On the first day of high school, two friends split before reconnecting three years later to sabotage prom.


Benny Fine


Benny Fine (screenplay by), Rafi Fine (screenplay by) | 3 more credits »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Danielle Campbell ... Maddy Datner
Joel Courtney ... Cole Reede
Madelaine Petsch ... Marissa
Cameron Palatas ... Kane
Meg DeLacy ... Felicity 'City' Stufts (as Meg Delacy)
Jill Cimorelli ... TIG / Abbey
Luke Bilyk ... T.J.
Michael Chey Michael Chey ... Sweats / Larry
Brendan Calton ... Strings / Efraim
Adan Allende Adan Allende ... Mutey / Emile
Ian Ziering ... Ken Reede
Cheri Oteri ... Christine Datner
Richard Karn ... Murphy Datner
Nicholle Tom ... Principal Statszill
Diamond White ... Rayna


Maddy and Cole were inseparable friends until high school started and Maddy became the most popular girl on campus. When she starts feeling lonely and heartbroken, she reconnects with Cole and the duo conspire to destroy the ultimate teen popularity contest - the prom.

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Comedy | Drama


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T.J. (Luke Bilyk) expresses a dislike for Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001). Bilyk appeared in that show, where he played Drew Torres. See more »


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Maddy: How could you do this to me? I never did anything to you.
Cole: It wasn't supposed to go down like that. It wasn't supposed to be you.
Maddy: You blame your entire shitty high school experience on me as if you being a loser is my fault. You just stood on the sidelines judging me, thinking you were better than me.
Cole: You're right. I'm sorry.
Maddy: Sorry's not good enough.
Marissa: [Marissa pulls down Cole's pants] Are you kidding me? Tighty lives!
[Students cheer]
Cole: [...]
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References Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2009) See more »


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Performed by Cursive
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Absolutely horrendous
12 March 2018 | by gabrielledesmondSee all my reviews

This movie is as close to insufferable as it gets. I thrive off of tacky teen movies, but this is next level. The characters are incredibly unrealistic and lack any depth whilst the script is cringey and so far out of touch it leaves me questioning if the writers have ever actually held a conversation with a youth in their lives (ttyl? g2g? Are we back in the era of flip phones?). Don't even get me started on the costumes, a young teacher wearing clothes fit for an elderly woman does not lead us as the audience to believe she is,in fact, an elderly woman... All of this displayed not even 15 minutes into what may just be the most horrific representation of the high school experience I have ever had the displeasure of bearing witnesses too. I would only recommend you watch this movie if you enjoy cringing and snickering at the notion that some 12 year old, somewhere is lapping this movie up believing that this movie is an accurate representation of teenage and high school experience.

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Release Date:

5 December 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Text Me When It's Over See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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