The acting was mediocre. Most of the time, it felt forced. I felt like the film was pushed too hard to BE like The Breakfast Club instead of using it as an inspiration.
A group of high schoolers break into their school in order to film a movie -- why such a random group of teenagers would voluntarily meet there is still beyond me. There wasn't much depth to the issues the trailer promotes: relationships, stereotypes, drug addictions, and sexual identities. The film did touch upon those subjects but it wasn't heartfelt enough for me. I give it 1 out of 5 stars.
But if you want to check it out for yourself, the film will be released straight to DVD in October.
*I was not paid for this review, but I was sent the screener in order to view the film.
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