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High School

Rating:R (for pervasive drugs and language, crude and sexual content, some nudity - all involving teens)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:June 1, 2012
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Adrien Brody, Sean Marquette, Matt Bush, Colin Hanks, Michael Chiklis
Director:John Stalberg, Jr
Writer:Erik Linthorst, John Stalberg, Jr
Distributor:Anchor Bay Entertainment

Description: Roll up for an anarchic, hilarious comedy with echoes of John Hughes and Judd Apatow. Just as he's about to be named valedictorian of his school, high-flier Henry reconnects with his dropout pal Travis, and has his first experience of stonerdom... which is exactly when the school principal decides to drug test the entire student body. With Henry's academic destiny hanging in the balance, there's only one way to level the playing field. Everybody must get stoned.

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