There is a certain charm in this film you like the characters you are supposed to like, laugh when you are supposed to laugh, and think the idiots are idiots. I would give it 3 and 1/2 but I will round up. It is a good film to watch on a slow evening with nothing better to do. The sad thing is this film could have been great, because it raised many of the issues facing teenagers today. Things like acceptance, labelling, e-safety sexting among them. However none of these are followed up things just happen. The film is predictable and nobody will be surprised with anything that happen in this film but it is watchable and likeable, if a bit slow. I don't know his name but moose from Step Up 2 - the Streets [DVD] and Step Up 3 [DVD], does a good job play the geeky (slightly pervy), outcast but is under used. They do let him play to his strengths and give him a 5 second dance routine.