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On Danny's phone, it shows up as an iMessage (an iPhone feature) but the teacher is using an Android phone, which would not be an iMessage.
This is incorrect. The send button on an iPhone changes to blue when it is using iMessage. In this case it is green which would be the correct color for a sms text from a different brand of phone. See more »
From the first moment new teacher Ms. Matson (Josie Davis) sees Danny (Cameron Deane Stewart) on the baseball diamond, she knows what she wants. And so do we.
Ms. Matson is a hard bodied TILF, packed into tight outfits. She also will not be denied. She sets out on a scorched-earth campaign to bring Danny under her spell, leaving damage in her wake.
Danny's girlfriend is Jamie (Kellie Stranahan), a good student with a bright future. She and Danny are in Ms. Matson's literature class, allowing her to use her influence as a teacher to lure Danny and sidetrack Jamie.
The entire story is predictable. Ms. Matson is creepy. Many scenes feel sterile. The classroom scenes are clichéd. All of the students are attractive. The players on the high school baseball team can't throw a ball.
This television movie is guilty of being uninteresting.
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