A high school valedictorian who gets baked with the local stoner finds himself the subject of a drug test. The situation causes him to concoct an ambitious plan to get his entire graduating class to face the same fate, and fail.
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A random drug test coincides with a high school valedictorian's first hit of pot. With his college scholarship at stake, he enlists the school's biggest stoner to help nullify the results of the screening - by getting the entire student body high.Written by
John Stalberg, Jr.
The film's two stars, Matt Bush and Sean Marquette, are both cast members on The Goldbergs. See more »
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To be or not to be, Shakespeare's great question to his character Hamlet. His great challenge to his audience in sixteen hundred, and today, over four hundred years later... Hamlet huh? What a fucking pussy. I mean I didn't even read it, I just netflixed the DVD with that Mad Max douchebag in it, but, his uncle aced his father, popped an eighteen seven in that motherfucker and he's talking to ghosts and shit all like "Daddy, daddy, what am I going to do? What am I going to do?" I mean bitch, ...
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Be sure to stay after the credits for the bonus scene! Way better than I thought it would be, they really botched the trailers for this one. Hanks give a great performance. Being close friends with someone who works in public education I can say that the characters in this film do exist out there in real life. Unlike many other films in this genre there is not gratuitous amounts of time spent showing people actually consuming the herb, the screen time is instead spent on plot and some really funny jokes. The characters have some depth which helps pull you in to the story. Not nearly as many stereotypes as I was expecting. Our theater had both young and old alike in attendance and everyone was laughing at all the right spots. Slam or beer or something before you go to get in the mood, hehehehe "Whut?"
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