthew Grathwol ... Krispy
Zach Hall Zach Hall ... K.C.
Brett Hamann Brett Hamann ... Guy Guyerson
Zach Thatcher ... Joel
Sam Eidson ... Jared Richter
Duane 'Dog' Chapman ... Bogg
Michael Dalmon Michael Dalmon ... Credge Spanklin
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In this hilarious and sexy stoner adventure, the blazed students and faculty of Austin's Ladybird High attempt to shake off their slacker demons to stand up for their lifestyle and the eccentric city they love.

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Not Rated

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USA

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English

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4 April 2012 (USA) See more »

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420 Austin High See more »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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After seeing it for free, I paid to see it again.
2 January 2012 | by jdrgn9See all my reviews

I really enjoyed the first feature length comedy by the writers at BeefandSage. The main story revolves around a forced culture change at high school, but touches on issues of gentrification and corrupt politicians, while also containing elements of coming-of-age comedy. From the soundtrack to laugh-out-loud moments, it's certainly well done for the budget. Brently Heilbron alone was worth the price of admission, but it was certainly a team effort with talented (and hilarious) short- film actor, Mike Wilson, the smoking-hot Melinda Cohen, and gifted director, Alan Deutsch. Can't wait to own a copy!


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