Brett Blackmore is a high school senior whose exemplary GPA and college resume hides the fact that he's unintentionally sold his childhood for a future he's not even sure he wants. When his high-school senior prank goes wrong, his life crumbles before his eyes. In frustration he launches the F**k-It List - of all the things he wishes he'd done but was too afraid. The list goes viral and touches a nerve with teenagers everywhere, exposing the educational-industrial complex as a money-machine designed to encourage anxiety-ridden parents to sell their kids into years of Tiger-Mom style servitude. Brett decides he's going to break free - and make a run for a future of his own design.
The romantic interest of the protagonist appears to break the same car window twice in the car vandalizing scene. See more »
I made an IMDB account just to rate this movie.
This movie is so terrible that I made an IMDB account for the sole purpose of rating it one star. There are no lessons to be learned from this movie, besides the lesson that movies like this shouldn't be funded, created, celebrated, or shared. If you are above the age of 14, this movie is a waste of your time and a disgrace to our society. If you are between the ages of 10-14, this movie will turn your brain into a can of worms.
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