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on 12 April 2015
Darren (Lou Taylor Pucci) is away at college. His roommate Coleman (John Hensley) is a heavy partier who deals drugs. Through a series of mishaps Darren is going to be expelled unless he can come up with tuition money. He agrees to sell 50 pills for Coleman while Coleman is away for the weekend attempting to make up with his girlfriend who for some reason can't get over the fact he slept with her sister the weekend they broke up.

Darren has the hots for Gracie (Kristen Bell) who doesn't like drug dealers.

The problem with this indie is that it tries to hard to feel like an indie by making every situation quirky. This sometimes works out well if the ideas are fresh and it is executed well. If you have seen a lot of indie and teen movies, you may find yourself yawning during the good parts while the kids are laughing. There is the parents talk about their sex life routine, son gets caught by mom choking his chicken, etc. It was let's be cute and clever by copying someone else's work. It didn't work for me.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity.
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on 4 May 2013
Darren (Lou Taylor Pucci) is away at college. His roommate Coleman (John Hensley) is a heavy partier who deals drugs. Through a series of mishaps Darren is going to be expelled unless he can come up with tuition money. He agrees to sell 50 pills for Coleman while Coleman is away for the weekend attempting to make up with his girlfriend who for some reason can't get over the fact he slept with her sister the weekend they broke up.

Darren has the hots for Gracie (Kristen Bell) who doesn't like drug dealers.

The problem with this indie is that it tries to hard to feel like an indie by making every situation quirky. This sometimes works out well if the ideas are fresh and it is executed well. If you have seen a lot of indie and teen movies, you may find yourself yawning during the good parts while the kids are laughing. There is the parents talk about their sex life routine, son gets caught by mom choking his chicken, etc. It was let's be cute and clever by copying someone else's work. It didn't work for me.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity.
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