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Expelled (2014)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 16 December 2014 (USA)
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Felix is a legendary prankster who gets expelled from his high school and, with the help of his friends, will stop at nothing to hide it from his parents.

Director:

Alex Goyette

Writer:

Alex Goyette
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cameron Dallas ... Felix O'neil
Matt Shively ... Danny
Lia Marie Johnson ... Katie
Marcus Johns ... Ben
Andrea Russett Andrea Russett ... Vanessa
Emilio Palame ... Principal Truman
Kristina Hayes Kristina Hayes ... Julie
Teala Dunn ... Emily
Michelle Glavan ... Stacy
Circus-Szalewski ... Shamus
Stevie Mack ... Mr. Harris
Tom McLaren ... Phil
Sajad Jabery Sajad Jabery ... Basketball Player
David Carter-T David Carter-T ... Basketball Player
Amy Roiland Amy Roiland ... Mrs. Jensen
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Storyline

Felix (Cameron Dallas) is a legendary prankster who always charms his way out of trouble. However, after his third strike at school, the principal has had enough and expels him. Never defeated, Felix resorts to his infamous ways and devises a plan with his brother (Marcus Johns), best friend (Matt Shively), new friend (Lia Marie Johnson) and classmate (Andrea Russett) to hide it from his parents.

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cheater | bare chested male | vine | See All (3) »

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Eastwood High Is About To Get Schooled

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Comedy

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Rated PG-13 for some crude language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 December 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Confusões e Expulsões See more »

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Awesomeness Films See more »
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Trivia

Rene Michelle Aranda, who plays one of the police officers in the movie, is the sister of another Internet celebrity, Michael Aranda (known for John Green's _"Vlogbrothers" (2007)_, _"SciShow" (2012), _"Crash Course" (2012)_ & many more). See more »

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When Ben is playing horseshoes in the attic, and he picks up the last one, he inspects it, and it flops like rubber. See more »

Quotes

Vanessa: [singing] What does your heart tell you?
Felix O'neil: [singing] That you're a traitorous butt-munch!
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Doin' That Thing
Performed by Raphael Lake, Aaron Levy & Jane Afrilu Sammut
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Predictable, but funny for the right audience
7 June 2015 | by raykyogrou0See all my reviews

Let's get real. This isn't a big-budget blockbuster movie. What do you expect, it was produced by a YouTube channel forgodsakes. The people in it are not actors, they are just YouTubers, Viners, you name it. And if you're not into watching funny sketches on those sites, why would you expect a film like this to be different? I'm pretty open-minded and watch any movie I find to be entertaining--not because I obsess over the main guy like some preteen girl.

This movie is directed at a specific audience. And so are Bollywood movies. I sat through 2-3 hours of a Bollywood movie once. It had song and dance/music video intermissions, irrational plots, and cartoon parts for scenes that were too expensive/difficult to film. I was mildly entertained because I wanted to know who stole the diamonds.

Sometimes I watch mainstream Philippine romantic/comedy/drama movies to make fun of how bad the acting is. They are all the same. There's a guy, there's a girl and they fall in love. There is a big climax near the end where everything seems to go to s*** but their love keeps them together. But to the right audience, this is cinema gold.

My point is: If you're the targeted audience, you will probably enjoy this movie. If you stumbled onto this movie by accident like me, you might hate it. But I loved the witty humor brought about by this cast. A movie doesn't have to be from Hollywood to be good.

At least it's better entertainment than Keeping Up With the Kardashians or Jersey Shore.


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