After discovering an urban legend of a demented serial killer, who has nothing but a carved "smiley" on his face, a mentally fragile teenager must figure out if she is going insane - or if she could be the next victim.
A group of former high school students come back home for Thanksgiving. During the few days back they undertake things like partying, relationships, and reconnecting with family. The teenagers experience how to let go of high school and move on with their lives.Written by
Despite the film revolving around teens, Leigh and Dawson were 26 when this film was released. See more »
In the beginning of the movie shows Tori standing at a party with crossed arms and gets vomited on,, but later in the movie when the scene occurs, Tori is actually recording another girl with her phone when she gets vomited on. See more »
I really wanted to support someone from the YouTube community that made it to the big screen and I was looking forward to see this film.
Sadly the movie was unfunny and poorly written. The jokes were mostly puke/poop/fart ones, repetitive, forced and badly executed. The movie consisted only of sappy sitcom scenes and the previously mentioned doubtful humor.
And what's with all the sex, rape, dicks, boobs and stereotypes? I don't mind using any of this in comedy, because in comedy we should learn how to laugh at everything. But that wasn't making a joke about it, it was putting it there as the joke. Like when you make a scene with dick sucking through a glory hole and the girl on the other side being loud and obnoxious it doesn't make it a "joke". It's just a loud dick sucking scene. It's unnecessary, cheap and targeted for retarded people. HO HO HO dick, toilet, sucking, screaming...that's funny!
Hope he'll make something better next time.
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