When a seventeen-year old aspiring dancer is uprooted mid-semester of her senior year, she finds herself in a small East Coast high school where her heart will be divided between two boys, ... See full summary »
When sardonic high school senior Sophie O'Dea inherits her neurotic grandmother's car, an old automobile named Star, she is told the car has magical powers. But when Sophie casually makes a... See full summary »
Jessica Darling's older sister gives her the "IT List," a checklist on how to navigate the middle school popularity hierarchy. The instructions appear simple enough to follow, but like life, nothing is as easy as it seems.
Bruno Walton and Melvin "Boots" O'Neal are the most infamous troublemakers at MacDonald Hall - a supposedly prestigious school for boys. Bruno, the brains behind the operation, has managed ... See full summary »
16-year-old Kelly quits an elite gymnastics program in America and moves to Australia. To help out a new friend and show up an old rival , because a girl tore her ACL. Kelly re-enters ... See full summary »
While attending college in Cape Town, Melea Martin loses her scholarship and must find money to pay for the rest of her semester. Searching for a way to honor her recently deceased mother ... See full summary »
Headmaster Sturgeon has had enough. In an attempt to put an end to Bruno and Boots high jinks, he declares that they are to be separated; no shared classes and, most certainly, no shared ... See full summary »
Ellie O'Brien is trying to juggle rhythmic gymnastics and troubles with her best friend. Meanwhile, classmate Jack Malloy is struggling to live up to his brothers' hockey-star legacies and dad's high expectations and tough-love approach.
The guest list for Allison Stone's party is actually the cast and crew list for the movie. The names in the left column are all crew members: Ralph McCloud (executive producer), Olivia Kuan (cinematographer), Calvin Snead (first assistant camera), Ellen Feldman (second assistant camera), Paul Mata (still photographer), Starla Christian (production designer), Andrew Lyons (art director), Murphy Dillow (set dresser), Michael Reynolds (unknown), Shea Wolfe (key costumer), Roxanne McDanel (key makeup artist), and Elizabeth Martin (key hair stylist). The names in the right column are all cast members: Diane Salinger (Delayna Hallow), Dee Wallace (Haidy Hallow), Tracey Gold (Didi Hallow), Pilot Serrcerno (Jessa Moreland), Daniel Cooksley (Richard Moreland), Dillion Cavitt (Nathan), Kelsey Impicciche (Allison Stone), David Appleton (Ned), Vincent Giovagnoli (Zack Moreland), Vanesa Lavado (Lisa), Malcolm Campbell (Security Guard), and Alie Urguhart (unknown). See more »
There is not one new or innovative idea in this entire movie.
You have seen it all before .. many many times before... and always done much much better than this production.
The production values are achingly low... even for a "Canadian Production".
Even by Canadian standards, the cast is exceptionally bland and totally lacking in charisma. About a third of the way into the movie you start glancing at your watch wondering if ANYTHING entertaining is going to happen in this film.
There are many many other similar themed movies.... watch one of THEM. But, do not waste your time on this one.
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